Music Reviews

The Residents - Demons Dance Alone

Mysterious Californian outsider outfit release album written in wake of September 11

Retro '60s garage rock from Scandinavian quartet

Various Artists - Risiko 100

Ultra-hip German label gets birthday cake and bunting treatment

Paul Barman - Paullelujah

Unlikely as he is—a white, upper-class rapper who positively revels in his Ivy Leaguery...

The Sea And Cake - One Bedroom

Chicago indie jazzers' latest, featuring cover of Bowie's "Sound And Vision"

Various Artists - Digital Disco

Avant-electro types dazzled by mirrorballs

The Ramainz - Live In NYC

Final offering from da bruddas past their gabba-gabba heyday

Henri Texier - Azur Quintet

Moody and fascinating European orchestral jazz

Power To The People

Eighth album from rap renegades is a 21-track jumble of new tracks, live performances and fan...

The Very Best Of The Tube - Universal TV

It's the 20th anniversary—already—of the groundbreaking TV pop show where enigmatic...

Die Another Day - Warners

Another day, another Bond movie. Forgive me if I can't get worked up about the McConcept, although...

28 Days Later - XL

Danny Boyle's arty horror flick started brilliantly, ended badly, and was scored by a fast-rising...

This Month In Soundtracks

The producers of 8 Mile expect it to do for hip hop what The Blackboard Jungle did for rock'n'roll...

Masami Akita & Russell Haswell - Satanstornade

Noise, basically. Catalogue number 666

The Broken Family Band - The King Will Build A Disco

Seven-track mini album from UK alt.country act

Satellite - Fear Of Gravity

Promising, optimistic debut from 21st-century Prefab Sprout

Power Pop - Three Minute Warning

Ring in the new year with the best in ringing guitars from the USA

The Solarflares - Look What I Made Out Of My Head

Medway-raised ramalama from onetime '80s cult heroes

Billy Joe Shaver - Freedom's Child

Hard-country survivor soldiers on with his 12th studio album

Just Jack - Diversion Tactics

Home-grown hip hop which is proud of its origins

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The 40th Uncut Playlist Of 2014


A glut of very exciting 2015 music this week, but before you get to that, maybe check out the Milton Nascimento track below which, as KidVinil Vinil pointed out in the comments section beneath...