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The Church: Man Woman Life Death Infinity

With an album title that tries to cover everyone everywhere for all time, the Church's latest just might please them all.

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The Heavenly Reverberations of the Church's "Under the Milky Way"

Into 1988's pop music climate came “Under the Milky Way”, a moody, jangly song that didn’t fit in. Its closest contemporaries were R.E.M. and the local “paisley underground” scene of Los Angeles, which included bands like the Bangles and Rain Parade.

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Isidore: Life Somewhere Else

Steve Kilbey of the Church and Jeffrey Cain of Remy Zero make good on the incredible amount of promise Isidore first offered eight years ago.

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Steve Kilbey & Martin Kennedy: White Magic

The second collaboration between the Church frontman and All India Radio instrumentalist is a bit more lax than the first.

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There’s No Money in Integrity: An Interview with Steve Kilbey of the Church

They were poised to be the next U2 after the ubiquitous single "Under the Milky Way" took America by storm in the late '80s. That didn't happen, but despite internal strife, debilitating heroin addiction and the curse of grunge, leader Steve Kilbey and the Church are doing just fine.

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Steve Kilbey: Monsters n Mirages

I painted a picture of myself... gotta problem with that?

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The Church: 5.April.2010 - Los Angeles

A year after their 20th full-length release, Untitled #23, Austalian heavyweights The Church played LA's Roxy Theatre Monday night as one of the first stops along their "An Intimate Space 30th Anniversary North American Tour 2010" tour.

Sean Costello
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Steve Kilbey & Martin Kennedy: Unseen Music, Unheard Words

Members of the Church and All India Radio hook up for a thoughtful, atmospheric excursion.

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Steve Kilbey: Painkiller / Marty Willson-Piper: Nightjar

More than just teasers for the upcoming Church album, these 2008 solo efforts from Steve Kilbey and Marty Willson-Piper are ambitious and revealing. And you may be surprised by who's taken some big artistic strides.

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Noctorum: Offer the Light

Offer the Light is a well-produced, well-performed set from an obvious veteran of the industry.

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The Church: El Momento Siguiente

The second acoustic set from the veteran Aussie psych-rockers is almost as good as the first.

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The Church: Uninvited, Like the Clouds

Can we all agree now that the Church are back to form and have been for a few years?

Dan Raper

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