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Marvin Gaye review in NME

Marvin Gaye

Marvin Gaye’s Your The Man was recently reviewed in NME.

The eerie parallels between 1972 and 2019 mean that this timeless, long-shelved record feels especially’s a pleasure to listen to, inviting a new generation to connect with the legendary singer.
— Thomas Hobbs, NME

Marvin Gaye at Clash


Marvin Gaye - unreleased album news at Clash.

The soul giant’s 80th birthday would have landed on April 2nd, and to celebrate something special has been unearthed from the vaults.
— Clash

Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman at NME


Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman ft. Nick Cave at NME.

Listen to ‘Our Lady Of Light’, Nick Cave’s new collaboration with New York author Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman.

Glen Hansard at The Line Of Best Fit


Glen Hansard new album news at The Line Of Best Fit.

Oscar-winning Glen Hansard is back with news of his fourth solo record ‘This Wild Willing’, announced alongside lead single ‘I’ll Be You, Be Me’.
— The Line Of Best Fit

Placebo at Noisey


Placebo interview on ‘Without You I’m Nothing’ at Noisey.

We spoke to bassist Stefan Olsdal about intimacy, otherness and sticking to your convictions – all things that packed the album with enough gut punches to stand the test of two decades.
— Noisey

Thelonious Monk at Bandcamp Daily


Thelonious Monk at Bandcamp Daily.

To drop the needle on Mønk, a newly released live set cut by jazz pianist Thelonious Monk in 1963, is to hear a slice of history that almost dissolved into dust.
— Bandcamp Daily

Mott The Hoople at The Express


Mott The Hoople box set news at The Express

The studio albums have all been remastered from the original tapes by renowned engineer Andy Pearce and are complemented by bonus tracks selected by Mott the Hoople expert Kris Needs.
— The Daily Express

Bob Marley at Uncut


Bob Marley exclusive remixed track at Uncut

Alongside the original album, this anniversary edition will feature Kaya 40 – Stephen “Ragga” Marley’s new mixes of all 10 tracks from Kaya.
— Uncut

Johnny Borrell track premiere at NME


Johnny Borrell new solo track ‘My World, Your Life’ premiere at NME

Taking in West African, South American, Celtic, Basque and British influences, the sound is what Borrell calls “Atlantic music, influenced by both Atlantic coasts”.

Gomez previously unreleased track on NME


Gomez have unveiled the previously unreleased track ‘Collapse’ on NME

To celebrate the upcoming reissue and tour for the 20th anniversary of their seminal album ‘Bring It On‘, Gomez have unveiled the previously unreleased track ‘Collapse’.

Afrikan Boy video premiere at The Fader


Afrikan Boy 'Wot It Do?' video premiere at The Fader

Afrikan Boy channels the energy and bounce of the song as he dances on rooftops around London, bringing in people of all ages to vibe with him and his music.
— The Fader

Sex Pistols interview in NME


Sex Pistols interview in NME.

Sex Pistols’ Steve Jones on ‘Never Mind The Bollocks’, reunions and John Lydon’s Trump comments.

Sex Pistols interview with Kerrang!


Sex Pistols - Steve Jones interview with Kerrang!

Ahead of the 40th anniversary reissue of Never Mind The Bollocks, the Sex Pistols guitarist talked sobriety, maturity and the flight to London kicking his arse.
— Kerrang

Elliott Smith retrospective on Dazed

Revisiting Elliott Smith’s seminal Either/Or on Dazed

As his breakthrough third album turns 20, we look back on a transitional period for the late singer-songwriter
— Dazed

John K Samson interview on The Independent

Frank Turner interviews ccc

Neil Young has been a big influence on me, though maybe not as overtly as, say, Billy Bragg and John Prine and so on.
— John K Samson on The Independent

Bad Religion's Greg Graffin interview on Huck Magazine

Bad Religion's Greg Graffin interview on Huck Magazine

Bad Religion frontman Greg Graffin is now an established author and professor in evolutionary science, having branched into other platforms to reach people. But he still can’t resist recording new music.
— Huck Magazine

Otis Redding unreleased track on Uncut

Otis Redding never-before-released track on Uncut.

The comprehensive six-disc set collects in chronological order Redding’s seven sets recorded between Friday, April 8 – Sunday, April 10, 1966.
— Uncut