Music Reviews

Har Mar Superstar - You Can Feel Me

Lame comedy R&B, strictly for haters

Various Artists - Estuary English: Music From Memphis Industries Volume One

Excellent overview of Blue States' label home

Hayden - Live At Convocation Hall

With Skyscraper National Park, the quiet ebb and flow of Paul Hayden Desser's cracked, sad-slow...

Magical Misery Tour

Ten songs of dark and disturbing genius from Seattle singer-songwriter

Peter Bruntnell - Ends Of The Earth

For a man so steeped in the honeyed hickory grit of Gram Parsons, newcomers to Bruntnell could be...

This Month In Americana

Unheralded Chicago-based tunesmith comes of age

Clue To Kalo - Come Here When You Sleepwalk

Pretty, discreet indietronica from Oz

Hot Hot Heat - Make Up The Breakdown

This month's New Strokes. Disappointing

The Detroit Cobras - Seven Easy Pieces

Full-throttle rock'n'soul mini album. From Detroit, obviously

Bent - The Everlasting Blink

Now wealthy enough to not fall foul of record company lawyers (unpaid for Nana Mouskouri samples...

Susumu Yokota - Overhead

Missing link between Yokota's soulful ambient and upbeat house projects

Scenic - The Acid Gospel Experience

Arizonan soundtrackers make ill-advised foray into space rock

Medium 21 - Killings From The Dial

Young English heirs to The Flaming Lips

The Immortal Lee County Killers II - ...Love Is A Charm Of Powerful Trouble

Punk blues recorded in a condemned shack

New York Glory

Jesse Malin THE BORDERLINE, LONDON TUESDAY JANUARY 21 2003 "Just wait til see you me with my fuckin...

Neko Case - Dingwalls, London

Acclaimed American songstress delivers

Smash And Grab

Ex-Pumpkin head pulps up the volume with his reinvented gang of 'glamadelic' grungesters

The Pretty Things

Mid-'60s reissues of variable quality

Various Artists - While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Thirty-six axe-wielders in mostly reflective mood

Various Artists - Teutonik Disaster

Essential purchase for fans of electro and German new wave

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On the morning of July 29, 1966 Bob Dylan became distracted while out riding his Triumph motorbike. Writing about the incident later in Chronicles Volume 1, Dylan rather gnomically recalled, “I had been in a motorcycle accident and I’d been hurt, but I recovered.” Of course,...