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Tame Impala's ‘Lonerism’

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Slumming it on an English farm might be many people’s idea of a perfect summer festival, but for others there are the more exotic (and almost entirely rain-free) surroundings of…

My, how they’ve grown. Once Alt-J thought miniscule, making their elaborate future folk on a laptop in university halls, eschewing drums and bass so as not to annoy their fellow…

Alt-J were born of the internet age; they also encapsulated it. Creeping out of their Leeds University accommodation in 2007 with their un-Googleable symbol name, they sang of maths and…

This unpredictable LA hip-hop trio caught Sub Pop’s attention with 2013’s ‘Midcity’ album; its successor is a series of sonic bombs awaiting detonation. Pairing Daveed Diggs’ vocals with schizophrenic noise…

To introduce his fourth album, ‘Ghettoville’, Actress – aka south London’s Darren Cunningham – issued a cryptic statement describing how it’s “the bleached-out and black-tinted conclusion of the Actress image”.…

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When a despot or serial killer dies, it’s customary to remember their victims. So while pockets of the UK pull on their grave-dancing shoes and sycophantic moron Boris Johnson blubbers…

When Joe Newman’s “[i]Please don’t go/I love you so[/i]” starts, it seems harmless. But with the promise to “[i]hold her down with soggy clothes and breezeblocks[/i]” it becomes as sinister…