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Category Archives: Album Reviews
by Sam Skilton There’s an awful lot of over-hyped and tiresome indie-pop drivel floating around at the moment. For a while, I admit, I had Peace down as just another one of ‘those bands’. How wrong I was. It’s an … Continue reading
by James Sloan Upon hearing just the opening notes of this album for the first time, fans of The XX can let out a huge sigh of relief. For the group’s slightly melancholic and mystical sound has not been lost … Continue reading
by Dan Smith Imagine if the world had indeed capitulated and died in December 2012 as the doomsayers and general n’er-do-wells had predicted. Had it occurred, and all substantial life forms had ceased to exist on planet Earth, all that … Continue reading
by James Sloan Remember Johhny Marr? Initially one half of a mesmerising Marr-Morrissey partnership that produced some of the greatest British indie rock music of the 1980s he then moved on, playing with The The, Modest Mouse and The Cribs … Continue reading
by Sam Skilton There’s a brand new sound making waves in the Italian province of Perugia, and Simonfrancesco Di Rupo is sailing on it all the way to the UK, for he is the captain of the weird and wonderful … Continue reading