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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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Bright Phoebus

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Bright Phoebus, Lal and Mike Waterson’s 1972 folk-noir masterpiece, has long been recognised as one of British music's legendary lost records. Following the parting of ...View 'Bright Phoebus'?

 
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HOT CHIP

If you’re looking for them, the clues are there in plain sight. Right there, in the glimmer and thump of opening track ‘Huarache Lights’, a looped mantra nails Hot Chip’s collective psyche six albums in. It’s simple but pensive:

Replace us with the things that do the job better.”

It's both a bold call to arms and a statement of nagging doubt. If they've been too long in the game, if they need replacing, somebody else better get on with it - and it better be good.

Alexis Taylor explains: “I was trying to capture the feeling of excitement... Read »