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Dinesh Mattu

Dinesh Mattu

Live: J. Cole

Although the stage is bigger and the lights are brighter, the integrity, honesty and energy are exactly the same

Live: RBMA presents Tropical (ft. JME, Skepta, Preditah, C4, Todd Edwards, Logan Sama)

RBMA’s Tropical came across as a little confused – designed as a club night with the main attraction being a live grime set

Live: Kwabs

Kwabs’s support slot is rather too mysterious for impatient fans

Live: Sam Smith

The Grammy winning star’s show mixes his own hits with pop classics, with spine-tingling results

Live: Clean Bandit

The ‘Rather Be’ hitmakers’ live set shows they have talent in abundance

Live: Years & Years

Years & Years certainly have a long way to go before reaching superstardom

Album: Mark Ronson – Uptown Special

Ronson’s foray into funk is sadly overshadowed by its lead single

Album: Charlie Sloth – Hood Heat, Vol. 1

Charlie Sloth’s first mixtape shows UK Hip Hop doesn’t need to be in the shadow of its American counterpart

Live: Linkin Park

Even though I’m not a rebellious and anger-filled teen any more, witnessing the band live reignited a spark in me

Album: Foo Fighters – Sonic Highways

Album number eight from the alt-rock giants sees them doing what they do best – making kick-ass rock ‘n’ roll

Live: James Blake

James Blake’s live set gives a whole other dimension to his sound

Live: Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran is even better live than on record

Live: Ella Eyre

Ella Eyre brings the energy to the Ritz

Album: Jungle – Jungle

Dinesh Mattu reviews the self-titled album by mysterious experimental disco duo Jungle