'Godfather of goth' hires former Birthday Party producer Nick Launay for 'urgent' 12th album
Ex-Smashing Pumpkin man teams up with David Pajo, formerly of Slint
Godfathers of Scandinavian rock return with sleeker hi-fi sound
Socially conscious rapper goes psychedelic, with stunning results
Sixteen years after The Smiths, Johnny Guitar goes solo
Former X rocker swaps urban noise for pastoral reverie
Unusually potent comeback continues
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New Yorker Carter Burwell scored Velvet Goldmine, which would be a coincidence (see above) if I...
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Hailing from the same US stable as The Mendoza Line, the Austin, Texas quartet Shearwater embrace a...
Both Jim Krewson and Jennie Benford were raised in tradition-steeped communities (in Pennsylvania...
Fifth album from enigmatic New York songstress
Midwestern siblings in Britpop homage
Continuing saga of the 'real' Ryan Adams
Guitar legend's moving valediction
Danish duo's debut garage-rock blast
Advances on electroclash from Omaha and Germany
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Reviewed: Kate Bush, Hammersmith Apollo, August 27, 2014
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