THIS IS OUR MUSIC: Echo & the Bunnymen – “Crocodiles”, live at London, 18 July 1983

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Twilight Sad Are Back

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Twilight Sad Are Back.

After a too long absence, the Twilight Sad have shared a new single, the curiously titled I/m Not Here [missing face].

It’s a driving, motorik return, with wailing guitars and swirling synths circling around frontman James Graham’s repeated declarations of “I don’t want to be around you anymore.”

It’s a fabulous return.

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UNDER THE RADAR: Jane Weaver – “The Architect”

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UNDER THE RADAR: Jane Weaver – “The Architect”.

Having recorded 6 critically acclaimed self-penned solo albums Jane Weaver has also written and recorded with a wide range of multi-disciplined artists as well as contribute sound-installation projects, various international theatrical institutes as a film re-composer, as a compiler for Finders Keepers records, and as an author of children’s books.

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UNDER THE RADAR: Spiritualized Are Back

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UNDER THE RADAR: Spiritualized Are Back.

Space rock legends Spiritualized have announced news of their new studio album, And Nothing Hurt, due for release 7 September via Bella Union in the UK/Europe and Fat Possum in the US.

The band have shared the brilliant lead single I’m Your Man, which wraps layer upon layer of gloriously transcendent sound together to create something utterly mesmerising and cinematic, and with a towering guitar solo – .where the waves of blissful noise are almost overwhelming.

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NEW VIDEO: The Dream Syndicate – “How Did I Find Myself Here” (feat. John Paul Jones)

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NEW VIDEO: The Dream Syndicate – “How Did I Find Myself Here” (feat. John Paul Jones).

“Here’s a brand new video of a live version of “How Did I Find Myself Here” as performed with John Paul Jones at the Sun Station Vadso festival up in Norway exactly one year ago. Thanks to JPJ’s wild outer-space purple lap steel guitar explorations and the ensuing stringed interplay shenanigans, this version gets even freakier than the one that appeared on our studio album last year. Jason and John duke it out, toe to toe, fret to fret and no one gets out alive. Filmed and edited by Nick Edwards.”