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King Creosote - Not One Bit Ashamed

King Creosote - Not One Bit Ashamed

King Creosote, aka Kenny Anderson, takes the moral high ground, and charms the listener, in this tale of a love gone wrong - Mark Thompson reviews.

DangerDoom - The Mouse And The Mask

DangerDoom - The Mouse And The Mask

Hot on the heels of his success as producer for Gorillaz' 'Demon Days', Danger Mouse teams up with Tefal-faced rapper Mf Doom and a whole host of oddball characters from Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. The result is a playground riot, Mark Thompson assesses the damage.

Boards Of Canada - The Campfire Headphase

Boards Of Canada - The Campfire Headphase

Calling all psychedelic tree-huggers!! Electronic woodland creatures Boards of Canada emerge from hibernation for the Autumn. Is Mark Thompson 'nuts' (arf!) about their new album? Read on to find out....

Alfie - Crying At Teatime

Alfie - Crying At Teatime

Do you like gravy? No?!! Well, good. But do you like The Flaming Lips? Super Furry Animals? Or even ELO?? If so, Mark Thompson thinks you should find a little room in your heart for Alfie's vibrant, multi-coloured pop. Well, what are you waiting for? Go read his review of their latest album now!

Infadels - Jagger '67

Infadels - Jagger '67

Gobby noiseniks Infadels have a new single out, but is it worth breaking your piggy bank for? Mark Thompson reviews.

Le Tigre - This Island - Remixes

Le Tigre - This Island - Remixes

Bikini Kill overspill and electroclash brats Le Tigre get the re-rub treatment. Mark Thompson reviews.

Isolée - We Are Monster

Isolée - We Are Monster

Isolée return with a long-awaited follow-up to their debut album. The cap is doffed to the halcyon days of Orbital, Underworld and Kraftwerk but the focus is firmly on the dancefloor and the future...