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Reviews


Bravery (2005)


An Honest Mistake
Unappealing new single from the up-and-coming and much hyped the Bravery


Celeste (2021)


Not Your Muse
Fantastic debut album from Celeste who lives up to all her promise after winning a BRITS Rising Star award


Cure (2004)


Taking Off
Classy new single from The Cure which finds them back at their hip-swinging best


Ellie Goulding (2020)


Brightest Blue
Appealing and diverse fourth album from bestselling and acclaimed singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding


Inhaler (2021)


It Won't Always Be Like This
Eclectic and exuberant debut album rom bestselling Irish band Inhaler



Loretta Lynn (2004)


Van Lear Rose
Major resurgence in fortunes and critical standing on new album from country artist Loretta Lynn, which finds her collaborating with the White Stripes' Jack White


Maccabees (2007)


About Your Dress
Catchy, but over familiar-sounding indie guitar rock from up and coming young Birmingham band the Maccabees


Morrissey (2009)


I’m Throwing My Arms around Paris
Classy multi-formatted new single from Morrisey, the first from his 'Refusal' album


Papa Roach (2009)


Lifeline
Capable and surprisingly upbeat latest single from Californian nu-metal act, Papa Roach


Roger Daltrey (2018)


As Long as I Have You
Era-spanning, richly-orchestrated ninth solo album frome Who frontman Roger Daltrey which proves to be essential listening



Simian Mobile Disco (2009)


Temporary is Pleasure
Brilliant second album of dance anthems from London electronic duo Simian Mobile Disco which features an array of guest artists inlcuding Gruff Rhys, Chris Keating of Yeasayer, Beth Ditto, Jamie Lidell, Alexis Taylor from Hot Chip and New York avant-garde duo Telepathe


Sophie Ellis-Bextor (2007)


Catch You
Disco flavoured new wave on excellent comeback single from Sophie Ellis-Bextor, who has taken time out to have a baby


Who (2020)


Who
Energetic and versatile eponymous first album in over a decade from rock veterans The Who


Who (2021)


The Stereo Bonus Tracks
Fantastic digital only EP which provides alternative versions of The Who's 1967 album The Who Sells Out', which is being reissued in an expanded version


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Interviews

Silver Sun
Second Time Lucky ?-An Interview with James Broad Silver Sun - Second Time Lucky ?-An Interview with James Broad

One of the great pop acts of the 90's, Silver Sun had various hits and released two albums, but broke up in acrimony when their label Polydor collapsed. Frontman James Broad speaks about the band's reformation and forthcoming eventual third album


Profiles

Profile
Ian Dury Ian Dury - Ian Dury

Anthony Dhanendran reflects upon Ian Dury's early 1980s albums on the Polydor label, 'Lord Upminster' and '4,000 Weeks Holiday', which have both just been reissued on CD







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