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Issue No. 2470

No Colour Bar: Black British Art in Action 1960-1990. 

This free exhibition is inspired by Jessica and Eric Huntley’s Bogle-L’Ouverture Press, the publishing house and bookshop they set up in 1968. Here the radical west London bookshop is recreated to show the period’s political history and the battle against racism in Britain. 

Guildhall Art Gallery, London EC2V 5AE. 
Until 24 January 2016   


Indie band Autobahn first surfaced from Leeds in 2011 with their melancholic EPs Force Fed and Lost.

Many of their new album’s tracks, such as A Beautiful Place to Die, are similar.  

Yet Autobahn’s music doesn’t fall into the nihilistic gloom of some pop punk bands. 

Tracks such as Immaterial Man and Society also provide some lighter relief.

Cargo Records 
Out now 

Beauty Behind The Madness

Beauty behind the Madness is a powerful new album by Canadian R’n’B artist Abel Tesfaye.

His work innovatively builds on R’n’B music by drawing on both rock and funk influences. 

The Weeknd
Out now

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Tue 8 Sep 2015, 17:50 BST
Issue No. 2470
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