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The Claypool Lennon Delirium : Monolith of Phobos

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Album Review: Alabama Shakes – Sound & Color

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IT’S AN album that came out of nowhere; Drive-By Truckers’ The New OK grew from a lockdown EP, something to occupy crack musicians after their last album, The Unraveling, collecting together some pretty powerful odds and ends from those Memphis sessions, including a fiery ‘n’ fun run-through Ramones’ “The KKK Took My Baby Away” as …

ATHENS, Georgia’s next most famous musical sons, Drive-By Truckers, have shared a lo-fi video for their cover of Ramones’ classic “The KKK Took My Baby Away”. Have a watch below. The cracking cover, in which they take Noo Yoik punk out for a spin way, waaaay past city limits and down south, is the knockabout closer …

Brooklyn based Nick Hakim asks the questions with his new album, principally that. Will this record, this piece of art make him good. As a person or as an artist is less clear, but it’s one of many he asks as he struggles to comprehend the world around him. For much of the build up …

Temples have announced details of their new, third abum. Called Hot Motion its out via ATO Records on 27th September, and from it the band have released a new video for the albums title track. According to the band, Hot Motion is a song about ‘the tensions of desire, dreams and nightmares’, which it very …

My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James’ politically charged solo album Eternally Even brought him critical recognition on its release in 2016, but he’s stepped back in time in more ways than one with his new record Tribute To 2. It harks back to his 2009 EP of covers, Tribute To, but he’s picked another set …

I know what you’re thinking if you haven’t yet heard the Sean Lennon and Les Claypool collaboration called The Claypool Lennon Delirium. You’re thinking you have no interest in hearing this band. You’ve heard Primus and all the other nautically-themed records Claypool has put out over the last 20 years on his own and with …

On Alabama Shakes debut album, Boys & Girls, they proved an affinity for the roots-y rock ‘n roll. They were a tight band with a vocalist in Brittany Howard that rivaled pretty much any young up and coming soul singer record labels were attempting to shove down our collective throats. Not only could Howard sing so …