Ezra Furman - 'Perpetual Motion People'

Ezra Furman - 'Perpetual Motion People'

The Pied Piper of restless outcasts everywhere, Chicago’s Ezra Furman – the sexual, religious and musical floating voter pictured in drag on the cover of ‘Perpetual Motion People’ – has made this third solo album specifically for fellow...

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20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (24/6/2015)

20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (24/6/2015)

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 Kurstin (Lily Allen, Kelly Clarkson) and...

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Gascoigne - Film Review

Gascoigne - Film Review

Paul Gascoigne's tears when England lost to West Germany in the semi-final of the 1990 World Cup made him a national treasure. Since then, the 48-year-old's life has unravelled publicly, but this film from British TV documentary maker Jane Preston...

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Slow West - Film Review

Slow West - Film Review

Beta Band keyboardist John Maclean makes his feature film directorial debut with this impressive western, which features an end-credits theme composed by his brother David's band, Django Django. The slow-burning story follows Irish outlaw Silas...

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Entourage - Film Review

Entourage - Film Review

For 96 episodes between 2004 and 2011, Entourage both sent up and celebrated modern-day Hollywood. The Emmy and Golden Globe-winning show followed the adventures of fictional movie star Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier), his posse of hangers-on and...

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Miguel - 'Wildheart'

Miguel - 'Wildheart'

Much of the appeal of Miguel’s 2012 breakthrough ‘Kaleidoscope Dream’ lay in the way the Los Angeles singer balanced standard-issue R&B lust with psychedelia. ‘Wildheart’ ditches such whimsy in favour of something more rampant. ‘The...

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Fraser A Gorman - 'Slow Gum'

Fraser A Gorman - 'Slow Gum'

“I’ve got no soul/Cos country music to me sounds like rock’n’roll,” admits Fraser A Gorman on ‘Broken Hands’. On his debut album ‘Slow Gum’, the singer-songwriter and part-time carpenter makes it easy to imagine his younger self...

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Muse - Download Festival, Donnington Park

Muse - Download Festival, Donnington Park

Earlier today, as Muse drummer Dom Howard excitedly snapped Instagram pics side-of-stage, Mike Patton of reunited alt-metal legends Faith No More wiggled his hips, pouted his lips and strutted down the Download catwalk. “Ego ramp!” he yelled...

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9 Great Albums That May Have Passed You By This Week

9 Great Albums That May Have Passed You By This...

You know about the big releases each week, but what about the smaller albums which may have passed underneath your radar? We've rounded up nine of the best new album releases from this week, from Ocar's lo-fi pop to the glitchy electronica of Son...

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20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (17/06/2015)

20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (17/06/2015)

Foals - 'What Went Down' As a statement of intent, 'What Went Down' isn't just bold; it's brazen, antagonistic, all up in your grill and challenging you to question its authority. The first single from Foals' forthcoming fourth album of the...

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