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Tara Bharadia

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Chuck Berry: Rock and Roll pioneer

In his memory, Tara Bharadia looks over the career and impact of the groundbreaking songwriter

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Review: FUTURE vs HNDRXX – Future Hendrix

Tara Baharadia pits Future Hendrix’s two eponymous albums against each other

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Tracks of the Week: 6th March

You’re not the only one longing for summer in the midst of this winter-spring slump, let Tara Bharadia’s picks from the past week help

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Review: The Eyes of My Mother

A story told in three parts, The Eyes of My Mother is a triumphant attempt at modern horror, from first time director Nicolas Pesce

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Album: Sampha — Process

Process is an emotionally bare and richly compelling debut album, writes Tara Bharadia

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Top 5: Pre-Summer Warm Ups

Tara Bharadia is already anticipating the buzz of summer – and the workout that preceeds it with this weeks Top 5

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Remembering George Michael

Tara Bharadia reflects on the legacy of pop star and gay icon George Michael, who died on Christmas Day

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Live: HONNE

The electro-soul duo have come a long way in a short time, and it’s hard not to watch HONNE perform and not fall in love, writes Tara Bharadia

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Album: Jagwar Ma – Every Now & Then

The Australian dance group have returned with a new member and a strong follow up to their 2013 debut, writes Tara Bharadia

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Live: MØ

An energetic, pitch-perfect performance is the perfect gift from the Danish singer to her enthralled audience, writes Tara Bharadia

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Top 5: Cosy Canadians

The shock of the cold is enough to make you want to never leave your bed but don’t worry – these tracks will help warm you up better than any coffee based, pumpkin-flavoured drink on offer

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Album: AlunaGeorge – I Remember

AlunaGeorge have returned with a brilliantly produced second album, writes Tara Bharadia