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Live review: Franz Ferdinand

Franz Ferdinand show no signs of slowing down in a career-spanning, electrifying live show says contributor, Jay Plent

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Live Review: Jhené Aiko

Both peaceful and turbulent — a testament to her personality that she was so easily able to display her full-self in ways many artists struggle to do on stage says, Kavindra Huggins

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Live Review: Mogwai at Albert Hall

Jay Plent recounts this fiery performance from post-rock giants Mogwai

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Live review: The Charlatans

The Charlatans come back to Madchester, entering their second golden age

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Live Review: No Hot Ashes

Stockport saviours take on their biggest show to date at the Manchester Club Academy, Jake Oliver reports

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Live review: Robert Plant

Having seen Plant strolling down Oxford road just hours before his set, I hoped this performance would be as equally stunning and disbelieving

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Live: We Were Promised Jetpacks

Callum Lunn thinks We Were Promised Jetpacks deserved a better audience

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Live review: Run The Jewels and Danny Brown

Victoria Warehouse is invaded by Run the Jewels and Danny Brown in a bouncy, fun night

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Live: And So I Watch You From Afar

Callum Lunn gets carried away by And So I Watch You From Afar

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Live Review: J Hus

Too much style and sadly not enough substance

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Live Review: Blondie

Joe Hissey reviews the magical comeback of shimmering 70’s punk

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Live Review: Cap’n Jazz

It may have taken them 28 years but Cap’n Jazz’s first ever show in Europe and 1 of 2 only ever European shows was worth the wait