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Album: David Bowie – No Plan EP

William Bain deliver’s The Mancunion’s verdict on the deceased icon’s final recordings: a fond farewell to an exceptional career

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Album: Peter Doherty – Hamburg Demonstrations

Peter Doherty returns with a second solo album. Once again, it’s just alright

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Album: Leonard Cohen — You Want It Darker

Cassie Hyde delivers the Mancunion’s verdict on the late Leonard Cohen’s final work, a rich and sorrowful farewell

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Live: Peaches

The transgressive art-pop legend brought her critically acclaimed show to Manchester, whipping audiences into a frenzy — Jack Ashworth bares all

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Album: American Football – LP2

American Football’s long-awaited LP2 fails to differentiate itself from its acclaimed predecessor, Harry Sherrin writes

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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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Album: Two Door Cinema Club – Gameshow

Hana Kelly bids a sad farewell to Two Door Cinema Club’s former glory on their third LP

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Album: Kings of Leon – ‘WALLS’

The one-time ‘biggest band in the world’ have little to lose or prove with their seventh output: Will the Nashville boys regain their title?

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Album: Slaves – Take Control

The punk two-piece deliver a sophomore album which, though impassioned, lacks imagination and fails to impress

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Opinion: Music is genuinely exciting again

A series of high-profile, transgressive album releases have shown that 2016 is the year where mainstream music has got its mojo back, writes Frank Hillman

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Album: Warpaint – Heads Up

Warpaint could have easily rested on the laurels of their successful 2014 self-titled album, but have progressed nonetheless with a little bit of inspiration from their R&B idols

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Album: Solange – A Seat at the Table

Her sister may have beaten her to the finish line, but Solange Knowles’ effort is more cohesive and understated