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Bilbao BBK Live Day 2: Full House for the Strokes and Rosalía

The second day of the preeminent Basque festival Bilbao BBK Live saw the Strokes and local star Rosalía cause mayhem at the sold-out event.

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Drowners: Drowners

Drowners are not quite "New Generation" nor "The Wild Ones" more "Lazy" or "Trash".

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Suede: Bloodsports

A hell of a comeback? Most assuredly. One of the best albums Suede has ever made? Well, yeah, actually. The band that ignited Britpop 20 years ago is back, cooler than ever.

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Britpop Redux: The Top 10 Suede Singles

Here they come (again), the beautiful ones. As Suede returns with its first studio album in 11 years, PopMatters ranks the top a-sides by the influential yet seldom imitated band that kickstarted Britpop two decades ago.

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Suede Offers Up Mini Doc on New Song in Advance of Upcoming LP Release

Suede's long-awaited new album 'Bloodsports' releases 18/19 March and the group recently stopped by the NME offices to discuss their new song, "It Starts and Ends With You".

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Brett Anderson: Crash About to Happen

Somber yet tuneful, the Suede frontman's latest digital single is of a caliber to match his band's best efforts.

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Brett Anderson: Black Rainbows

Iconic Suedehead's tenth record proves there's life in the old Dog Man Star yet.

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Suede... Reintroducing the Band

In the '90s, many were bigger, but few were better than Suede at their best, led by the dynamic duo of "glamly androgynous Dickensian whippet" Brett Anderson and "Danger High Voltage" whirlwind guitarist Bernard Butler. Just don't call 'em Britpop.

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Suede: The Best of

Removed from the overexcited hyperbole that heralded its arrival on the music scene, the band that kick-started the Britpop movement in the 1990s presents a new best-of compliation that does in fact compile its choice material while also indulging in its excesses.

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Brett Anderson: Slow Attack

Anderson himself says it best: "It wasn't easy to make, and it probably isn't easy to listen to."

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The Long Road to Hoo Ha: An Interview with Supergrass

Only one band survived the highs and lows of the Britpop era. We talked about this endurance, a sixth album, and other lifespan issues with Danny Goffey, the one and only drummer for... yes, Supergrass.

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