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Beck – Dreams After the ploddingly slow (but brilliant) ‘Morning Phase’, it’s pleasing to hear the Beck of ‘Midnite Vultures’ making an appearance again. Written with pop songwriter extraordinaire Greg…

‘Blowout’ is what pop-punk used to sound like in the ’90s; thrashy, unreconstructed party-rock of the Bad Religion variety. Compared to the raucous sound of The Clash et al, US…

Loom – Lice As confrontational as Danny Dyer on a Friday night Wetherspoons bender, ‘Lice’ is a short-tempered two-minute barrage of rage and riffs. “He’s got a pet that lives…

Vancouver’s Japandroids swung into London’s Heaven venue on Friday (26 October) and the chances are if you were there, you’re still wringing the sweat out of your clothes. Inside, their…

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Funny sort of party, this ‘Celebration Rock’. The second album from noise-punk duo Japandroids (you have no idea how much we wanted to type No Age then) works every straining…

Ariel Pink, in The Brudenell, with his toys all over the floor. It sounds like we’re playing Cluedo but instead, sadly, this is just the not-so-grand finale to the third…

Have you been naughty or nice this year? Wait, don’t answer that: Santa already knows and he’s drawing up his documentation accordingly. He’s not the only saintly, white-bearded man making…

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In 2009, students from Ireland’s Institute Of Technology crammed 86 people into a single campervan. For many years, Iggy Pop squashed the genitals of a bull elephant into transparent plastic…

How amazing have these Converse Represent @ 100 Club gigs been? We’ve seen Blur tear the roof off the legendary venue with a set that drew heavily on ‘Modern Life…