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    • NASA - The Spirit of Apollo

    • NASA - The Spirit of Apollo

      Since mankind first asked who would win a fight between Batman and Spider-Man, our species has delighted in exploring our wildest imaginary match-ups. NASA (which in this case stands for North...

    • Various Artists - Dark Was the Night

    • Various Artists - Dark Was the Night

      There may be the odd exception – eg Neil Young’s ‘Bridge School Concerts’ album and (bits of) ‘Sweet Relief’, the Victoria Williams benefit record – but in...

    • PPP - Abundance

    • PPP - Abundance

      Take an extreme left out of the flaming pits of urban music, head past hip hop, electronica, funk and soul, and there, right next to the gleaming black gold of J Dilla’s sonic mausoleum, you...

    • The View - Which Bitch?

    • The View - Which Bitch?

      The View constantly give the impression that they’ve just been teleported into the present and have no idea what the hell’s happening around them. It’s like they’ve taken...

    • Lily Allen - It’s Not Me, It’s You

    • Lily Allen - It’s Not Me, It’s You

      What a difference several years makes. When Lily Allen first appeared on the scene, the buzz was all about her being the first MySpace celebrity, representing the iPod generation with her quirky...

    • Various Production - The Invisible Lodger

    • Various Production - The Invisible Lodger

      When these two shadowy studio boffins debuted in 2006 with ‘The World Is Gone’, it was as plain Various.  Their entrance was a suffocatingly dark and malevolent set of bass-heavy...

    • Bruce Springsteen - Working On A Dream

    • Bruce Springsteen - Working On A Dream

      Ignore the generic title and off-the-peg song names (‘Lucky Day’, ‘What Love Can Do’, ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’), this is Springsteen’s best LP –...

    • Emmy the Great - First Love

    • Emmy the Great - First Love

      She went to the same private school as Johnny Flynn, sings about a famous best friend, and isn’t doing herself any favours with the ‘Dawson’s Creek’-iness of that title. But...

    • The Hunches - Exit Dreams

    • The Hunches - Exit Dreams

      ‘Get out my eardrums!’ (sic) screams Hart Gledhill at one point, sounding as if every one of his blood vessels is fit to burst. Ironic, perhaps, given the legendarily brutal volume at...

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