Jazz Monroe

Radiohead’s ‘The Bends’: The story of an anti-capitalist, anti-cynicism classic

This article was originally published in 2015  Two decades on years on, ‘The Bends’ is remembered as Radiohead’s first great album: a nuanced, searing indictment of...

The Prodigy: Their 10 Best Songs

From their formation in 1990s underground rave scene, right up to their fearless seventh album 'No Tourists', for almost three decades the Essex gang...

Blur: Alex James’ 10 best basslines

Unfairly maligned as Blur’s third most interesting member, Alex James’ trademark bass has been (ahem) instrumental in the boys’ finest moments. As he turns...

Morrissey’s 10 best lyrics

Moz might not be pop’s most charming man, but ever since the Smiths doodled their signature onto the nation’s pencil cases, the quiffed singer...

New Music Of The Day: Weaves – One More

Before they founded Weaves, Jasmyn Burke and Morgan Waters were typical Toronto indie misfits. Singer Jasmyn, who’d just sacked off Yeah Yeah Yeahs-inspired buzz...

Joanna Newsom – ‘Divers’

Since her enduringly lovely third album, 2010’s ‘Have One On Me’, Joanna Newsom has turned her oddball cult into an empire. Between fancy fashion...
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