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Singles & Downloads 10 | reviews, news & interviews

Singles & Downloads 10

Singles & Downloads 10

All pop life is here, from hip hop and ranty punk to indie backwaters

Kanye West: preposterous and over the top, but also rather brilliant

This month's Singles & Downloads leads off with a new one from an absolute kingpin of US pop and hip hop. However, the focus is equally on the backwaters and curious places where other lively varieties of music dwell. From dancehall raucousness to erudite indie, from ranty punk to funk reinterpretations of American minimalist composition, all pop life is here and keenly assessed by Thomas H Green and Joe Muggs.

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