Album Reviews

Live At The Grand Ole Opry

He lived fast, died young and left behind a legacy which, to historians of country music, remains unparalleled. A hopeless alcoholic by...

No Division

This ain't kitsch and that's a fact. There's no pop element residing in HWM's forte. Like street kids with perpetually dirty fingernails, there's no...

Hungry Ghosts

It's the shooting of the horse in the one-horse town. It's the rain leaking through the tin roof of the only saloon for miles...

Meet

As a member of Maryland's Lorelei, Stephen Gardner made febrile waif-pop, impeccably indebted to the naive disorder of the late-'80s Britjanglists for whom Sarah...

Born Again

"Ten years from now, where do I want to be?" contemplates Notorious BIG in an archive interview preceding the beats on 'Born Again'. "Just...

The Most Beautifullest Hits

As one-third of the Def Squad (with Erick Sermon and Redman) and a solo rapper in his own right, Keith Murray has carved a...

Live From Central Park

In between rounding up the livestock, slinging hash at the Diamond Grill and drinking beer with men called Buck, it's just amazing that Sheryl...

I Love My Computer

Warp Records have, of late, been granted the title of Inventors Of The Bleep, but anyone who spent too much time in their bedrooms...

Pop Tics

German at heart but with tentacles stretching to France, Japan, America, Britain and beyond, this ambitious pan-global project set its artists the task of...

Avoidance

Sonic alchemists with pop magic dancing from their fingertips, Edinburgh's Khaya have spent their young lives sculpting art-rock's prismatic muse into increasingly maverick shapes....
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