Album Reviews

Planet Of The Wolves

IT'S NOW 1998 AND THE US UNDERGROUND has gone overground. Pavement have discovered the hit parade, Beck has become a global deity while the...

Obsolete

AS THE OLD-SKOOL REVIVAL RUMBLES ON, EVER MORE people seem keen to discover the origins of hip-hop. Thus the music's motherlode - cheaply produced...

Hammock Style

THE ELECTRONIC EXPLOITS of the Germans are still, somewhat predictably, viewed with the same disdain and distrust as the country's football team. We all...

Essential Selection Presents…Carl Cox Non Stop

THE MACHINES ARE AFTER US. Technology is our enemy. Or to quote Burton C Bell, lead singer with LA-based cyber-metallists Fear Factory, in his...

Music From The Motion Picture Touch

PITY POOR GANGER. FOR Glasgow's pioneering post-rockers now find themselves in the middle of a cruel game of catch-up as they struggle to match...

MP Da Last Don

THE LAST TIME we were hanging around these parts was for a theatrical production of Dracula on 'bloody' Valentine's Day back in February. We...

Dopamine

OF COURSE, IT'S DAVID GROHL NOW. Not Dave. Dave is the name of the bloke who fixes your car but knocks off the VAT,...

Master P – ‘The Last Don’ Review

An American chart-topping LP, 'The Last Don' is Percy 'Master P' Miller's fifth album and looks set to become his biggest seller. And, if...

Goes To The Disco

FOR THE UNINITIATED, MR Froom is a major league producer aching to showcase his own idiosyncratic muso tendencies. It seems that, recording for the...

Graham Coxon – ‘The Sky Is Too High’ Review

The others were more predictable. Damon's solo album: a triple opus rock opera called Darren, the story of a deaf, dumb and asthmatic accountant...
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