Michael Hann

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

Plus: the cumulative power of A.A. Williams's windswept metal at the Queen Elizabeth Hall was both awesome and beautiful

Nathy Peluso was a force of nature, at one point managing a burst of one-armed press-ups. Credit: Cindel Oranday @cindeloh

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