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Interview (2015)

Clientele - Interview

Tommy Gunnarsson speaks to Alasdair MacLean, the front man with cult indie pop band the Clientele, about their new compilation,out a compilation called 'Alone and Unreal: The Best of the Clientele', and their past, present and future

Interview (2010)

Clientele - Interview

Dominic Simpson speaks to the critically acclaimed and autumnal-toned the Clientele about their five albums, various EPs and the impact that their native London has had on their work.

Interview (2002)

Clientele -  Interview

In a previous issue of the Pennyblackmusic Magazine, I reviewed The Clientele's album 'Suburban Lights.' If you remember that, you may also remember that I was quite positive about it. Great. We at t


Uffe's Kallare, Växjö, Sweden, 16/10/2002

Clientele - Uffe's Kallare, Växjö, Sweden, 16/10/2002

The Clientele recently played a four date tour of Sweden. Tommy Gunnarsson catches them on fine form and at their intimate best in a tiny basement club


Music for The Age of Miracles (2017)

Fabulous, long-awaited album from melancholic indiepop outfit the Clientele who have returned after a seven year absence this time with a new fourth member

Alone and Unreal: The Best of the Clientele (2015)

Fantastic compilation from London indie trio the Clientele which collects some of their most loved songs from their back catalogue

Minotaur (2010)

Fantastic mini-album of unreleased songs from London-based indie group, the Clientele

Bonfires on the Heath (2009)

Glorious and melodic folk-tinged pop on fifth album from continously underrated London-based group, the Clientele

Lacewings / Policeman Getting Lost (2004)

First release on new indiepop 7" llimited edition label, Unpopular Records, which features two live tracks from the Clientele

Lost Weekend (2002)

"Beautiful, heady return to form " from British urban psychedela experts, the Clientele

Suburban Light (2001)

I've said it before and I'll say it again. It happens too often that bands never get the recognition they deserve during their lifetime, but after a while (often when the members themselves have forgo



Interview Relict - Interview

The project of former Clientele member Innes Phillips, the Relict released their long-awaited debut album, 'Tomorrow is Again' at the end of last year. Tommy Gunnarsson chats to him about his band's first few years


Luminaire, London, 19/11/2009 Client - Luminaire, London, 19/11/2009

Chris O' Toole is impressed by the Clientele's distinctive sound and tranquil melancholy at a home town gig at the Luminaire in London.

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