Monthly Archives: February 2011

Radiohead – The King of Limbs

Since leaving the major label world, Radiohead have – not unhappily – slipped from the public eye. Leaving aside the media storm surrounding the revolutionary Pay What You Like release of 2007’s In Rainbows, a succession of more side projects … Continue reading

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The Playlist: Factory

Listen on: Spotify / we7* Working in a factory (as any philosophy graduate sans vocation is liable to do for a decade or so post graduation), music tends to run through my mind most of the day. These tracks floated … Continue reading

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PJ Harvey – Let England Shake

Like few other artists – Björk an obvious touchstone, given their respective radicalisms – PJ Harvey has a refreshingly varied history. Her sweeping shifts of style, adhering to a policy of “if it worked before, fuck it – no need … Continue reading

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James Blake – James Blake

Early in any given year, some release or other is likely to take on the prematurely awarded and potentially dubious mantle of Zeitgeist Capturing Album of the Year. Fresh from his high placing in the BBC’s annual hype poll, James … Continue reading

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