Patrick Wolf

Patrick Wolf gets nose bleeds when he’s worried or tired – just like his dad, apparently - and right now, as he meets Clash in the bar of a rather posh London hotel he’s feeling weary.

Long Range

It came as something of a surprise to hit January with a record in the stereo from an unknown group named Long Range that spurs uncanny déjà vu with the digital necromancy of Orbital’s ‘The Girl

Mando Diao

When Mando Diao hit the road for a global 18-month tour in autumn 2004, the last place they expected to end up was the dark seedy underbelly of Red Light Europe.

Kings of Leon

Before turning into the kind of enormodrome-sleighing, chart-topping rock royalty they have become so associated with today, Kings Of Leon started out as a pack of root-tootin' rock n roll renegades.


Single ‘Me And Giuliani Down By the Schoolyard’ and 2004’s ‘Louden Up Now’ album saw the California/Oregon/New York collective signed up by Warp in the UK and jettisoned to the forefront of


Grinderman woos you with poetry, slams you in the balls, steals your daughter, manhandles your psyche, mullahs your bassbin and panders to your dark side. All at the same time.


Air’s Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoît Dunckel are tucked away in a dimly lit private dining room in a posh West London hotel.


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