Edgar Froese's Berlin electronica franchise got into gear with this 1972 double, Tangerine Dream's...
Proto-US hardcore from Jello Biafra and gang
It's over a decade since former actor Will Oldham took his first faltering steps in a forgotten...
Black metal from Norway
Reed shows off "heavy bear" side on two-CD tribute to 19th-century poet
Tortoise off-shoot, featuring Stereolab's Laetitia Sadier and Mary Hansen
Kings Of Convenience man goes electronic on solo debut
Third album from dancehall king
Gainsbourg's grand amour offers Oriental stylings
Ace rapper/producer shows off his soundscapes
Veterans of the Psychic Wars hammer out the soft molten metal stuff
Pumped and vacuous fourth album from rap's No 1 pin-up
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Ninth LP from veteran Canadian rockers
Cinematic album of moody instrumentals from Madder Rose duo
Radio-friendly Norwegian beat mavericks raised on R.E.M. and Teenage Fanclub
In November 2001, the owner of Tongue Master records invited Mark Eitzel to fly out to Greece and...
Three varieties of harmonic, overdriven bliss from the West Coast and Maryland
Concept album from uncompromising American singer about killing the corporate beast
Winsome, hormonally-challenged folk-pop
The story of Drake as an uncompromising musical visionary is told by Joe Boyd, John Wood, Richard Thompson, Ashley Hutchings, Beverley Martyn and more who knew the singer-songwriter.
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Kate Bush plays her first live show in 35 years
Bob Dylan to release complete Basement Tapes sessions
Neil Young: back in the recording studio
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Such has been the drooling media focus on Kate Bush this week, it might be tough to imagine British music journalists listening to anything else these past few days. I'm not, in fairness, exempt from the hysteria: here's...
Friday, 29 August 2014