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The Helicopter Of The Holy Ghost is a ridiculously awkward name for all of this, although Afters is suitably resigned and inspired enough to wear the name.
'You either go the mainstream route, or the sleazy South London route', says FEET singer George of doing things in a modern indie style, 'and we’re slap bang in …
Descendents began as a trio in 1977, escaping over time their musically indeterminate beginnings as a pop/punk/surf rock hybrid.
Coldcut enjoyed chart success too. Meanwhile, the offshoot outlet DJ Food continued with the Jazz Brakes series throughout the 90s.
Wavves emerged in 2008 at roughly the same time extinction level events saw off most of his British compatriots
When you talk about Modest Mouse people largely remember them as being the band Johnny Marr was in before his solo career lit up.
Music is an industry that throws up constant paradoxes, but there were few more awkward than when Tyler, The Creator started releasing stuff about Dr. Seuss.
On Nine, Sault have let us into a place inside, one where their groundbreaking music can provoke and confound as well as entertain.
Faith is often posited as a test, but Lucy Dacus now identifies as beyond definitions easy for a two-thousand-year-old belief system to qualify.
Kings Of Convenience didn’t so much swim against the tide as completely ignore it on their understated debut Quiet Is The New Loud.
Rise Against began their career on the Chicago scene before the decision to sign with a major left the punk community underwhelmed.
Careers don’t come much more impressive, or arguably have less of a need for recapping, than Rostam’s.