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Miley may be the current queen of the pop scene, but there are at least four talented young women who could quickly fill her platform shoes, writes Nick Levine
November 21, 2013
She's never had a breakout hit, took five years after her first single to release a debut album and split with the only major label she's ever been affiliated with, Nick Levine writes, but Annie has still achieved her own kind of stardom
August 17, 2013
Raised in the north of England by a Norwegian mother and Pakistani father, Nadine Shah’s first singing gig was at a local theme park when she was 13. Her recently released debut album is dark but intoxicating
July 13, 2013
After a five-year hiatus, the Australian band Empire of the Sun have released their second album, which is brimming with catchy and cosmic tunes that reaffirm their vision to be just a little bit strange, writes Nick Levine
June 1, 2013
Since the end of Abba in 1982, Agnetha Fältskog's mystique has only been increased by her avoidance of public life - but now she's back with a new album, her first new material in 25 years.
May 9, 2013
The latest album from the publicity-shy electro-pop duo The Knife contains some thrillingly unconventional songs, but some of the tracks are so unusual that they don¿t even sound like music, writes Nick Levine
April 13, 2013
Singer Sky Ferreira got her first big break recently with the online success of her single Everything is Embarrassing, but the 20-year-old American remains a work in progress, writes Nick Levine.
April 6, 2013
With a comeback single out and an album in the works, Justin Timberlake has returned to music after a long hiatus in Hollywood, writes Nick Levine. But does he have what it takes to become the next King of Pop?
January 26, 2013
Decades after the original release of Broken English, Marianne Faithfull's freshly remastered classic still sounds inventive, writes Nick Levine.
January 10, 2013
A seven-day, worldwide junket hosted by Rihanna for fans, journalists and music executives on a Boeing 777 was long on swag, including a diamond bracelet, but short on access.
December 8, 2012
Once a chart-topping rocker, Robbie Williams returns after a three-year hiatus with his flawed but occasionally sparkling new solo album, writes Nick Levine.
November 3, 2012
Natasha Khan, who is also known as Bat for Lashes, returns with her third album after an extended absence. It was worth the wait, writes Nick Levine.
October 12, 2012
The English singer says her latest work didn't start out as a break-up album, writes Nick Levine, but a split from her partner resulted in a mix of lugubrious, as well as joyful songs.
October 6, 2012
A newcomer to songwriting, Jessie Ware found it difficult to find her voice before deciding to embellish her stories with some romantic roleplay.
August 4, 2012
The theatrical New York rapper Azealia Banks is sassy, clever, verbally dexterous and predictably irreverent on her first EP.
June 23, 2012
Inside an Emirati wake: empathetic mourning
Cricket World Cup 2019 kits ranked from worst to best
As a former 'third culture kid', I have an insatiable sense of wanderlust
Nasa's mission to the moon will ensure women's place in space
Book review: 'Machines Like Me' by Ian McEwan