The Kills - 'The Last Goodbye'

The Kills - 'The Last Goodbye'

The Kills are great and all, but they’re not a band to really move you. They’re too aloof, there’s no emotional gut-punch – until know. ‘The Last Goodbye’ is really very beautiful indeed, a raggedly sentimental chanson that finds...

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Live Review: The Kills

Live Review: The Kills

If overarching hyperbole is to be believed then, apparently, rock’n’roll is dead. But if that’s the case it seems no-one gave The Kills the memo. Prowling around with the rejuvenated vigour of having had, essentially, a three-year...

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Album Review: The Kills - Blood Pressures (Domino)

The Kills - Blood Pressures (Domino)

Remember when The Kills used to refer to themselves as ‘VV’ and ‘Hotel’? Hi, nice to meet you, what’s your name? “Hotel.” What? “Hotel.” Shut up. “Sorry. It’s Jamie. And this is Alison.” Seems like a long time ago....

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The Kills

The Kills

You know those people who write The Kills off as only famous because one of them’s bonking some skinny bird? This is really going to annoy them, because not only is it slinkier than Jessica Rabbit, but it’s got a chorus so sleazy the Daily...

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The Kills

The Kills

Following the misfire of their disappointing second album ‘No Wow’ VV and Hotel (er, Alison Mossheart and some bloke called Jamie Hince) fled to Mexico before hooking up with producer Armani XXXChange of Philly perv-rap heroes Spank Rock....

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The Kills  :  London WC1 ULU

The Kills : London WC1 ULU

May 21 The Kills know what rock'n'roll is. It's not a glib statement, because there aren't a whole lot of people out there who do. The Kills look like they don't wash. The Kills look like they don't sleep. The Kills look like they...

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The Kills : London Tufnell Park Boston Arms

The Kills : London Tufnell Park Boston Arms

It's hard to know quite what to make of The Kills . Yes, they sound terrific. Most of their songs are runaway train blues that are both cold and wild, that judder and tilt but always have a relentless forward propulsion. There's something great...

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