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Natalie Shaw

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Natalie specialises in pop and urban music, often from unusual places. She also writes for the BBC and has written for a variety of publications on travel, finance, celebrity, the environment and law.

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LSO, Rattle, Barbican review - a glimpse into Bruckner’s wor...

For most Bruckner fans, the multiple editions and revisions...

Anuvab Pal, Soho Theatre review - Empire and Bollywood colli...

Anuvab Pal may be a new name to some UK audiences (although many will know him from the global...

Sebastian Faulks: Snow Country review - insects under a ston...

Historical fiction – perhaps all fiction – presents its authors with the problem of how to convey contextual information that is external to the...

Leeds International Piano Competition Finals, Leeds Town Hal...

It’s easy to forget that what you see in a competition final isn’t always the full story, the jury members’ votes in this case based on what had...

theartsdesk on Vinyl 66: Etta James, BABii, George Harrison,...

As the summer folds away on itself, theartsdesk on Vinyl returns. Beset by backlogs at pressing plants and delayed by COVID, it's...

Album: Public Service Broadcasting - Bright Magic

Public Service Broadcasting’s latest addition in their on-going string of concept albums could reasonably be described as an impressionistic...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Help Yourself - Passing Through, The Com...

“Reaffirmation” is the sound of a San Francisco ballroom in 1968. The 12-minute long track opens mysteriously with what might be a Mellotron on...

Podium odes to joy: conductors at the 2021 BBC Proms

They must have been especially overjoyed to be back in front of (or with back to the greater part of) a live audience. But inspiring musicians is...

Rose Plays Julie review - a sombre story of rape, adoption a...

Rose (Ann Skelly; The Nevers) is adopted. The name on her birth certificate is Julie and the possibility of a different identity –...