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Sterling Roswell // In Short

We caught up with legendary Drummer Sterling Roswell before his solo project plays at Rough Trade East tomorrow.

Gum Takes Tooth – Mirrors Fold // Album Reviews

Gum Takes Tooth can as easily serve up palate-cleansing ambient interference as they can tear into mind-numbing drone, Mirrors Fold an hour of the most pleasurable pain

Furs // Live Review

Furs unfurl 45 minutes of majestic and bittersweet psychedelic rock.

The High Dials // In Short

Ready to dig the High Dials? The Canadian band make anthemic pop shaded with a touch of shoegaze.

Withered Hand // In Short

Withered Hand plays Scala in October read what he has to say about David Bowie and Pokemon.

Blonde Redhead – Barragán // Album Review

Nine albums in and the trio hammers out the most ramshackle, loose, gritty and shambolic effort of their 21-year career - and it’s great

Wooden Wand // In Short

We caught up with Wooden Wand before his Fire Records showcase at The Lexington next week.

Raw Power Weekender // Live Review

A review of the incredible second ever Raw Power Weekender at Tufnell Park Dome by Geoff Cowart

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Hypnotic Eye // Album review

a return to form that thankfully buries the memory of the corny The Last DJ and the exhausted blues pastiche of Mojo to another era.

Homeboy Sandman // In Short

We catch up with Homeboy Sandman before the release of his new LP Hallways and London Show at KOKO

Land Observations // In Short

whether he’s playing loud or quiet, attacking or placid, ambient guitar specialist James Brooks – aka Land Observations – knows how to build a groove

Luke Sital Singh // In Short

an album of extraordinary power and brutal candour - an in short with Luke Sital Singh on release of his debut album

Trans Am – Volume X // Album Review

Trans Am's dizzying mix of raw krautrock, technical metal and pulsing electronica has never sounded better, but at a criminally-short 38 minutes the songs need more time to explore their potential

Jenny Lewis – The Voyager // Album Review

it’s the new Lewis on show here who takes pride in her scars and is able to majestically harness her emotional big bang into one superb album.

Flowers // In Short

Drawing a line between the joyous fuzz pop of The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart and the minimalist brilliance of Young Marble Giants come the young London trio Flowers.

Cassels // In Short

We talk to the brothers Cassels before their show at The Garage next month

LONDON MASH: Steve Hindy // Interview

Andrew Gerson talks to Steve Hindy about all the exciting things going on for Brooklyn Brewery's London Mash

London Mash: Andrew Gerson // Interview

Andrew Gerson talks to Geoff Cowart about all the exciting things going on for Brooklyn Brewery's London Mash

The Moles – Flashbacks and Dream Sequences: The Story of The...

In four short years of The Moles, he managed to create timeless, sophisticated pop music that still resonates loudly in its visceral majesty.

Little Dragon // Live Review

Nagano sounds much more at home singing on SBTRKT’s deep cuts than with her brittle, long-serving band.

To Rococo Rot – Instrument // Album Review

Instruments finds the Berlin trio in a surprisingly relaxed and inspired mood, recalling Tortoise at their very best

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