Tindersticks - 'Across Six Leap Years'

Tindersticks - 'Across Six Leap Years'

To mark 21 years in the ‘mumbling lounge lizard’ business, Tindersticks hit Abbey Road to re-record a selection of tracks that they felt had been “lost along the way”. For better or worse, it means we’re not treated to/horrified by...

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Album review: Tindersticks - Falling Down A Mountain (4AD)

Album review: Tindersticks - Falling Down A...

Like a Bad Seeds for men with a high-end wine subscription, the sharp-suited Tindersticks examine the worrying meeting point of romance and masculinity. Yet their eighth album is a dislocated creature. The opening track points towards a new...

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Tindersticks

Tindersticks

Nottingham miserablists the Tindersticks haven’t offered us any new music since 2003 and, from listening to ‘The Hungry Saw’, you’d think that they’ve spent every day since then in a dark room, rocking backwards and forwards. Not that it...

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Tindersticks : Working For The Man: 1992 -1999

Tindersticks : Working For The Man: 1992 -1999

Nineteen ninety-two, and in a world of Nirvana and Ned's Atomic Dustbin , Tindersticks strode besuited, tipsily romantic and touting singles of mordant lushness. Twelve years and eight million half-arsed fads on, there's still no-one like...

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Tindersticks : Don't Even Go There EP

Tindersticks : Don't Even Go There EP

If the Tindersticks won the lotto and spent the proceeds on an MDMA-laced jacuzzi they’d still be peddling tales of heartbreak around violins that need to get out more. No worries because lead track ‘Trying To Find A Home’ proves they can...

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Tindersticks : Trouble Every Day OST

Tindersticks : Trouble Every Day OST

'Trouble Every Day' looks like it's going to be a pretty sick movie. Vincent Gallo and Béatrice Dalle star as a couple affected by a mysterious disease that causes them to devour their lovers in a cannibalistic frenzy. Nice. And not...

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Tindersticks : Can Our Love...

Tindersticks : Can Our Love...

Caption competition time. The sleeve of the Tindersticks' new album features singer Stuart Staples nuzzling alongside one of the homeless donkeys from the Sidmouth Sanctuary. If anyone can beat Dobbin saying "Why the long face, Stu?" we'll be...

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Tindersticks :Brussels Botanique : Brussels Botanique

Tindersticks :Brussels Botanique : Brussels...

It certainly all looks impressive. The imposing Botanique (yes, it lies within some exceedingly pretty Botanical Gardens) hosts an art exhibition, movies and four concerts by Nottingham's finest miserabilists. Oh, and tonight the band are going to...

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London Hammersmith Palais

London Hammersmith Palais

Pay attention. If you're looking for the magic of the Tindersticks it's right there in front of you. No, it's not just Stuart Staples, it's his right leg. His magic wobbly leg which scrapes and shudders and vainly tries to persuade the...

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Simple Pleasure

Simple Pleasure

You know what to expect. The lugubrious bemoaning of broken relationships. The baritone voice, somewhere between Heather Small and Vic Reeves . The inconsolable sadness, the velvety, hushed purr of night. Tindersticks have etched themselves...

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