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The Other Colours: 361
15/03/2009

Cult early-80s figure Marie Möör and electronic producer Laurent Chamber pick up the baton of cold wave's melancholy futurism, says David McKenna. read more...

Holden: Fantomatisme
10/03/2009

The pleasures of Holden's new album are designed to be slow-release. David McKenna suggests you pay close attention. read more...

Automatiq: Veut Juste Changer le Monde et Baiser Ta Femme
09/03/2009

An acerbic debut from Lille auteur Eddie Liénard-Hanot and his band Automatiq captures David McKenna's attention. read more...

Second Sex: Petite Morte
05/03/2009

Joe Shooman gets in a lather over the energetic debut from one of the foremost Parisian ‘bébé rockeurs’ groups, Second Sex. read more...

Mansfield TYA: Seules Au Bout De 23 Secondes
05/03/2009

David McKenna admires the bracing miserablism of north-west coast duo Mansfield TYA on their excellent sophomore album. read more...

The Elderberries: Ignorance and Bliss
04/03/2009

Joe Shooman reckons that while rockin' muthas The Elderberries aren't breaking any new ground, their fuzzy, dirty-ass rock might come into its own on stage. read more...

NLF3: Ride on a Brand New Time
04/03/2009

Joe Shooman finds the dons of Prohibited records in fine fettle on their new release, navigating the waters between pop and the the left-field and sounding like a collaboration between Kraftwerk and Shellac. read more...

the dø: A Mouthful
04/03/2009

Joe Shooman salutes the genre-vaulting ambition of this Franco-Finnish duo's debut album. read more...