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Heaven knows what would become of Liars if Angus Andrew ever stopped innovating. Just as scientists have suggested that sharks can never stop swimming or else they’ll drown, the LA-based…

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And suddenly NYC/Australian trio Liars are Underworld. And good holy Christ it’s amazing, if rhythmical dirge is your thing. And if it isn’t, why isn’t it? And if you aren’t…

Rules are made to be broken, but the classy iconoclast knows you need to learn the rules first so that you can break them properly. LA-based professional pin-dodgers Liars no…

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One of the tenser moments from new album ‘WIXIW’, this creepy mechanoid meandering is like being trapped in the pouch of a robotic mother kangaroo as it hops down the…

Having been lucky enough to have an early peek at two Liars albums now, I can still feel the skull-rattling shock delivered when ‘Scissor’, the first track to be released…

It’s strange to think that [a]Liars[/a] and [a]The Hives[/a] came to our attention at the same time, opening up a loophole in the space-time continuum for [a]The Strokes[/a] to slip…

Liars used to make deliriously exciting art-rock, with swish basslines and melodies justifying their sometimes obtuse guitar clatter. Alas, since 2003’s ‘They Were Wrong, So We Drowned’, they’ve made music…

In the Strokes-stoked New York of 2001, Brooklyn-based Liars could do no wrong. Aussie-born beanpole and frontman Angus Andrew was one half of the city�s indie power couple with Karen…

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Beanstalk provocateur, lead singer of one of the world’s most dangerous, evolutionary bands and Dick Valentine lookalike; Liars’ Australian tower of strewth, Angus Andrew, is hilariously trashed. When he’s falling…