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Eels - A Daisy Through Concrete - Eels Royal Albert Hall

Video | 29th January 2015

Eels perform 'A Daisy Through Concrete' live in London as part of their upcoming live album 'Live at Royal Albert Hall', set for release on April 14th 2015. The song originally appeared on their 2000...

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The 15th Anniversary Line-Up For Primavera Sound Is Finally Here!

by Holly Williams | News | Music / Festivals | 22nd January 2015

Fans and hopeful attendees of Barcelona's Primavera Sound were delighted to discover that the preview app they downloaded was a video game displaying the full line-up for the festival's fifteenth anniversary.Already announced were Friday and...

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Mark Everett, The Guy from Eels, Is Given Freedom of the City of London

by Michael West | News | Music / Festivals | 25th July 2014

Eels frontman Mark Everett was been given the Freedom of the City of London ahead of his concert at the Barbican Centre on Thursday (July 24, 2014). Everett was previously mistaken for a terrorist in...

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A Week in Music - James Blake Still Seeking His Niche, Yeah Yeah Yeahs Triumph With Lily Cole Video, Eels Stage A Love-In In Bournemouth

by Hayley Avron | News | Music / Festivals | 2nd April 2013

Albums of Note... It’s been a long two years since James Blake released his debut eponymous album and now, the pioneering producer returns with Overgrown, album number two. Peppered with quality collaborations, with hip-hop legend...

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Eels - O2 Academy Bournemouth March 2013 Live Review

by Jim Pusey | Review | 25th March 2013

There was a lot of love in the room for the Eels show in Bournemouth. Much of it was actually on stage, with Mark Oliver Everett going out of his way to sidestep the spotlight...

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A Week In Music - Eels Back On Form With 'Wonderful, Glorious, Frightened Rabbit Album Uncomfortable Listening, Depeche Mode's Broody New Video

by Hayley Avron | News | Music / Festivals | 6th February 2013

Albums of Note... Mark Oliver Everett (better known as ‘E’) returns as Eels, with new album Wonderful, Glorious. It’s a return to the form that we saw from Eels in the ‘90s. In recent years,...

Tags: The Eels - Frightened Rabbit - Funeral For A Friend - Quentin Tarantino - Depeche Mode - Pacific Air

Eels - Wonderful, Glorious Album Review

by Simon Jay Catling | Review | 1st February 2013

Following the release of his bleakly personal double album Blinking Lights And Other Revelations in 2005, Mark Oliver Everett - better known simply as E - seemed to spend the rest of that decade spent....

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The Eels - Hombre Lobo

by Dom Gourlay | Review | 5th June 2009

Review of Eels album Hombre Lobo released through Vagrant Records. For someone who has been making music in one form or another over the best part of a quarter of a century, Mark ‘E’ Everett...

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The Eels - Meet The Eels: Essential Eels Vol 1 1996-2006

by Mike Rea | Review | 21st January 2008

Eels Meet The Eels: Essential Eels Vol 1 1996-2006 Universal Album Review Eels are one of those US bands (like Cake) who have remained significant and significantly different for the whole of their career. Mark...

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