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Interpol
Our Love To Admire

Wow... a single and a new album from Interpol all in one week. Am sure that's not supposed to be right but hey that's how it's happened. Our Love To Admire is in now on CD (and Limited CD) with your poor vinyl followers having to be more patient. I suspect you're all used to that but I'm sure it will be here in the next few weeks? Well so far I've ...view item »

Banks & Steelz
Anything But Words

Here is the collaboration that no-one could have expected...or indeed asked for. Funny haired Interpol leader Paul Banks hooking up with Wu Tang's RZA. The result is the kind of rap rock we could only have dreamt of back in the '80s. Careful what you wish for though - they make strange bedfellows these two. &nbs...view item »

Interpol
Turn On The Bright Lights

Starting off with the new album by Interpol. Now I thought this was surprisingly great. Harking back to the days of the mid 80's indie ala Chameleons and Kitchens Of Dinstinction. In fact it sounds an awful lot like the Kitchens Of Distinction in places. Rammed full of pop tunes th...view item »

Interpol
El Pintor - Remixes

Having run out of anagrams for their own name, NY post-punks Interpol now look to other artists to create them for their music. If you ever wanted to know what one of their sounds would sound like run through by sample goblin Panda Bear, look no further; we've also got edits by industrial dance crew Factory Floor, fuzz droner Tim Hecker and...view item »

Interpol
El Pintor

The thing is…..I like Interpol. I loved ‘Turn on the Bright Lights’, quite liked ‘Antics’, loved ‘Our Love to Admire’ and even kept on enjoying them when they lost the ability to title their albums properly. 2010’s ‘Interpol’ had enough good moments to keep me going but you did always ...view item »

Interpol
Antics

Here we go. You know those Interpol guys? They made one of the best albums EVER a couple of years back. Out of the blue. Totally flattened The Strokes with their dark & doomy take on 80's overcoat rock smeared in New York grime & stunning claustrophobic production. Like Pixies & QOTSA, a band who'd made...view item »