Elbow’s Seldom Seen Kid Reviewed!

Plus Stephen Malkmus and Gutter Twins in our new albums round-up

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Uncut.co.uk publishes a weekly selection of music reviews; including new, reissued and compilation albums. Find out about the best here, by clicking on the album titles below.

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These albums are all set for release next week (March 17):

Elbow – The Seldom Seen Kid – Guy Garvey and band return with great fourth album, featuring a duet with Richard Hawley too.

Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks – Real Emotional Trash – Former Pavement slacker Malkmus returns with second album backed by the Jicks.

The Gutter Twins – Saturnalia – Former Screaming Tree and QOTSA singer Mark Lanegan teams up with Afghan Whig Greg Dulli for Sub Pop Records birthday present.

Plus here are some of UNCUT’s recommended new releases from the past few weeks – check out these albums if you haven’t already:

Various Artists – Theme Time Radio Hour With Your Host Bob Dylan – A fully authorised two-CD collection of Bob Dylans cool radio show has finally been collated.

The Black Crowes – Warpaint The Black Crowes return after a seven year silence, with an album that “operates comfortably inside parameters defined by The Rolling Stones, The Band, The Faces and Creedence Clearwater Revival”.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Dig, Lazurus, Dig!!! – “The band has never sounded better, and Cave seems to have relaxed into the hysteria of his vocal style; like Elmer Gantry singing Leonard Cohen at a tent-revival.”

Duffy – Rockferry – Debut album from the Welsh soul singer, on to her third week at the top of the UK singles chart with track ‘Mercy’.

Hot Chip – Made In The Dark

For more reviews from the 3000+ UNCUT archive – check out: www.uncut.co.uk/music/reviews.

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