Reviews

The Flaming Lips - With A Little Help From My Fwends

Wayne Coyne and co. continue their quest to record and release every single idea they’ve ever had with a track by track cover of The Beatles’ most beloved album that, obviously, features Miley Cyrus.

A Winged Victory For The Sullen - St. George’s Church, Brighton, 17/10/14

A demanding but beautiful indulgence in orchestral drone, in fittingly grandiose settings.

Obliterations - Poison Everything

Find an angrier hardcore release this year than Obliterations' full-length debut. We dare you.

Grouper - Ruins

Liz Harris’ songs often sound like artefacts from another time, but this is the first time she's shown an interest in examining the ruins of her own past.

NehruvianDOOM - NehruvianDOOM

Elder statesman and teen sensation join forces for a capable but predictable collaborative LP.

Rhodes - Home EP

Sensitive male singer songwriters may abound in 2014, but there’s enough that’s unique to Rhodes to make him stand out.

King Tuff - Black Moon Spell

They rocked at dawn on the front line, but do King Tuff now belong on the Home Guard?

Richard Hawley - Richard Hawley/Late Night Final/Lowedges [Reissues]

The lesser-known early parts of the Richard Hawley catalogue get reissued; the first two albums are now available on vinyl for the first time.

Sleater-Kinney - Start Together [Reissues]

The Washington trio reissue their back catalogue, and remind us that it's one of the greatest in modern rock history.

Good Times with the Benjamin Button of Indie Rock: The Charlatans’ triumphant return

The Charlatans: defiance personified. Now in their 25th year, the indie stalwarts show no sign of slowing down with a triumphant comeback show at London's The Garage on 20 October.

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