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Album Review: Larry Tee – ‘Club Badd’

Larry Tee is the forgotten man of electroclash. A veteran New York DJ and svengali, he gave the scene its name and briefly, circa...

Album Review: La Coka Nostra – ‘A Brand You Can Trust’

2009 is a great year to be DJ Lethal’s accountant. Not only have his old muckers Limp Bizkit got back in the cash-laden saddle,...

Album review: Killswitch Engage – ‘Killswitch Engage’

When a band releases an eponymous album it can sometimes indicate a lack of fresh ideas. Yet even though this is the second self-titled...

Album review: Julian Plenti – ‘Julian Plenti Is Skyscraper’

Julian Plenti is the alter-ego of Paul Banks from Interpol, though actually it’s not much of an ‘alter’, since he’s as anonymous a frontman...

Album review: Arthur And Martha – ‘Set Your Goals’

There’s an art to knowing when to keep your trap zipped, and sadly Arthur And Martha haven’t yet got to grips with it. You...

Album review: Busta Rhymes – ‘Back On My BS’

Busta Rhymes on a unicycle, juggling balls while eating fire and hypnotising rabbits he’s recently pulled from hats isn’t just a good concept for...

Album review: Gareth Sager – ‘Slack Slack Music’

Gareth Sager was guitarist in legendary post-punkers The Pop Group and his debut solo album follows their wobbly avant-reggae lines. Instead of sticking to...

Album review: Steve Bug – ‘Collaboratory’

Buy DJ/producer Steve Bug’s fourth album and you’re not just choosing 11 tracks of evocative electronic music. You are choosing Sónar over Glastonbury; laptops...

Album review: Tara Busch – ‘Pilfershire Lane’

With a penchant for haunting falsetto and woozy melody, ‘Pilfershire Lane’ stakes a fair claim to establishing its creator as Kate Bush for the...

Album review: VV Brown – ‘Travelling Like The Light’

According to the deluge of fawning broadsheet profiles and fashion mag spreads, VV Brown is the kookiest, craziest, cleverest thing to happen to British...
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