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Delgados (2002)

Dark, doom laden fourth album from the Delgados, which, despite Emma Pollock's always impressive vocals, will be of appeal to hardcore fans only

Delgados (2003)

Worthy, if slightly too predictable new single from the Delgados

Dot Allison (2002)

Strung Out
Strong new single from the consistently under-rated Dot Allison, which bridges the gap between ambience and rock

King Of Woolworths (2001)

Originally on a hard-to-find 10", it's about time this excellent track got a proper airing. For those who remember his last release (the deeply claustrophobic electro scare tactics of 'Stalker Song'),

Six By Seven (2002)

The Way I Feel Today
"Unrelenting combination of raw emotion, noise and imaginative song writing", and possible breakthrough third album from "uncompromising indie-rock outsiders" Six by Seven

Six By Seven (2002)

All My New Best Friends
Oddly mellow, but acerbic EP release from the acid-toned Six by Seven



Interview Delgados - Interview

The Delgados fourth album 'Hate' is the band's most critically acclaimed album to date yet. Anthony Strutt talks to frontwoman Emma Pollock about is recording, and the band's decision to switch to Mantra from their own Chemikal Underground label


Six by Seven
Sheffield Leadmill, 23/11/2002 Six By Seven - Sheffield Leadmill, 23/11/2002

Despite recently being dropped by Mantra Records, shortly after releasing their critically acclaimed third album, 'The Way I Feel Today', Six by Seven have lost none of their passion.. Denzil Watson catches them in intense form at the Sheffield Leadmill

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