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Ride: Ride On Time

Together for eight years, apart for 19, and then back together for another 10. Life in Ride has often been a rollercoaster, but the band’s new album ‘Interplay’ is a synth-heavy triumph
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Jonny Trunk

Genial big cheese of the brilliantly esoteric Trunk Records, Jonny Trunk’s influences include squeaky plimsolls and pretending to be a falling leaf
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Dorothy Moskowitz: California Scheming

In the 1960s, Dorothy Moskowitz voyaged through the heart of the US avant-garde, a journey culminating in the explosive psychedelia of her influential band, The United States Of America. Six decades on, the essence of that artistic revolution is emerging again
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Woo: A Room With A Woo

Since the early 1970s, brothers Mark and Clive Ives have been recording as Woo – arguably the UK’s most prolific DIY outfit. Two new albums, ‘Robot X’ and ‘Xylophonics’, raid their vast archive. And it all began with Uncle Fred’s musical saw 
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Kim Gordon: Only Connect

Kim Gordon made her name with US rock giants Sonic Youth, but her second solo album ‘The Collective’ continues her intriguing exploration of fractured hip hop beats and “abstract poetry fucked-up shit”