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Kylie Minogue at Berghain: A mix of the old, the new and the unexpected

Berghain, Berlin 20 March

Why Sade’s silent legacy is more relevant than ever

A study into how the British-Nigerian soul singer propelled herself into stardom by turning away from fame

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Flohio: Who’s This Girl?

The rising UK rapper has everyone shook

Yo La Tengo – There’s a Riot Going On

The bedroom indie band’s latest LP sees them deliver a millennial response to the cruel follies of our parents’ generation

Bishop Nehru – Elevators: Act I & II

The New York rapper has described his latest album as an “attempt at a hip-hop Pet Sounds” – but it’s much better than that sounds

Retrospective: Everybody Else is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?

As Everybody Else is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? turns 15, Anna Cafolla connects the definitive debut to her teenage years spent on the north east coast of Ireland

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SOPHIE: Dystopian rave converges with electronic ballads at London’s Heaven

Heaven, London 13 March
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Zaltan: The Digger’s Digger

On a Friday evening in Hackney, the Antinote label boss talks digging, Paris’ club culture renaissance and how partying should be, well, fun

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The Breeders: Together Again

The Breeders were integral to the 90s alternative scene, but then they stalled. Now, fresh from their first album release in a decade, they talk drugs, reunion tours and the slow decline of the music industry