we're quite proud of this one...
WILEY - Wiley was there at the start, setting the grime agenda and defining the Eski sound both on the mic and in the studio. Now he´s back with a cocky new album, ready to talk about Dizzee, fatherhood, and mentoring grime´s new generation of DIY talent
JUSTICE - Justice might turn the dancefloor into a neon moshpit with their roughed-up beats and metal iconography — but these two Parisian disco nerds just want to stay in, keep it clean and dream about working with Michael Jackson
DEVO - Devo formed in the early Seventies as an art-school response to a world gone violent and stupid, and ended up unlikely pop stars. As his uniformed satire squad regroup to tour Europe for the first time in 15 years, founder member Gerald Casale talks art, porn, politics — and how de-evolution shows no signs of slowing down
NO AGE - Los Angeles duo No Age make noise-fuelled shoegazing power pop, with hardcore heft and a DIY philosophy. What´s not to love?
ESPERS - On the road with Espers, astral travellers from Philadelphia who redraw the psych-folk template with pre-Raphaelite precision and shadowy prog soundscapes
PLUS: Holly Golightly, The Rebel, Matthew Dear, Xiu Xiu, Von Sudenfed, Cadence Weapon, Mika Miko, Ghislain Poirier, The Field, Monarch, Scout Niblett, Optimo, Camera Obscura, The White Stripes, Life Without Buildings, Betty Davis, Pere Ubu, etc etc, etc etc…
BONUS: A free 15 track CD in association with the Green Man Festival, featuring Joanna Newsom, Stephen Malkmus, Gruff Rhys, Vetiver, Euros Childs, Vashti Bunyan, Tunng, Alasdair Roberts, James Yorkston, The Earlies, Diane Cluck, Men-An-Tol, The Yellow Moon Band, Ellis Island Sound and North Sea Radio Orchestra.