Jeremy Allen

Jeremy Allen

When Jarvis Cocker recorded a tribute to the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks and broadcast it on his Radio 6 Music show – Jarvis Cocker’s Sunday Service – last…

It may never have been a vaulting ambition, but after six bites of the cherry, White Denim have made an album Alan Partridge would truly love. The quartet, from Austin,…

What do we really know about David Bowie, chameleon, comedian, corinthian and caricature? The resounding response to his sudden death has been overpowering. What’s more, Bowie’s ability to keep his…

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“[i]When the world has fallen and you stand alone[/i]”, wails Bruce Dickinson staring into the apocalypse at the end of ‘The Great Unknown’. Governments will fall and the earth will…

Polly’s back in the studio, working on her follow-up to 2011’s lauded ‘Let England Shake’. Fans flocked from across Europe to see the new album being pieced together last month,…

The once atypical guitar/drums formation popularised by The White Stripes might now be commonplace, but The Bots are out to invigorate the format on their first album proper. Opener ‘Ubiquitous’…

Melody’s Echo Chamber guitarist Pablo Padovani – aka Moodoïd – came to wider attention last September when his band of liquid leaf-adorned waifs released their self-titled debut EP. Produced by…

“Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not after you,” sang Kurt Cobain (borrowing from Joseph Heller’s inspired Catch 22). Things are not always what they seem. For instance, if…

We’re all aware of those ‘artists’ whose back catalogues are pure anathema to us that suddenly bring out one excellent track that makes us think, “Where the hell did that…