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Seeking the headliners of tomorrow
22nd Aug 2015

Where's our next generation of headlining bands? My immediate, flippant response to that question — posed to a colleague by Rolling Stone editor Lalitha Suhasini — was that they're probably on Qu

Something rotten in the state of indie music journalism
27th Jun 2015

Every so often, a young writer, fresh out of college and with rose-tinted glasses firmly affixed to the top of his nose, will ask me for advice on how to get into music writing. A few years ago, I wou

Noise for your shelf: Best albums of 2013
28th Dec 2013
Noise for your shelf: Best albums of 2013

Artist: Death GripsAlbum: Government Plates The one where the seminal Sacramento noise-rap act learn to employ a scalpel as well as they do high explosive. The rage and abrasiveness that characterise

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Seeking the headliners of tomorrow
22nd Aug 2015

Where's our next generation of headlining bands? My immediate, flippant response to that question — posed to a colleague by Rolling Stone editor Lalitha Suhasini — was that they're probably on Qu

Something rotten in the state of indie music journalism
27th Jun 2015

Every so often, a young writer, fresh out of college and with rose-tinted glasses firmly affixed to the top of his nose, will ask me for advice on how to get into music writing. A few years ago, I wou

Cynicism & love in modern times
30th May 2015

Father John Misty is the goofy, cynical, overwhelmingly self-aware alter-ego of Joshua Tillman, the American folk-singer probably best known for his stint as drummer for choral-folk outfit Fleet Foxes

Eurodance flashbacks: If you like to party, get on and move your body
16th May 2015
Eurodance flashbacks: If you like to party, get on and move your body

It was at a traffic signal on the Western Express highway, as we battled our way through the commuter rush to get to Kurla's Phoenix Marketcity mall, that I started to have second thoughts about atten

White men are black men too
2nd May 2015
White men are black men too

When Edinburgh-based Young Fathers started getting noticed, they were clubbed under the same "experimental hip-hop" tag as other hard-to-categorise contemporaries like Death Grips and Shabazz Palaces.

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