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radiohead (+various) – TKOL RMX 1234567

Ah Radiohead. Not content with letting The King of Limbs settle into its own Radiohead-discography niche, they’ve now released a remix album from the likes of Jamie xx and Four Tet less than eight months after the release of the original. TKOL RMX 1234567 (try to avoid mentioning the Kings of Leon when talking about it, the similarities exist in acronyms alone) is a thoroughly engrossing listen. Continue reading

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the glastonbury series – the lost art of keeping a secret.

One of the biggest issues we had over the course of Glastonbury Festival was trying to actually decide which bands to go and see. As well as the numerous acts announced on the lineup, there was also the excitement of the not-so-secret shows across the weekend too. This began for us on the Thursday when we ventured over to the Wow! stage to catch the “Special Guest” along with what seemed like half of Glastonbury. The best thing about it was probably the idle speculation that went on in the time spent waiting around. People were suggesting everything from Thom Yorke to Ke$ha. Unfortunately, to most people’s disappointment, it did actually turn out to be Ke$ha. Continue reading

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