Noel Gardner

Thee Oh Sees – ‘A Weird Exits’ Review

Why rock’n’roll is better than politics, part 94: when politicians go back on their pledges, it leaves the country teetering on the brink of...

Kiran Leonard – ‘Grapefruit’ Review

Music history is littered with prodigiously talented mavericks who had outsized ideas but could never quite transfer them to a mass audience: everyone from...

Lust For Youth – ‘Compassion’ Review

It wouldn’t be strictly accurate to say that ‘Compassion’ is the album that synth-wielding Scandinavian romantics Lust For Youth have always threatened to make....

Hinds – ‘Leave Me Alone’

Spanish indiepoppers Hinds have already found a larger audience for their music than would seem likely from its boisterous, lo-fi clatter. Only operating as...

Roots Manuva – ‘Bleeds’

Ever since Roots Manuva’s first foray into UK hip-hop in the mid-'90s, he’s been celebrated for what he isn't as much as what he...

Protomartyr – ‘The Agent Intellect’

Protomartyr don't seem to consider themselves a 'successful' band, if interviews are any indicator. In fairness, it's safe to assume they've not yet been...
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