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Bruce Springsteen - Greatest Hits

Bruce Springsteen - Greatest Hits

Review of Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band's album 'Greatest Hits'Unsurprisingly, The Boss's new album is released to coincide with his UK tour and appearance at Glastonbury. With at least two fairly comprehensive Greatest...

Review posted on 29th June 2009

David Kitt - The Nightsaver

David Kitt - The Nightsaver

Review of David Kitt's album The NightsaverIt may surprise to know that this relatively unknown Irish singer-songwriter is in fact six albums into his career. It's not always been plain sailing for Kitt. In 2001...

Review posted on 18th May 2009

The Noisettes - Wild Young Hearts

The Noisettes - Wild Young Hearts

Review of The Noisettes' album 'Wild Young Hearts' London trio The Noisettes are back, and if you've seen the adverts you'll know they've been tarted up like the proverbial dog's dinner. Not that Shangai Shoniwa,...

Review posted on 27th April 2009

The Whitest Boy Alive - Rules

The Whitest Boy Alive - Rules

Review of The Whitest Boy Alive's album 'Rules' It seems that it simply isn't enough to be part of just one band, and generally any artist worth their salt has a dalliance or two elsewhere....

Review posted on 27th April 2009

The Bishops - For Now

The Bishops - For Now

Review of The Bishops album 'For Now'It's not as if the music industry is short of bands that cite The Beatles, the most successful band of all time, as a major influence. But here come...

Review posted on 8th April 2009

Dananananaykroyd - Hey Everyone

Dananananaykroyd - Hey Everyone

Review of Dananananaykroyd's album 'Hey Everyone'.It's a pretty self explanatory album title- there's no doubt that Dananananaykroyd have clear intentions of introducing themselves to the world. By way of a further introduction (on 'watch this!'),...

Review posted on 8th April 2009

Who Made Who - The Plot

Who Made Who - The Plot

Review of Who Made Who's album 'The Plot'.What would you expect of a band that shares its name with an AC/DC album? Frivolity, presumably. And judging from the promo shots of the band, Who Made...

Review posted on 1st April 2009

Twisted Wheel - We Are Us

Twisted Wheel - We Are Us

Review of Twisted Wheel's single We Are Us.Being Oasis's next endorsement must be a daunting prospect. After all, Big Brother's Little Brothers haven't always fared so well (see Proud Mary, Shack, Hurricane #1 et al)....

Review posted on 1st April 2009

Blue Roses - Eponymous

Blue Roses - Eponymous

Review of Blue Roses' debut album 'Eponymous'.You may not have heard of Blue Roses. Similarly, you may not have heard of Laura Groves. But, whether you have or you haven't, you now know that they...

Review posted on 1st April 2009

Mr Bones and The Dreamers - Are These Actual Miles?

Mr Bones and The Dreamers - Are These Actual Miles?

Review of Mr Bones and The Dreamers' single 'Are These Actual Miles?'Less is more with pathos, generally speaking. As is the case with Mr Bones and the Dreamers, it can sound very overused. His voice...

Review posted on 1st April 2009

Fight Like Apes - Fight Like Apes and the Mystery of the Golden Medallion

Fight Like Apes - Fight Like Apes and the Mystery of the Golden Medallion

Review of Fight Like Apes debut album 'Fight Like Apes and the Mystery of the Golden Medallion'.It's hard to know where to begin with an album title like this! Dublin's self-professed 'highly motivated couch potatoes'...

Review posted on 9th March 2009

Red Light Company - Fine Fascination

Red Light Company - Fine Fascination

Review of 'Fine Fascination' the debut album from Red Light Company.Fascinating: something that many bands want to be. Some bands achieve it with seemingly little or no effort, whilst others struggle to manufacture it for...

Review posted on 9th March 2009

La Roux - In for the Kill

La Roux - In for the Kill

Review of La Roux's single 'In For The Kill'.Proof that eighties revival simply will not lie down and die, synth-pop act La Roux return with new single 'In for the Kill.' You may know them...

Review posted on 3rd March 2009

Pete Doherty - Last of the English Roses

Pete Doherty - Last of the English Roses

Review of Pete Doherty's single 'Last of the English Roses'Everyone's favourite mockney urchin has returned, but with disappointingly standard fare. Pete revisits his own well-trodden ground of vaguely nostalgic sentiments: Kinks-style memories of a forgotten...

Review posted on 3rd March 2009

Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavilion

Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavilion

Review of Animal Collective's album 'Merriweather Post Pavilion' released through Domino. The haunting opening chords to Merriweather Post Pavilion's first track 'In the Flowers' transports us once more into Animal Collective's strange parallel universe. They've...

Review posted on 3rd March 2009

Leeds Festival 2007

Leeds Festival 2007

Leeds Festival 2007ReviewSomehow it managed to slip under the noses of the BBC that Bramham Park, Leeds, was once again populated by tens of thousands of young music fans this past August Bank Holiday Weekend....

Review posted on 5th September 2007

Spotlight on Nirvana: We need to talk about Spencer Elden

Spotlight on Nirvana: We need to talk about Spencer Elden

The baby on Nirvana’s Nevermind album is suing for sexual exploitation.

Album Of The Week: The 39th Anniversary Of 'Upstairs At Eric's' by Yazoo

Album Of The Week: The 39th Anniversary Of 'Upstairs At Eric's' by Yazoo

The unlikely pairing of the The Screamin' Ab Dabs singer Alison Moyet with "pretty boy" pop pioneer Vince Clarke may have been something of an...

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Bob Dylan is accused of sexual abuse, but fans say the facts don’t add up

Bob Dylan is accused of sexual abuse, but fans say the facts don’t add up

Fans are doing their own investigation into Bob Dylan sex abuse claims.

Album Of The Week: The 25th Anniversary of 'Beautiful Freak' by Eels

Album Of The Week: The 25th Anniversary of 'Beautiful Freak' by Eels

Left-field alternative pop didn't really get any better than 'Beautiful Freak' in 1996 and arguably it's rarely been bettered since.

Nick Kingswell talks to us about the paramount importance of creative control, being in the presence of Adrianne Lenker and pursuing songs [EXCLUSIVE]

Nick Kingswell talks to us about the paramount importance of creative control, being in the presence of Adrianne Lenker and pursuing songs [EXCLUSIVE]

London based Australian artist Nick Kingswell says that he "can't wait to share [his] new songs in a live setting with real humans" now that lockdown...

Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever Album Review

Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever Album Review

Happier Than Ever is one of the most highly anticipated album releases of the year, which puts an awful lot of pressure on a woman who’s faced more...

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