With STONECHILD, the ever-unpredictable Jesca Hoop has created an album that lingers in the mind long after the closing bars
Catfish and the Bottleman performed with an energy that drove their audience into a frenzy, even if it sometimes felt as though they were simply going through the motions
With her infectious debut album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO?, Billie Eilish proves she is an artist deserving of attention
Orchestra North East and violinist Anna-Liisa Bezrodny impress in an all-Russian concert of Tchaikovsky, Glinka and Borodin
With her genre-blurring fourth album, Solange proves yet again she is more than just Beyoncé’s edgier little sister
From introspection to dance anthems, Heard It From A Past Life by Maggie Rogers is a truly singular album
Opera North’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute is a vivid treat both for the eyes and ears
Confetti canons, neon hair and inflatable guitars all made an appearance at Digital’s Psychedelic Funhouse, but was this enough to make it a memorable night?
If the Chiaroscuro Quartet treat Bach with caution, they brought out the emotional depths in works by the Mendelssohn siblings.
Yellow Submarine may be considered as testament to the psychedelic 1960s but 50 years after its release it still has an important message.