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Album Review: YELLO – Point

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Classic Compilation: The Wonder Stuff – If the Beatles Had Read Hunter… The Singles

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Swiss duo Yello are a hive of contradictions and conundrums. Before starting the band in the late seventies, singer Dieter Meier was already a millionaire, Boris Blank had no formal musical training and was a truck driver. They consistently deliver nothing short of sonic excellence, yet are never mentioned in the same breath as Kraftwerk. …

With co-writes from Starrah, Ali Tamposi alongside himself, Are you even real?, the new track from Grammy award winning singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer James Blake certainly has the buzz. Written as part of Apple’s global ‘Behind the Mac’ campaign it comes off the back of Blakes recent fourth album ‘Assume Form’, which has currently clocked …

Paul Weller’s discography of the past decade has glided across new territories, from the synth-laden, Amorphous Androgenous-enlisting experimentation of “Saturn’s Patterns”(2015), to the primal heartbeat of acoustic record “True Meanings” (2018). 2020’s “On Sunset” looks to be a continuation of this, but with Weller sourcing as much from the past as the future, with new release “The Village” presenting a hazy wall of joy. Even more recently, Weller has invited fans …

Californian sisters HAIM are gearing up for the release of their forthcoming album ‘Woman In Music Pt.III’, out on June 26th via Polydor Records. From it the band have released a new single ‘I know alone’. “’I Know Alone’ was always going to be the next song we released, but it feels eerily appropriate given …

Despite being, as we all are pretty much, confined indoors, Glass Animals have revealed their third studio album ‘Dreamland’ is out on July 10th via Polydor Records. From it they’ve released a new video for the title track, the follow up for much lauded recent single Your Love (Deja Vu), showing that this promises to …

It can’t have been easy to have been a former member of The Wonder Stuff in the mid to late 90s, witnessing much watered down variations of their patented guitar-pop sound take an iron-grip on the album and singles charts. If only they could have hung for twelve more months, one more album, one interview …