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A rock Wes Anderson, Gruff Rhys has built a solid career on creating lush, immersive and fully-formed surrealist worlds outside of Super Furry Animals. With Neon Neon he’s made concept…

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There’s something rather incongruous about [a]Gruff Rhys[/a] turning his hand to a Christmas EP, like Damien Hirst proffering a simple sketch of a fruit bowl. Luckily, though, ‘[b]Atheist Xmas[/b]’ avoids…

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That bastion of 1970s rock, the concept album, is alive and well and concerning itself with international haircare products. [a]Lemmy[/a] hordes Nazi memorabilia. [a]Mark E Smith[/a] collects musicians (then fires…

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This sounds like an advert for an additive-crammed fruit drink. In the ad, an animated Gruff is with octopuses, squirrels and penguins in a world of melting trees with faces.…

A solo career for the singer usually means one thing: the band they front aren’t getting on. Not so for Gruff Rhys and Super Furry Animals. The group are reportedly…

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In an age where rogue Communist states are testing nuclear weapons and All Saints have reformed, we should all be given injections of Gruff’s cerebral fluid on the NHS as…