Andy Gill

Andy Gill is The Independent's Music Critic.

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Audience members fainted during ‘Titus Andronicus’ at The Globe in 2014 (Simon Kane)

Titus Andronicus, The Most Lamentable Tragedy - album review

Download: More Perfect Union; Stranded (On My Own)

The Doobie Brothers, Listen To The Music

The Doobie Brothers, The Warner Bros Years 1971 - 1983 - album review

Download: Listen to the Music; Long Train Runnin’; Black Water; What a Fool Believes

Tami Neilson, Dynamite! - album review: A short but satisfying record

Download: Walk Back to Your Arms; Texas; Cry Over You; Running to You

Alvin Lucier, Dark Matter - album review

Download: Still And Moving Lines Of Silence In Families Of Hyperbolas; 13 Degrees Of Darkness; Double Himalaya

Dornik, Dornik - album review: Heavily indebted to nu-soul seducers The Weeknd and Miguel

Download: Strong; Stand in Your Line; Drive

Don Letts Presents… Dread Meets Punk Rockers Uptown Vol. 2 - album review

Download: Sinsemilla; Funky Kingston; Chase the Devil; Forces of Vicktry; Lightning Flash (Weak Heart Drop); Satta Massa Gana

The Maccabees in 2015

The Maccabees, Marks To Prove It - album review: Swapping pomp-rock for passion

Download: Marks to Prove It; Kamakura; Ribbon Road; Something Like Happiness; WW1 Portraits

Louth Contemporary Music Society, Song of Songs - album review

Download: Just; Naturale; En La Mar  Hai Una Torre

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