Monthly Archives: February 2011

Radiohead-The King of Limbs

Radiohead changed the face of releasing music with their last album ‘In Rainbows’ and now with their eighth studio recording they release an album before anyone even realised they’d recorded one. Although ‘The King of Limbs’ is only 8 songs … Continue reading

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P J Harvey- Let England Shake

On this her Eighth studio album P J surprises again, gone is the fuzzed guitar of her early work, the blues stomp of her mid-period and the piano of her last album replaced by ethereal echoes, war and zither. On … Continue reading

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Piranha

Fish ‘n’ tits.

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Jack Goes Boating

The Doors famously sang ‘People are strange’ and in Philip Seymour Hoffman’s directorial debut they certainly are. Hoffman plays Jack a New York limo driver who is talked into a blind date by his friends Clyde and Lucy with Connie, … Continue reading

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Bright Eyes-The People’s Key

Once hailed as the next boy wonder and with a string of great early albums ‘Letting of the Happiness’, ‘Lifted’ and ‘Fevers & Mirrors’ Conor Oberst has delivered a somewhat patchy output of late. ‘The People’s Key’ is his first … Continue reading

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The Joy Formidable-The Big Roar

On this, their first major label debut, some of the songs will be familiar if you own previous outing ‘Balloon Called Moaning’ but they have been spruced up with a confidence that can only come from a band that have … Continue reading

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