An angry Boss attacks big business on his grim but brilliant 17th studio album...


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Thanks to Damien Love for reminding me to blog about this. It's been on my radar for a couple of weeks, but it's only since Damien emailed me a Youtube link to a trailer earlier today that I've finally got something to write about.


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After this week's Oscars post-mortem it's a relief to find this viral clip designed to whet our appetites for Prometheus, Ridley Scott's maybe-it's-a-prequel to Alien.


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Here's your chance to question the Southern Rock icon...


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The writer of No Country For Old Men and The Road is back, but not quite as you might expect...


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A visionary musician, revealed under the make-up...


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Gritty police drama from James Ellroy...


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Using a Sinatra cut-up technique, and inspired by Vic Chesnutt's tragic death, Kurt Wagner and co's latest is a dark gem...


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The lesser-known 1980s works of Jarvis Cocker...


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Their post-punk early years, boxed...


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D'Angelo's "Black Messiah": some first thoughts


When Thom Yorke sneaked out his new solo album a few months back, I managed to hold out for 66 hours before writing a review of "Tomorrow's Modern Boxes". Since waking up...