Kate Hutchinson

Freelance culture journalist, human foghorn and @WorldwideFM host. Shows: wrldwd.fm/KateHutchinson Stories: k8.hutchinson@gmail.com

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Nadine Shah: ‘My personal life was so awful I wanted to escape’
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Nadine Shah: ‘My personal life was so awful I wanted to escape’
September, 8 2018
One to watch: Masego
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One to watch: Masego
September, 8 2018
Pussy Riot: Riot Days review – it’s impossible to look away
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Pussy Riot: Riot Days review – it’s impossible to look away
August, 19 2018
One to watch: Rosalía
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One to watch: Rosalía
August, 11 2018
What the Womad visa fiasco tells us about live music in Brexit Britain
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What the Womad visa fiasco tells us about live music in Brexit Britain
August, 2 2018
Lotic: Power review – gnarly, emotionally powerful electronica
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Lotic: Power review – gnarly, emotionally powerful electronica
July, 15 2018
Techno titan Nina Kraviz: 'People were suspicious of a pretty woman making music'
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Techno titan Nina Kraviz: 'People were suspicious of a pretty woman making music'
July, 12 2018
RP Boo: I’ll Tell You What! review – packs a triple-speed punch
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RP Boo: I’ll Tell You What! review – packs a triple-speed punch
July, 8 2018
Love Supreme festival review – UK jazz turns up the temperature
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Love Supreme festival review – UK jazz turns up the temperature
July, 2 2018
Nine Inch Nails review – ferocious, saw-toothed gothic wonders
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Nine Inch Nails review – ferocious, saw-toothed gothic wonders
June, 25 2018
Deftones review – bat screeches, unfettered aggro and posh moshing
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Deftones review – bat screeches, unfettered aggro and posh moshing
June, 21 2018
One to watch: Leon Vynehall
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One to watch: Leon Vynehall
June, 16 2018
Kamasi Washington, figurehead of the new jazz revival
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Kamasi Washington, figurehead of the new jazz revival
June, 16 2018
'There's this idea that mothers are completely selfless': Diablo Cody on Tully – and the Juno backlash
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'There's this idea that mothers are completely selfless': Diablo Cody on Tully – and the Juno backlash
May, 3 2018
One to watch: Mahalia
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One to watch: Mahalia
April, 21 2018
The British jazz explosion: meet the musicians rewriting the rulebook
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The British jazz explosion: meet the musicians rewriting the rulebook
April, 8 2018
Janka Nabay: musical evangelist who took bubu to the world
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Janka Nabay: musical evangelist who took bubu to the world
April, 3 2018
Diplo: 'Being a white American, you have zero cultural capital'
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Diplo: 'Being a white American, you have zero cultural capital'
March, 22 2018
Stefflon Don review – the rapper swaggering to the top
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Stefflon Don review – the rapper swaggering to the top
March, 11 2018
One to watch: Nakhane
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One to watch: Nakhane
March, 3 2018
Hailu Mergia: Lala Belu review – African accordion star still an original
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Hailu Mergia: Lala Belu review – African accordion star still an original
February, 23 2018
One to watch: Nubya Garcia
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One to watch: Nubya Garcia
February, 10 2018
One to watch: Rejjie Snow
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One to watch: Rejjie Snow
February, 3 2018
The best albums of 2017, No 8: Thundercat – Drunk
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The best albums of 2017, No 8: Thundercat – Drunk
December, 13 2017
SNL’s Kate McKinnon on playing Theresa May: ‘There are lots of things about her I find endearing’
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SNL’s Kate McKinnon on playing Theresa May: ‘There are lots of things about her I find endearing’
December, 8 2017
Kelly Lee Owens: ‘My patients were my career advisers’
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Kelly Lee Owens: ‘My patients were my career advisers’
November, 26 2017
Jamie Bell on 6 Days: 'I was terrified – they were firing guns at me'
