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Revisiting Punk – 15 years of Mogwai’s ‘Come On Die Young’

Revisiting Punk – 15 years of Mogwai’s ‘Come On Die Young’

Henning Grabow July 24, 2014

With 'Come On Die Young' Mogwai once set standards for the post-rock-wave. Essentially though, their spirit is much more driven by a punk-ethos

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The Raveonettes – ‘Pe’ahi’

The Raveonettes – ‘Pe’ahi’

Henning Grabow July 22, 2014

Their seventh longplayer 'Pe'ahi' might come as a surprise but it's surely one of The Raveonettes' strongest efforts

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Alvvays – ‘Alvvays’

Alvvays – ‘Alvvays’

Josefine Vorwerk July 16, 2014

Dreamy indie-pop from another planet with a sunny spot in the middle of the universe: Canadian fuzz-pop-quintet's Alvvays stunning debut

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Manic Street Preachers – ‘Futurology’

Manic Street Preachers – ‘Futurology’

Henning Grabow July 14, 2014

With Futurology, the Manic Street Preachers once again proved themselves as being the band that builds bridges - ideologically and musically

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The Rolling Stones – TW Classic, Werchter – June 28, 2014

The Rolling Stones – TW Classic, Werchter – June 28, 2014

Emily Schennach July 1, 2014

After 50 years on stage The Rolling Stones still manage to get the job done and bring a rock ‘n roll show we are all longing for at this year's TW Classic

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The Antlers – ‘Familiars’

The Antlers – ‘Familiars’

Henning Grabow June 11, 2014

The Antlers present their contribution for the end of the year-polls: 'Familiars' is a classy, delicate beauty

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Pixies – ‘Indie Cindy’

Pixies – ‘Indie Cindy’

Henning Grabow April 25, 2014

Their first record in over 20 years is the Pixies' contribution to the discussion about the necessity of reunions - Indie Cindy is too okay to be good

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Kevin Drew – ‘Darlings’

Kevin Drew – ‘Darlings’

Henning Grabow March 18, 2014

Former BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE-singer KEVIN DREW's Darlings is a bunch of serious and playful songs about sex and love - a surprisingly unprentious pop-record

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