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Leonie Cooper

Posted on Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds - Rank The Albums

It’s been 20 years since the release of Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds’ eighth album, ‘Let Love In’, a record notable not just for Nick’s slicked back mullet on the cover, but for the way he faultlessly treads the line between poet and pervert. Featuring ‘Red Right Hand’, which has been covered by everyone from Arctic Monkeys to FIDLAR, the LP's status as a classic is uncontested.


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Posted on Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Future Islands' Samuel T. Herring On How Gravediggaz Changed His Life

This week on we've been asking readers for the records that changed their lives. Every music fan has a record that impacted them so profoundly they can't imagine their life without - and musicians themselves are no different. Here's Future Islands frontman Samuel T. Herring on his, Gravediggaz' brilliant hip-hop trip, '6 Feet Deep'... I first heard '6 Feet Deep' in the fall of 1997 from my older brother Joel.


Al Horner

Posted on Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Happyness, 'Great Minds Think Alike, All Brains Taste The Same' - Track Exclusive

Happyness formed in South London, but there's something about their sun-bleached slacker rock that makes you feel strangely like you're sitting in the college dorm of a character from a 90s American teen drama, flicking through a vinyl collection accrued at trendy Santa Monica flea markets. Maybe it's something to do with the long list of US indie-pop favourites the rising trio's sound cribs from.


Matt Wilkinson

Posted on Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Les Big Byrd, 'Tinnitus Ætérnum' - Video Exclusive

We featured Stockholm's Les Big Byrd in the Radar section a couple of weeks ago, and now we've got their latest video for 'Tinnitus Ætérnum'. It's taken from the 'Back To Bagarmossen' EP, which was released via PNKSLM earlier this year, and will also appear on their upcoming full-length 'They Worshipped Cats', due on May 12 from Read More


Rhian Daly

Posted on Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Baby Strange, 'Distance Yourself' - Track Exclusive

Glasgow trio Baby Strange first popped up on our radars with a handful of gloriously scuzzy demos back in 2012. They've been playing the long game since, sporadically dropping singles like debut 'Pure Evil' and follow-up 'Never Enough'. 'Distance Yourself' is next in line and it's sparser than anything the three have done before, relying on creeping, wire-thin guitar lines for the most part before it erupts in a burst of fuzz, adding more fury to frontman Johnny Madden's laments about people "trying to take our fun".

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