Andy Gill

Andy Gill is The Independent's Music Critic.

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It is thought any appearance by Morrissey in the rural radio soap opera would include his outspoken views on the livestock industry

Morrissey, World Peace Is None of Your Business, album review: 'Brutal, surprising, exploratory'

“The older generation have tried, sighed and died, which pushes me to their place in the queue,” notes Morrissey with customary wry mordancy in “Oboe Concerto”, the concluding track of World Peace Is None of Your Business.

Elvis Presley at one of his final concerts in 1977

Elvis Has Left The Building by Dylan Jones; book of the week

WHEN ASKED, SHORTLY after the death of his only client Elvis Presley, what he would do now, "Colonel" Tom Parker was brutally sanguine. "Why, I'll go right on managing him," he replied, doubtless secure in the knowledge that he would be earning more in the future than he had during the star's declining years. As showbiz cynics were quick to acknowledge, Presley's death was a great career move, revitalising a brand that has continued to generate more income since his death than prior to it.

Michael Jackson on the cover for his forthcoming posthumous album, XSCAPE
Damon Albarn performs at Coachella 2013. The former Blur frontman will release his debut solo album in April

Damon Albarn, Everyday Robots - album review

Albarn's new release is his most personal and revealing album to date

Motherhood and time away from the industry haven’t blunted Lily Allen’s lyrical instincts

Album reviews: Damon Albarn, Eels, Iggy Azalea, Miles Davis, Burt Bacharach, Eliza Gilkyson

Damon Albarn Everyday Robots (Parlophone)

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