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Joyous and sexy: Nathy Peluso, at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, reviewed

24 September 2022

9:00 AM

24 September 2022

9:00 AM

A.A. Williams

Queen Elizabeth Hall, and touring until 18 November

Nathy Peluso

O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

Few forms of music have colonised the world like metal and hip-hop. Wherever you go you will find these two alchemising with local genres. A few years back, I took a trip to Kathmandu to visit a Nepali festival, where I saw bands from all over south Asia blasting through the beats, and in the streets outside the cabs threaded past with hip-hop blaring out of open windows.

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