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The Hoosiers - The News From Nowhere

Extra! Extra! Band in solid album shocker!
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Iggy Azalea - The New Classic

The New Twerk? TMF debates the merits of that cocky title.
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Paolo Nutini - Caustic Love

Patchy effort from one of Scotland's biggest exports.
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Chrysta Bell - This Train

David Lynch unveils his 'sexy alien'.
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Matthew and the Atlas - Other Rivers

Matt's the way we like it. Considered UK folk makes case for defence.
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Horse Party - Cover Your Eyes

Suffolk trio deliver 'hugely accomplished debut.'

EMA - The Future's Void

The second thrilling album from EMA. No, not East Midlands Airport...

LostAlone - Shapes of Screams

'The finest rock album you’ll hear this year.'
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The Hold Steady - Teeth Dreams

A welcome return to form from the New York based rockers.
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Morrissey and Marshall - And So It Began

Dublin duo's dull debut doesn't dazzle. Gary Kaill dishes the dirt.
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Hurray For The Riff Raff - Small Town Heroes

Hurray For The Riff Raff indeed. A fab fifth album from the New Orleans collective.


Staying out for the summer. Then back on the shelf?
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Cloud Nothings - Here And Nowhere Else

Everybody knows this is Nowhere.
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Band Of Skulls - Himalayan

Ain't no mountain high enough - Band of Skulls reach the summit with album number three.
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La Luz - It's Alive

It's alive - but only just. Dreamy surf-rock of the mediocre variety.
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My Chemical Romance - May Death Never Stop You

The greatest hits collection from the New Jersey emo rockers, but does it live up to what it says on the tin?
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Manchester Orchestra - Cope

Want classical music? Go tune in to Classic FM. Want full on rock? You've come to the right place.
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Simone Felice - Strangers

Don't be afraid of Strangers - it's incredibly good.

Trans - Trans EP

Former Suede axeman disappoints with new effort.
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The War On Drugs - Lost In The Dream

Hey Crockett, where's Tubbs? And get that fella from CHiPS too. Oh, and call the A-Team.

Lucius - Wildewoman

New York outfit's sublime debut album lands on these shores.

Dexters - Shimmer Gold

Dexterous little offering from London band.
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Singles of the Week

16th March 2014

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