Music

The singer discusses sex, dancing and Elvis on his new album, Set My Heart on Fire Immediately

By Amy Sherlock

After Hours is filled with a familiar, sometimes crushing, sense of yearning for something more

By Aria Dean

In 2019, the cityscape around the club has shifted dramatically; the Berlin epithet ‘poor but sexy’ a fading memory

By Liam Cagney

The 2013 album is a compelling record of our collective fracturing 

By Andrew Durbin

Pharoah demonstrates a way to be in the world as a Black artist, expressing a sense of pride that does not violate privacy

By Harmony Holiday

Few other labels could claim to have cultivated such a coherent philosophy over the years: one which unites the pleasure of partying with its darker side

By Jamie Mackay

Informed by the legacies of funk and jazz, the artist’s many collaborations are given space to shine

By Ian Bourland

The singer committed her life to defying a classical music industry that was not only deeply critical of women’s bodies, but also sceptical of black talent

By Kira Thurman

The group, who will perform at London’s City Lit this week, push experimental composition to its limit

By Emily Bick

The ‘lost’ record captures the saxophonist at a time when he was thinking that albums could aspire to be something grander than a string of loosely woven tunes

By Philip Clark
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The collective’s 1998 record – creating tension that builds like a fever – remains a shadowy noir, and a harbinger of human tragedy

By Ian Bourland