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Alias - The Magic Numbers

This latest album from the group features the songs 'Wake Up' and 'Thought I Wasn't Ready'.

St Vincent: Live in Concert - UK Tour

St. Vincent is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She began her music career as a member of The Polyphonic Spree and was also part of Sufjan Stevens’ touring band before forming her own band in 2006. Her debut album was Marry Me

Tied To A Star - J Mascis

New 2014 solo album from the Dinosaur Jr frontman! Cameos by Cat Power, plus members of Black Heart Procession and Miracle Legion.

First Charge of the Light Brigade – First Charge of the Light Brigade

It’s a shame Glasgow’s First Charge of the Light Brigade didn’t manage to push their self-titled debut album out a couple of months ago, when the Commonwealth Games were in town. When it comes to marketing Scotland to the world, this brand of well-c

Interpol – El Pintor

If opener and lead single All the Rage Back Home doesn’t hook from the off, fear not. Like much of this fifth album from the newly trim trio, bassist Carlos Dengler having now departed, it’s a grower.

Pulled Apart By Horses – Blood

Pulled Apart By Horses have been successfully welding grimy blues rock to post punk sensibilities for some time.

Pale Communion - Opeth

Pale Communion which was produced by the band’s very own Mikael Åkerfeldt and mixed by longtime collaborator and Porcupine Tree frontman/guitarist Steven Wilson, will be heralded by the lead single, “Cusp of Eternity”. The new material find’s

St Vincent review Annie get your axe

St Vincent's presiding genius Annie Clark exerts strict control over wild sonic experiments to exhilarating effect.

Exclusive: The Magic Numbers Alias track-by-track + tour dates

The Magic Numbers’ new album Alias was released on Monday and we’re delighted to be able to bring you this exclusive track-by-track of the new record.

CD: J Mascis - Tied to a Star

When you listen to J Mascis’ solo work - 2011’s Several Shades of Why in particular, and now this follow-up - it’s hard to imagine him doing anything else. Which is ridiculous, of course: as frontman of still-active slacker-rockers Dinosaur Jr. Masc