Andy Gill

Andy Gill is The Independent's Music Critic.

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The Weeknd, Beauty Behind the Madness - album review

Download: Tell Your Friends; The Hills;  Can’t Feel My Face

Richard Hawley is among the acts playing at Festival No. 6

Richard Hawley, Hollow Meadows - album review: Heartfelt reflections that shine a light on a son of Sheffield’s soul

Download: I Still Want You; Long Time Down; Sometimes I Feel

Kwabs performs during the Melt! Festival in Graefenhainichen, Germany, July 2015

Kwabs, Love + War - Album review: Slow and steady has proved the right way to go

Download: Love + War;  Walk; Perfect Ruin; Wrong  or Right; Cheating on Me

Joyce DiDonato, Antonio Pappano Joyce & Tony, Live At Wigmore Hall - Album review

Download: Arianna a Naxos; La Danza; My Funny Valentine; Over the Rainbow 

The Jerusalem Quartet, Beethoven: String Quartets Op. 18 - album review

Download: String Quartet No. 3; String Quartet No. 1; String Quartet No. 6; String Quartet No. 5

Buffy Sainte-Marie, Many A Mile - Album review

Download: Fixin’ to Die; Until It’s Time For You to Go; Lazarus; Come All Ye Fair and  Tender Ladies

Hills, Frid - Album review

Download: Kollektiv; National Drone; Anukthal Is Here; Death Will Find a Way

Anderson .Paak, Venice - Album review

Download: Milk And Honey; Miss Right; Drugs; Off the Ground

Deradoorian, The Expanding Flower Planet - Album review

Download: A Beautiful Woman; Expanding Flower Planet; Violet Minded; Your Creator

Yo La Tengo, Stuff Like That There - Album review

Download: I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry; Before We Stopped To Think; Awhileaway; I Can Feel The Ice Melting

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