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Jamie Bell on 6 Days: 'I was terrified – they were firing guns at me'
November, 3 2017
Moses Sumney: ‘I have an obsession with loneliness, singledom, isolation’
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Moses Sumney: ‘I have an obsession with loneliness, singledom, isolation’
October, 8 2017
One to watch: Kojey Radical
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One to watch: Kojey Radical
August, 20 2017
Holly Blakey: the dance punk who turned Coldplay into disco chimps
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Holly Blakey: the dance punk who turned Coldplay into disco chimps
July, 19 2017
Foo Fighters at Glastonbury 2017 review – rockers cruise to middle of the road
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Foo Fighters at Glastonbury 2017 review – rockers cruise to middle of the road
June, 25 2017
Vince Staples: Big Fish Theory review – dazzling flow makes grim truths glitter
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Vince Staples: Big Fish Theory review – dazzling flow makes grim truths glitter
June, 23 2017
Boy Better Know: ‘We should have been playing big festivals six years ago’
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Boy Better Know: ‘We should have been playing big festivals six years ago’
June, 22 2017
'Start the fans, please!' How The Crystal Maze made a comeback
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'Start the fans, please!' How The Crystal Maze made a comeback
June, 21 2017
Sounds like summer: our writers pick their songs of the season
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Sounds like summer: our writers pick their songs of the season
June, 21 2017
Beth Ditto: Fake Sugar review – sequinned stompers to strut to
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Beth Ditto: Fake Sugar review – sequinned stompers to strut to
June, 15 2017
Kathryn Williams: Songs from the Novel Greatest Hits review – read the book first
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Kathryn Williams: Songs from the Novel Greatest Hits review – read the book first
June, 15 2017
Sufjan Stevens, James McAlister, Bryce Dessner and Nico Muhly: Planetarium review – majestic celestial space opera
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Sufjan Stevens, James McAlister, Bryce Dessner and Nico Muhly: Planetarium review – majestic celestial space opera
June, 8 2017
Marika Hackman: I'm Not Your Man review – pop with a sultry swagger
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Marika Hackman: I'm Not Your Man review – pop with a sultry swagger
June, 1 2017
Tom Williams: All Change review – surging, vintage pop-rock
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Tom Williams: All Change review – surging, vintage pop-rock
May, 25 2017
Making sounds with Suzanne Ciani, America's first female synth hero
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Making sounds with Suzanne Ciani, America's first female synth hero
May, 20 2017
Noga Erez: ‘I get told by people not to talk about what is happening in Israel’
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Noga Erez: ‘I get told by people not to talk about what is happening in Israel’
May, 14 2017
J Hus: Common Sense review – unashamed grooves from east London rapper
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J Hus: Common Sense review – unashamed grooves from east London rapper
May, 11 2017
At the Drive-In: Inter Alia review – 00s post-hardcore heroes' thrilling return
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At the Drive-In: Inter Alia review – 00s post-hardcore heroes' thrilling return
May, 4 2017
James Van Der Beek: 'I lived in fear of teenage girls'
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James Van Der Beek: 'I lived in fear of teenage girls'
April, 28 2017
Mary J Blige: Strength of a Woman review – R&B star conjures some of her old magic
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Mary J Blige: Strength of a Woman review – R&B star conjures some of her old magic
April, 27 2017
Incubus on nu-metal: 'It always made me cringe'
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Incubus on nu-metal: 'It always made me cringe'
April, 25 2017
Nelly Furtado: The Ride review – a hit-and-miss patchwork of trendy pop styles
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Nelly Furtado: The Ride review – a hit-and-miss patchwork of trendy pop styles
March, 30 2017
Lita Ford: 'I chose to be sexy – and sex sells'
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Lita Ford: 'I chose to be sexy – and sex sells'
March, 10 2017
Frànçois & the Atlas Mountains: Solide Mirage review – indiepop gets political
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Frànçois & the Atlas Mountains: Solide Mirage review – indiepop gets political
March, 2 2017
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