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Carnival Of Souls - Pere Ubu

Carnival Of Souls is to be released September 2014 on Fire Records. It is Pere Ubu's 18th album over a forty year career that has seen them break rules, confuse and continue to divide music critics globally. Carnival of Souls was conceived in the midst of

This Is All Yours - alt-J

The Mercury winner and Brit Nominee's stunning second album 'This is all Yours' features the singles Hunger Of The Pine, Left Hand Free and Every Other Freckle.

Pulled Apart By Horses - 'Blood'

Leeds noisecore foursome compromise their wildness on a streamlined third album

Interpol - 'El Pintor'

Revisiting the darkness and vigour of their past, the New Yorkers' fifth album is a revitalised return to form

Manipulator

Ty Segall started off as one of the leading lights of San Francisco's 2000s garage-rock scene, but as he releases his seventh solo album, the label hardly still applies.

After the End

This post-punk crew has been a familiar presence on Florida's DIY scene for years, but on its first release with a bigtime record label, you'd hardly recognize Merchandise as the band that was playing ferocious shows in storage units just a few years back

Green Language

The second album from Scottish EDM expressionist Rustie explodes outward from the palette that made him a critical darling: the cheap sound of Eighties synthesizers, the hyperkinetic feel of Nineties IDM and the rhythms of contemporary bass music.

Alt-J – This Is All Yours

Leeds quirk-rockers Alt-J must somehow follow 2012’s Mercury Prize-winning debut An Awesome Wave. But far from any rested-upon laurels, This Is All Yours is a band looking its own hype in the eye, exhibiting both innovation and a continuity that is nei

Johnny Marr; Frank Auerbach at Tate; Alex Gibney on Fela Kuti

Johnny Marr discusses his new album Playland and reflects on his relationship with the guitar from The Smiths to his solo work.

Johnny Marr; Frank Auerbach at Tate; Alex Gibney on Fela Kuti

Johnny Marr discusses his new album Playland and reflects on his relationship with the guitar from The Smiths to his solo work.