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Two - Owls

13 years after releasing their debut, Owls return with their second album. It features the tracks 'Four Works of Art' and 'The Lion'.

Going Back Home - Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey

Wilko Johnson, legendary guitarist with Dr Feelgood, and Roger Daltrey, lead singer of rock giants The Who are to release a joint album ‘Going Back Home’ on the world famous Chess label which has been resurrected especially for the purpose. The album

Odludek - Jimi Goodwin

‘Odludek’ is the debut solo album by Jimi Goodwin. Co-produced by Jimi and Dan Austin (Doves, Pixies) and released by Heavenly Recordings. Having spent the last decade and a bit fronting much-missed Manchester legends Doves, Jimi Goodwin was a touch n

Explorations: The Sound of Nonesuch Records - The Barbican

Celebrating the 50th birthday of the record company, the Barbican presents five concerts which showcase the wealth of talent on the label.

War on Drugs: Lost in the Dream

Musings are anchored on motorik beats, fusing the open American landscape of 1970s rock with krautrock.

Indie Cindy - Pixies

The Pixies announce their first new album since 1991's Trompe le Monde. It includes tracks such as 'What Goes Boom' and 'Ring the Bell'.

Teeth Dreams - The Hold Steady

The Hold Steady will release their new album Teeth Dreams, their sixth album and first on its own Positive Jams imprint, via new label Washington Square, itself a newly established imprint formed by Razor & Tie. The album was produced by Nick Raskulinecz

Pixies confirm release of Indie Cindy, their first studio album in two decades

The Pixies have confirmed details of their first studio album since 1991's Trompe le Monde.

Defined Constellations: Tim Kinsella Of Owls Interviewed

With Owls' second album Two released this week, a full thirteen years after their much-loved debut, Kyle Ellison catches up with the band's Tim Kinsella to talk brotherly love and the fine-tuning of their sound.

Going Back Home review - Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey are 'brilliant in places'

This collaboration between the Who's frontman and Dr Feelgood's guitarist is a winner.