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  1. Andrea Begley: ‘The Message’ album review

    Andrea Begley: ‘The Message’ album review

    The Voice winner's debut album is a joke without a punchline, offering up weird covers that inch toward parody

    Posted 21st October 2013

  2. Track of the day: ‘Forever in Your Debt’ by The Slow Readers Club

    Track of the day: ‘Forever in Your Debt’ by The Slow Readers Club

    It moves along at such a determined pace that it feels alive and vital

    Posted 19th October 2013

  3. X Factor series 10, live show one: who sang best?

    X Factor series 10, live show one: who sang best?

    Shelley rode a stairlift to heaven and Sharon fell in love with Dermot's package: we rate tonight's '80s week performances

    Posted 12th October 2013

  4. X Factor series 10 live shows: who will be the first act to leave?

    X Factor series 10 live shows: who will be the first act to leave?

    Will the 1980s-theme make or break the contestants? Can Louis Walsh deliver another Twitter-exploding moment like Carolynne-gate?

    Posted 12th October 2013

  5. Miley Cyrus: ‘Bangerz’ album review

    Miley Cyrus: ‘Bangerz’ album review

    Miley's reinvention album is a handful of great pop bangers surrounded by misfiring duds

    Posted 12th October 2013

  6. VV Brown tempts with ‘The Apple’ on Later with Jools Holland

    VV Brown tempts with ‘The Apple’ on Later with Jools Holland

    This is an unmissable performance and it shows that she's a star on the verge of great things

    Posted 9th October 2013

  7. Mumford And Sons

    Track of the day: Miley Cyrus, Mumford & Sons in ‘Little Wrecking Ball’ mash-up

    YouTuber Isosine blended Little Lion Man and Wrecking Ball in this brilliantly weird track

    Posted 8th October 2013

  8. ‘X Factor’ contestant Christopher Maloney’s debut single and music video are a horror show

    ‘X Factor’ contestant Christopher Maloney’s debut single and music video are a horror show

    The divisive contestant was treated unfairly on the show last year, but his debut effort about as bad as middle-of-the-road pop gets

    Posted 3rd October 2013

  9. Track of the day: ‘Dance, Bitch’ by Tom Neville, Zen Freeman and Jesse Pinkman

    Track of the day: ‘Dance, Bitch’ by Tom Neville, Zen Freeman and Jesse Pinkman

    Further proof that any bad day can be improved with a 'bitch' from Aaron Paul

    Posted 3rd October 2013

  10. John Newman

    New music: William Carl JR remixes John Newman’s ‘Cheating’

    John's retro style is replaced with futuristic synths in this stylish remix

    Posted 30th September 2013

  11. Frank Hamilton

    Track of the day: ‘Summer’ by Frank Hamilton

    His latest single is just about the perfect antidote to the rain-soaked misery of September

    Posted 30th September 2013

  12. Nadine Shah live review: The Louisiana, Bristol

    Though her songs are a testament to tragedy, Nadine brings an incomparable warmth to her live performance

    Posted 28th September 2013

  13. Jessie J: ‘Alive’ album review

    Jessie J: ‘Alive’ album review

    It develops Jessie's sound into more mature territory, but over-reliance on a previous formula makes the record feel too familiar

    Posted 26th September 2013

  14. iHeart Radio Festival 2013: Adam Lambert and fun. rock out with Queen

    iHeart Radio Festival 2013: Adam Lambert and fun. rock out with Queen

    The 30-minute performance featured some of Queen's biggest hits and one surprise entry with Dragon Attack

    Posted 22nd September 2013

  15. Track of the day: Mega Emotion’s ‘BRAINS’ channels Dan O’Bannon’s Living Dead

    Track of the day: Mega Emotion’s ‘BRAINS’ channels Dan O’Bannon’s Living Dead

    Straight-up indie anthem that oozes lo-fi charm and a kind of ball-kicking confidence that demands attention

    Posted 17th September 2013