Tindersticks: The Waiting Room

Tindersticks: The Waiting Room

By Ed Whitelock

The world's most cinematic band has invited a collection of film directors to interpret their latest record, to stunning effect. 10 Feb 2016 // 2:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews

8 Mar 2005 // 12:00 AM

Ida are much better singers than lyricists and on their best songs the strong suit helps you forget the weak one. Of course there are those others...

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8 Mar 2005 // 12:00 AM

'What the hell? Ben Folds has a band?' I've been looking for an excuse to use 'chucklehead' in a headline. Thanks dude.

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7 Mar 2005 // 10:00 PM

	UGK: Chopped & Screwed

You think being chopped and screwed doesn't sound like a good time? Listen again...

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	Phoenix: Live! Thirty Days Ago

No cries of 'Judas!' or radical reinterpretations on this live album from the amiable French band -- just by-the-book renditions of wickedly good pop.

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	Harris Newman: Accidents with Nature and Each Other

With his innovative folk influenced instrumentals, Harris Newman is going to make the lapsteel guitar a far cooler instrument than a boring old electric guitar.

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7 Mar 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Four Volts: Triple Your Workforce

Four Volts: more electrifying than their name suggests.

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	Dasher: Panoramic Blast

Dasher rock like David Bowie. Like the New York Dolls. Like Royal Trux. Like you would rock if you actually did rock.

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7 Mar 2005 // 10:00 PM

	The Czars: Goodbye

Strange without being technically strange, The Czars have created an album that defies categorization through sheer generic quality.

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	Boom Bip: Blue Eyed in the Red Room

Where Bryan Hollon used to walk, he now runs, but he's still travelling through unique landscapes of wonder, tenderness and fear.

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7 Mar 2005 // 12:00 AM

SCTV: Volume 3

SCTV: Volume 3 finds the show in the midst of its gonzo stride.

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

Beyoncé and When Music Writing Becomes Activism

// Sound Affects

"The overall response to Beyoncé's "Formation" has been startlingly positive, but mostly for reasons attached to political agendas. It's time to investigate this trend.

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