An evening of unique insight and equal humour at the O2, as Father John Misty brings his trademark wisdom to Manchester
On his disappointing third album, Father John Misty comes across as a parody of himself, offering trite social commentary and uninspired music, writes Joe Casson
In unprecedented times of bad and ugly, it’s important to keep an eye out for the good. Ben Lomax picks out his top 5 songs both good in name and good in nature.
As the curtains close on a rambunctious year of music, our writers cast their votes on the 10 greatest songs of the past 12 months
The best albums of the year, as voted by those who’ve written for us all semester. Complete with loving praise and custom illustrations
I Love You, Honeybear is a non-chronological discovery of love, strewn with copious amounts of sex and scathing satire