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Rather than ‘putting out records’, space-rock’s grand architect Jason Pierce constructs musical monuments; intricately carved monoliths cast from gospel, soul and blues and erected like orchestral Acropolises for the dedicated…

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So, Jason Pierce delivered a version of his new album ‘Sweet Heart Sweet Light’ to meet label deadlines, which he then pulled so he could carry on mixing it in…

They say that whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Still, Dave Gahan died for two minutes and has yet to produce anything more than gothy nonsense, while Duff McKagan’s…

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Amy’s nocturnal antics may set tabloid pulses racing, but for Jason Pierce flirting with death is a full-time occupation. Having troubled a life-support machine in 2005, rock’s legendary purveyor of…

There’s little doubt now that Spiritualized’s last studio album (1997’s ‘Ladies And Gentlemen, We Are Floating In Space’) was a truly extraordinary achievement. Not only did it map out a…

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