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Sep 08, 2021

Lonely Guest (the project of trip hop legend Tricky) have announced the release of its self-titled debut album. The album, produced by Tricky, is a collaboration of many musicians, such as IDLES’ Joe Talbot, the late Lee “Scratch” Perry, and Maxïmo Park’s Paul Smith, and it will be out on October 22 via False Idols. Its lead single, “On a Move,” which features London rapper Kway, has just been released. More


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2005 Year-End Artist Survey

Jan 01, 2006

Paul Smith’s Top Ten Albums of 2005 More


Mar 16, 2021

By this stage in their career, UK rock band Maxïmo Park could be forgiven for being fairly settled into their modus operandi. More

Feb 11, 2014

With 2012’s The National Health, Maxïmo Park reclaimed the mystique of what made their early work so brilliantthe angular guitars, the witty lyrics, the propulsive motorik drive. Although the opening track to the band’s fifth album, “Give, Get, Take” pulses with energy and tension, ending with the question, “Where do we go from here?” Too Much Information is, at best, a hard left turn from The National Health, and, at worst, a letdown. More

Sep 13, 2012

Maxïmo Park blasted out of the U.K. in 2005 with A Certain Trigger, an album of angular, fast-paced post-whatever rock and roll that was gripping in both its musical heft and its incisive lyrical dexterity. The National Health represents a true return to form. More