The Playlist: The National/ Action Bronson/ Hooded Fang
Fourteen years into their career and The National still find new ways to express the mysterious world of a man's private, neurotic thoughts.
Action Bronson ft. Lauriana Mae
Compliments 2 the Chef
Yet another excellent collaboration between the Albanian/American rapper and producer Harry Fraud. This time the rap attack features Mae's mesmerising hooks.
From the opening line on being covered in human ashes, the song's dark lyrics clash with its upbeat pop melodies.
Empress Of Tristeza
Deliciously awkward art-pop from the Spaniard's brand new EP (pictured).
Landscapes in The Mist
Vocals take a backseat on DB's new material – a bleak, haunting and cinematic take on no wave.
Arts & Ents blogs
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- 2 Paul Scholes: Manchester City were so good against Liverpool I felt like turning the television off
- 3 Notting Hill Carnival: Woman shares selfie after being ‘punched in face for telling man to stop groping her’
- 4 Homer Simpson has taken the ALS ice bucket challenge because of course he has
- 5 Do you realise just how foolish the UK looks?
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Jeremy Clarkson is a cultural tumour and needs to be removed, says comedian Frankie Boyle
Do you realise just how foolish the UK looks?
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