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18 Nov 16
The gist French duo find their funk The music Justice return with Woman, their first new album in 5 long years. Their last album Audio, Video, Disco was itself a transformation for the band, going from the dark underground electro of † to full on stadium pomp. Here they keep some of the pomp but scale back the proggy elements and bring in some more soul, disco & funk. These inspirations seem to range from Giorgio Morodor ("Alakazam!") to The Love Unlimited Orchestra ("Safe and Sound").
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Much like previous inductee Darren Hayman, the Wave Pictures seem to put everything they release on bandcamp for all to hear. This includes all of their official albums (from 2008's Instant Coffee Baby to 2015's rough and ready Great Big Flamingo Burning Moon), a good selection of recent b-sides, a covers album and a whole load of pre-Moshi Moshi recordings.

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Bandcamp can be a treasure trove or an endless maze of dissappointments, depending on which way you look at it. In the first of our bandcamp features we show you one of the very best around. Darren Hayman's page is one of the most comprehensive out there, taking in every remastered Hefner album, most of his own solo output and plenty of rarities in between. Litereally days of fun to be had, but you may as well begin at the very start, with Hefner's essential debut album Breaking God's Heart. 

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24 Jan 12
It would be difficult to write a review of Craig Finn’s debut solo record without mentioning The Hold Steady, and for that reason I won’t be attempting it. Recorded in Austin, Texas during a measly four month break from his aforementioned cohorts, the album represented an excuse for Finn to record with other musicians after writing songs which were “outside the norm” of his day-job.