Imagine 90,000 raucous seven-year-old fans, except they're adults now and can drink wine and stay up late.
The Swedish pop star's Alexandra Palace shows were near-perfect, the peak of what pop can do outside of an arena.
The Toronto musician played his first sold-out London show this week, showing how outsider status can lead to beautiful art.
Their discography is daunting, they’re for nerds, they’re for you when you’re in your late twenties, and probably will be for years in the future.
He blends both parts of his legacy – from his younger days as Ghetto, to last year's 'Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament' album – with total ease.
Florence and the Machine's euphoric London O2 Arena show converted the energy of 12,000 people into one cathartic (and phone-less) release.
I recently moved to Paris, from Dublin, and already my social circle is closing in on itself. Time to fix that, by talking to strangers at a festival.