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Lisa Markwell finds a new vegetable nirvana behind an old transport hub.
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One of the most telling moments of this 40th anniversary revisit to The Who’s best-known album Quadrophenia came in one of the least likely locations, amidst the video montage which accompanied martial instrumental “The Rock” on the three circular screens hanging behind the band.
A legal fight between the rock band The Velvet Underground and the Andy Warhol Foundation is over.
Neville Neville is a well-known former cricketer and sports agent
There is much to like and admire about the great minimalist, but he should have looked elsewhere for pop inspiration
Alice Jones' Arts Diary
The obscurely menacing lyrics which are Thom Yorke’s stock in trade are reflected on the deflated gas-holders in this more obscure, east London Oval.
'I'd love to see Mozart on stage playing vintage synths'
David Bowie's surprise and much talked-about comeback track looks set to miss out on a place in the singles chart.
He made his name(s) through constant self-reinvention; this fresh material, however, feels perilously close to a retread
The most immediately striking thing about Radiohead's current show is the impact of their new double-drummer line-up, which transforms much of their repertoire, and not always for the better.
Julian Fellowes wants to write a Downton prequel. Why not march forward to the septic Seventies? John Walsh offers his plot suggestions
Following up on their Diamond Jubilee performance Madness will be taking centre stage at the Olympics closing ceremony.
'Keith Richards is my favourite guitarist. It's amazing he's still walking'