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Blur, ‘Under The Westway’ – Review

Almost two years on from their last new material, the slight ‘Fool’s Day’ (which also included a ‘Westway’ reference), Damon and co finally unveiled...

30 Things You Should Know About Skrillex

Following a Grammy win, glowing endorsements from Dave Grohl and, um, Ellie Goulding, we present 30 need-to-know facts about dubstep phenomenon Skrillex.Born on January...

‘Seven Nation Army’ – Remixed By Geeks

Hats off to sciencey student blog Inside Knowledge. Noting that Imperial College's The Blast Lab (seemingly a place where people blow things up in...

New Music – The Men, ‘Ex-Dreams’

NYC noiseniks The Men are set to release their third album 'Open Your Heart' next month, and we've got this exclusive track from it...

Mark Ronson and Katy B – ‘Move To The Beat’

Once you get past the gigantic endorsements in the video (even Rono’s decked out in the Coca-Cola colours of white and red) and the...

Mark Ronson And Katy B, ‘Move To The Beat’ – Review

Once you get past the gigantic endorsements in the video (even Rono’s decked out in Coke colours of white and red) and the rather...

Usher, ‘Climax’

Cast your mind back to ‘Before’. Before the baby-oil. Before the Vaseline on the lens. Before Love was in “this club” and before Bieber. Usher’s...

Usher’s ‘Climax’ In ‘Actually Quite Good’ Shock

Cast your mind back to ‘Before’. Before the baby oil. Before the Vaseline on the lens. Before Love was in “this club” and before...

Nicki Minaj, ‘Starships’

"Generobanger". That's my one-word summary of the new Nicki Minaj tune. It's called 'Starships', it's the "official lead single" from her potentially...

Robyn Vs Whitney Houston, ‘Dancing In Houston’

Released in 1985, and originally intended for Janet Jackson (she turned it down), 'How Will I Know' was Whitney Houston's first big dance pop...

The Cribs, ‘Chi-Town’ – Review

Goodbye Mr. Marr, hello Mr Bar. That’s ‘bar’ as in the boozing saloon that’s ever present on most Replacements songs. The Jarmans have become...

Burial – ‘Ashtray Wasp’

The ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ of dubstep? Well not quite but this 11 minute long slab of neo-atmospheria is as subtle and inventive as you’d come to...

Former Supergrass singer Gaz Coombes: ‘I don’t want to be in a band’

You can also hear one of the singer's first tracks as a solo artist

Katy Perry, ‘Part Of Me’ – Track Review

Sorry but I’m sorry but I’m not buying it. In the world of couples ‘Lost In Showbiz’, Katy Perry and Russell Brand had to...

Katy Perry – ‘Part Of Me’

Sorry, but I’m not buying it. In a world of celebrity couples who are ‘Lost In Showbiz’, Katy Perry and Russell Brand had to...

The Greatest Pop Songs In History – No 9: Destiny’s Child, ‘Say My Name’

The phenomenon of the R’n’B super producer/songwriter stretches back to the Motown era, but it perhaps wasn’t until the 80s that there was a...

Jack White, ‘Machine Gun Silhouette’ – Review

If the subtle, insistent ‘Love Interruption’ was like a gentle easing through the door, rather than a bells and whistles Ta-Da return, ‘Machine...

Jack White – ‘Machine Gun Silhouette’

If the subtle, insistent ‘Love Interruption’ was like a gentle easing through the door, rather than a bells and whistles Ta-Da return, ‘Machine...

NME Awards 2012 – Who Should Win Best Live Band?

Last week we took a gander at those lucky pups in the Best New Band category, and now its time to take a look...

The Greatest Pop Songs In History – No 8: Yazoo, ‘Only You’

On the surface Alison Moyet and Vince Clarke were a startlingly mismatched pop couple. But together they crafted a synth pop classic. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XW4qjDP5j8I&hl=en&fs=0&rel=0&autoplay=0&showsearch=0&showinfo=0&iv_load_policy=0 Clarke had...
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