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David Byrne: never stopped making sense. Photograph: Andrew Benge/Getty Images

David Byrne ★★★★★ 3Arena, Dublin We’re in the age of the rock star farewell tour, as the fading idols get the last of the lucrative tour bucks in bef(...)

Hayley Kiyoko

Superorganism: Superorganism Released in March, this debut album from the London-based multi-national eight-piece is much more than the sum(...)

Taylor Swift’s intentions may be honourable but tangled up within this complicated web of victimhood and tired gossip is her own form of girl power.

Of all the modern pop conundrums – What is a Post Malone? Is Rita Ora the Bear Grylls survivalist of music? – the one that is the true puzzler of our (...)

Donald Glover: he uses his platform as Childish Gambino to amplify the voices of the marginalised
Donald Glover: Our New VBF

For those of us who have kept up to date with Donald Glover’s career – the nice Donald, as I assume his friends call him – the past few weeks have bro(...)

According to the US Declaration of Independence, the people of America are entitled to the inalienable rights of “Life, liberty and the pursuit of hap(...)

What: An ambient electronic collaborative album. Where: Berlin. Why: Separately, Stimming and Lambert have cultivated their own audiences in the narro(...)

The favourite to win best foreign language picture at this weekend’s Oscars has already earned the right to brandish the dreaded i-word (the one that (...)

Jon Hamm as a computer simulation of a woman’s dead husband in Michael Almereyda’s indie film   Marjorie Prime. Photograph: Jason Robinette.

In the opening scene of Marjorie Prime, we first meet Marjorie, an 85-year-old struggling with memory loss, as she listens to Walter Prime, a computer(...)

Big Boi: “This music is actually far ahead of its time, because we do so much wild s**t”

“Those are nice socks. Do you like colourful socks?” This is the first thing Big Boi says when we meet, eyeing up my (admittedly gorgeous) footwear. (...)

Going on the span and depth on show here, Jidenna has yet to come across a genre he doesn’t like the look of. The Chief is a barnstorming affair, a re(...)

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