NME - March 28, 2015
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Blur - Graham Coxon gives us an exclusive guided tour of Blur’s surprise eighth album ‘The Magic Whip’, explaining the influence of Hong Kong and North Korea, themes of biological surveillance and how they made their “sci-fi Greensleeves. Courtney Barnett - Ahead of her hotly anticipated debut album, the Australian singer song writer discusses her daily crises and how she deals with being sure everyone hates her. The Charlatans - Tim Burgess and co mark the release of their defiant return-to-form 12th album Modern Nature’ by rocking Worthing Pier and talking drugs, Springsteen and going to the “soul gym”. Young Fathers - Riling the tabloids, trolling Nestle and nabbing the Mercury, the “global pop” trio set out to provoke debate and shake up the nation.
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