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Music Review: F**k Buttons – Tarot Sport

Emperors new dance movement splices shoegazing with white noise. Read More »

Music Review: Future Of The Left – Travels With Myself And Another

Welsh trio conjure up beauty and aggression in equal measure. Read More »

Music Review: Kasabian – West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum

Kaleidoscopic third effort from born again Brit rockers. Far out. Read More »

Music Review: Benga – Diary of An Afro Warrior

Dubstep - or is it? Read More »

Music Review: Royksopp – Junior

Norwegian electronica duo give us the stuff of dreams for now: to come, the stuff of nightmares. Read More »

Music Review: Prefab Sprout – Two Wheels Good

A quarter of a century on, a defining moment which hid a tragedy. Read More »

Music Review: The View – Which Bitch?

Scots four piece push the indie rock boat right out, me hearties... Read More »

Music Review: White Lies – To Lose My Life

Or, "How we all used to love the music our parents were most worried about.." Read More »

Tonight: Franz Ferdinand

Tonight: Franz Ferdinand is the third album by Franz Ferdinand, released on 26 January 2009. The follow up to 2005's You Could Have It So Much Better, it was preceded by the single "Ulysses" which was available a week before. The elapsed time between releases was due to partly to the extracurricular activities of singer Alex Kapranos, who spent time ... Read More »

Indie bands

The term indie in musical terms is used generically to refer to a style of music which is predominantly – but not exclusively – influenced by late sixties pop and the punk and new wave movements of the late 1970's. It is derived from the term independent, and originally referred to the record labels which produced and distributed the artists concerned, as ... Read More »