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A phenomenally exciting new band: The Last Dinner Party, at Camden Assembly, reviewed

6 May 2023

9:00 AM

6 May 2023

9:00 AM

The Last Dinner Party

Camden Assembly, and touring until 24 August

Duran Duran

The O2, and touring until 9 May

A user’s guide to how pop music works in the 21st century. Step one: you see a great new band. Step two: you tweet about them being very good. Step three: you get told by people that they are clearly nepo babies, denying crucial exposure to other bands. Step four: you discover that newspaper articles are using these Twitter conversations as evidence of a backlash about said new band.

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