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Kasabian at Glastonbury 2014 review

Kasabian get arguably the most vociferous reaction of any of this years Pyramid stage headliners, people bellowing along and letting off flares See all our Glastonbury 2014 coverage here Where and when: Pyramid stage, 9.45pm, Sunday Dress code:

Wanted on Voyage review George Ezra proves he's more than just another soppy strummer

Do we really need another guitar-toting troubadour, one whose singing voice says "Mississippi Delta sharecropper" while his phenotype says "Boden catalogue"? We already have Paolo Nutini.

5 Seconds of Summer review Australians offer winning enthusiasm on self-titled debut

Australian four-piece 5 Seconds of Summer sit squarely at the intersection of radio-friendly but mildly rebellious punk-lite and clean-cut boy band fare.

Voices review Phantogram's giddy blend of electro and aching vocals

Self-styled "street beat" exponents, Phantogram are Brooklyn's Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter, whose debut album, Eyelid Movies, was compared to Portishead and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

John MOuse : The Death of John Mouse

The fourth studio album from the Welsh singer has plenty of variation to delight fans and newcomers alike. Album opener and new single ‘I Was a Goalkeeper’ is certainly a perfect choice for a World Cup song and has plenty of energy and catchy lyri

Austin Mahone: The Secret review potential Bieber-usurper goes all in for the teen crowd

(Cash Money/Island) Tween pop fans, meet your new crush. Singer-songwriter Austin Mahone goes straight for the hormonal heartstrings on these tooth-achingly sweet power-pop and EDM-tinged songs: this is 'N Sync and the Backstreet Boys reupped for girls wh

Jennifer Lopez: AKA album review - "Boring doesn't suit her"

When it came to naming her eighth studio album, Jennifer Lopez pondered over multiple titles.

Lana Del Rey: Ultraviolence album review - Sounds better than giving up

Yesterday, it was revealed that not only did Lana Del Rey not much like the popstar life, she didn't really much like life, full stop, at the moment.

Gabby Young & Other Animals – One Foot In front of the Other

Gabby Young and Other Animals release their third album in four years, One Foot in Front of the Other.

Salvation - Wakey!Wakey!

Grubbs’ mother was a piano teacher and choir director. He began playing piano when he was 5. His early influences came from Billy Joel, Elton John, Led Zeppelin and Bach, Beethoven and Brahms “One of my main influences now is the fact that I didn’t