Review of Madness – Remains Wacky After Years

“We haven’t played live in two years,” Suggs says, reflecting on how the epidemic ruined this British pop institution. “At the bus stop, I’ve found myself singing to old grannies.” Still, the band and the crowd are back in their seats in a matter of seconds for the Madness December tour’s usual seasonal favorite. Fezzes […]

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The New British Jazz Messengers

Nubya Garcia has had a fantastic year, with a performance at the Proms, a Mercury Prize nomination, and critical praise for her first album, Source. More significantly, the saxophonist is one of a number of young Black British jazz performers who are introducing new audiences to the genre and acting as role models for future […]

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