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The debut album from London indie puppydogs GoodBooks arrives in the same breath – and with the same name – as Anton Corbijn’s darker-than-thunder movie about Joy Division. Twist of…

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One day, GoodBooks and Good Shoes will bite the bullet, join forces, call themselves Good Hair and stop confusing people. Until then, however, we have this. A sort of electro-pop…

Very angular and impressive and Editors-esque though this is, what it’s not, one would argue, is particularly good. It’s certainly not up to the standard of ‘Turn It Back’ or…

Apparently, one of GoodBooks had ‘Columbia Records’ and the date they signed to them tattooed around his wrist the day they signed. So we should probably hope for their sake…