thu 20/06/2019

Ellie Porter

Articles By Ellie Porter

Lenny Kravitz, O2 review - gloriously joyful rock 'n' roll

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Bon Iver, All Points East festival review – powerful, poignant and a little bit weird

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Nouvelle Vague, Islington Assembly Hall review - the dreamy bossa nova collective return

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Patti Smith, Roundhouse review – the priestess of punk has lost none of her power

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CD: Backstreet Boys - DNA

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Albums of the Year 2018: Ashley McBryde - Girl Going Nowhere

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Brent Cowles, Thousand Island review – cornering the market in heartbreak and harmony

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Caro Emerald, Royal Albert Hall – an injection of sunshine for the weary soul

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CD: Tom Morello – The Atlas Underground

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David Crosby & Friends, Shepherd’s Bush Empire, review - still spine-tingling at 77

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CD: Neil & Liam Finn – Lightsleeper

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CD: Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway – Dictator

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CD: Cowboy Junkies – All That Reckoning

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Mavis Staples, Union Chapel review - grand gospel dame still doin' it at 79

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CD: Nine Inch Nails – Bad Witch

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CD: LUMP – LUMP

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