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Always Ascending

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A triumphant recasting, Franz Ferdinand's Always Ascending is as exuberant as it is euphoric, bursting with fresh ideas born of what Alex Kapranos calls "aggressive sonic experimentation." With the ...View 'Always Ascending'?

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Relatives In Descent

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TRACK LISTING

01. A Private Understanding
02. Here Is The Thing
03. My Children
04. Caitriona
05. The Chuckler
06. Windsor Hum
07. Don’t Go To ...View 'Relatives In Descent'?

 
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STEPHEN MALKMUS & THE JICKS SHARE NEW SONG 'MIDDLE AMERICA'

Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks | 07/02/18

Today, Portland, OR’s Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks release new single ‘Middle America’ - the first new music to surface from the group since 2014. Plus touring North America from June.

CROWS FEET ARE INGRAINED ON MY FACE: A TRIBUTE TO MARK E. SMITH

The Fall | 25/01/18

 

Crows Feet Are Ingrained On My Face

A tribute to Mark E. Smith by Richard King.

In 2010, following the success of the Von Südenfed record, it was agreed that Domino would release the next album by The Fall. I was charged with writing the biography for the release and was given a number to ring in order to speak with Mark E. Smith. Elena Poulou answered the phone and in the background I... Read more?

MARTIN COURTNEY

Now that every record is a “big event”, it’s hard to figure out what really matters. Sometimes the quieter moments are things you connect with, and Martin Courtney (given name Martin Courtney IV), the frontman of Real Estate, just made an album of intimate moments worth treasuring.

After the 2014 release of Atlas, the third LP from Ridgewood, New Jersey’s Real Estate, Courtney started quietly chipping away at some new songs while he was waiting to head back on the road with his band. The idea was that they would be his songs. They’d be a little more compact and concise,... Read »