On their long-awaited tenth album, the compellingly inconsistent Primal Scream sound genuinely determined to prove themselves but whether they pull it off or not is another question.
It’s us against them on the band’s ultraviolent sixth effort, which sounds like indie rock’s first post-Game of Thrones album.
“What the heck,” Edwyn Collins sings, “I’m living now.” The indie rock godhead’s newest LP is the sound of a man on the mend.
Best Fit catches up with Robyn Hitchcock to talk about his new album, the importance of admin and “giving birth to yourself”.
Alone in the wilderness, singing hymns to himself, James is as succinct as he’s ever been on record: a fascinating musical backroad to find yourself stranded in.
With a new instrumental album under the revived L. Pierre moniker just out, Aidan Moffat talks to Best Fit about Peter Pan, Eraserhead and the “sheer joy” of pure pop music.
Eno’s new record is the sound of a man who knows precisely what he’s doing; there’s a heart to it, certainly, but it’s a tricky organ to get a handle on.
The rising Canadian singer-songwriter waxes lyrical about his new album ’2′, touring in his mother’s car, the quest for the perfect cigarette and the inherent funniness of the name Gary.
A six-disc reissue that proves it’s still a total mess of an album – but Christ, what a mess.
After a career of obliqueness and wit, A.C. Newman’s Shut Down The Streets is a matter of life and death. And, master of songcraft that he is, it turns out those themes suit him well.
Yet more proof that the coolest member of the Velvet Underground has still got it.
The trouble with Robert Pollard is not that he needs an editor. It’s that there need to be more hours in a day in which his fans can digest his output. We try his fourth album of the year on for size.
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