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The title of Primal Scream’s 11th album might sound like something band leader Bobby Gillespie dreamt up while under the influence, but ‘Chaosmosis’ is actually a highfalutin reference to French…

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Earlier this year, Primal Scream released the most righteous sign-of-the-times album since PJ Harvey’s ‘Let England Shake’ in 2011. And even though ‘More Light’ might not be full of obvious…

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When a despot or serial killer dies, it’s customary to remember their victims. So while pockets of the UK pull on their grave-dancing shoes and sycophantic moron Boris Johnson blubbers…

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Jesus, what is it with Kevin Shields and his unrelenting insistence on releasing music? It’s just release, release, release with that guy. Give us a rest Kev! But no, here…

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Guys, it’s MARCH, come on. Anyway, the Scream Team’s comeback suggests business as usual with a redoubled attack. Bobby’s lunatic drawls about the “21st century underclass” and “teenage revolution” are…

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In the best possible way, Primal Scream know how to be stupid. This, after all, is the band who wrote ‘Rocks’, whose last record featured their singer claiming, Bo Diddley-style,…

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Like a man who realises he’s forgotten his mobile charger when he’s halfway to Heathrow, Bobby Gillespie knows he can’t go back. So do his band. After the pointless retro…

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Here we stand, then, on the brink of the next phase. Ever since their birth, crawling from a cave of jagged feedback and mushroom-cloud hair in the early-’80s, through their…

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Meet the new year, same as the old year. Radicalism doesn’t pay, complacency’s at an all-time high, so keep your head down, smile for the cameras, mind your language and…

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