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Deezer has a colourful selection of tracks, albums, playlists and podcasts to celebrate Pride.

Soundtracking Pride Month with Deezer

Deezer has a colourful selection of tracks, albums, playlists and podcasts to celebrate Pride.

Women and guitars. Women with guitars. It was all sorts of good.

Dot to Dot 2019: Bristol leg of the festival celebrates women and guitar-led bands

Women and guitars. Women with guitars. It was all sorts of good.

It's time to read more about those destinations you've only ever, erm, read about.

5 travel books to get you inspired for summer

It's time to read more about those destinations you've only ever, erm, read about.

Tasty food is coming to a music festival near you!

Co-op announces its pop-up festival shop roster for 2019

Tasty food is coming to a music festival near you!

The young illustrator talks growing up in Herefordshire and historically-inspired communicative arts.

Meet Rose Wilkinson, the arts graduate creating mesmerising, historic illustrations

The young illustrator talks growing up in Herefordshire and historically-inspired communicative arts.

Coffee, music and a charitable cause. What's not to love?

The Coffee Music Project returns to London for another year

Coffee, music and a charitable cause. What's not to love?

The Inheritance took home four awards while the rarely staged Summer And Smoke triumphed.

Who came out on top at the Olivier Awards 2019?

The Inheritance took home four awards while the rarely staged Summer And Smoke triumphed.

Turn your summer break into a series of jet-setting mini-breaks filled with sun, sea and sensational music.

Festivals worth hopping on a plane for this year

Turn your summer break into a series of jet-setting mini-breaks filled with sun, sea and sensational music.

''Heavy metal don't lie. Politics does.''

Interview: Papooz

''Heavy metal don't lie. Politics does.''

Add a little 'je ne sais quoi' to your tired old playlists.

C'est la vie: The French songs you need to hear right now

Add a little 'je ne sais quoi' to your tired old playlists.

A gritty, diesel-powered feminist anthem.

Hear This: Petrol Girls - The Sound

A gritty, diesel-powered feminist anthem.

The Irish DJ and producer runs down his top 5 tracks to include in your pre-festival playlist.

Rebuke's top 5 dance tracks to include in your pre-festival playlist

The Irish DJ and producer runs down his top 5 tracks to include in your pre-festival playlist.

Prepare yourself for three days of meze boards, traditional monasteries and dancing with stacks of wine glasses.

72 Hours in Cyprus

Prepare yourself for three days of meze boards, traditional monasteries and dancing with stacks of wine glasses.

An intergalactic journey through time and bass.

Album Review: Gentleman's Dub Club - Lost In Space

An intergalactic journey through time and bass.

The burgeoning pop star talks existentialism in the life of the average suit.

New Music Premiere: Malory - Blue Umbrella

The burgeoning pop star talks existentialism in the life of the average suit.

A slick debut from Acid Jazz Records' latest signee.

Hear This: Laville - Thirty One

A slick debut from Acid Jazz Records' latest signee.

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