Album reviews; Sleater-Kinney, Garbage and Marina
A US indie rock outfit, an American/Scottish rock band and a Welsh singer/songwriter are all reviewed this week
Path of Wellness (Mom + Pop)
Since the mid-90s, Sleater-Kinney have been a crucial part of not just the US indie rock music scene, but also of advancing the cause of feminism. Following the departure in 2019 of long-time drummer Janet Weiss, the band’s co-founders Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein continue to create music that’s vital. Path of Wellness (a deliberately apt post-Trump title) tackles hot-button topics such as a toxic...
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Album reviews: David Crosby, Leon Bridges and Anne-Marie
A US songwriter, a master of rythmn and blues and a chart-topping pop star are reviewed this week
Classical Notes: Why are world-class musicians being paid a pittance?
After a six-month inquiry in Britain, a House of Commons committee has called for a 50/50 split between artists and record labels, and fairer streaming conditions. But will the report be acted upon?
Loah interview: ‘The 1920s was similarly explosive to what we’re living through now’
The Irish-Sierra Leonean singer-songwriter Loah has created a collection of songs using poetry from Yeats, Eva Gore-Booth and other Irish poets of the 1920s