Jenny Lewis

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Neneh Cherry is at All Together Now, along with The National, Patti Smith, Fontaines DC, John Grant, Pussy Riot, Olafur Arnalds, Anna Calvi, Jon Hopkins, Loyle Carner, Soak and Lisa Hannigan

Saturday July 27 DAITHÍ Róisín Dubh, Galway Racing over from his support slot at Orbital’s Galway International Arts Festival gig in the Heineken B(...)

Steve Lacy, who contributes to new Vampire Weekend album  Father of the Bride, and Ezra Koenig

Six years is ample time for a band to call quits, complete a farewell tour, try their solo ventures, realise they’re not John Lennon and announce a co(...)

Prolonged bouts of insomnia can do things to a person, as can the break-up of a long-term relationship and the death of a parent. Just ask Jenny Lewis(...)

Ryan Adams: the singer-songwriter denies this week’s allegations. Photograph: Elizabeth Weinberg/New York Times

Ryan Adams, the American singer-songwriter who has been accused of abusive behaviour with an underage girl, is no stranger to controversy. Lizzy Good(...)

Bryce and Aaron Dessner performs at The Everyman in Cork, Ireland, 2017. Photograph: Kieran Frost/Redferns

Aaron and Bryce Dessner could certainly be said to be living the dream. As twin brothers and band members of the popular Cincinnati rock band The Nati(...)

St Vincent: “I think that art is a weapon against fascism . . . anything that values humanity and speaks to it and respects the listener is anti-oppressive”

“I feel like, this is my truth, I’m not just f**king up, I’ll do anything for Ireland. Give me the Irish any day,” purrs Annie Clark in flamboyant Hol(...)

Abrupt changes in personal circumstances – be they in work, relationships, home, friends, geography, even worldview – can bring about temporary panic(...)

Sister act: Meegan, Allison and Natalie Closner, aka Joseph. Photograph: Ebru Yildiz

There’s no need to ask Natalie Closner about where she met the other members of Joseph. This trio of sisters with bewitching voices and infectious fo(...)

Their band moniker is derived from their names, but it also suits the music that Olivia Hally and Pepita Emmerichs make down to a T. The Melbourne (...)

Heartbreak and heartache are music’s common currency. They’re emotions attached to records which arrive in a funk of blue and bring the listener ta(...)

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