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Top 5 albums of 2015 so far according to NME

NME’s Top 5 albums of 2015 (so far)

1. Bjork – Archives

Released to coincide with her career-crowning exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, Björk’s second official book presents itself as a very serious tome. 2,028 more words

Music

Spectres @ The Soundhouse, Leicester, 6/03/2015. Live Review

Often compared to the likes of early Sonic Youth and My Bloody Valentine at their most ear splitting, Spectres’ live show is not something for the faint-hearted. 505 more words

Spectres Live at Sticky Mike's

“We killed guitars,” boast Spectres on their Twitter bio. We’re not exactly sure what this means, but death, it transpires, is to be a dominant theme at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar tonight. 431 more words

Album Review: Spectres "Dying"

Spectres Dying
(Sonic Cathedral – February 23, 2015)
(Rock, Drone, Noise)

That illusive desert groove.

Ever since Dave Grohl gave his public endorsement to Kyuss in 1992, the world has binged and sometime ignored that particular brand of bodily drone. 677 more words

Indie

SPECTRES.

The best kind of music is the kind that terrifies you. You play it before you go to sleep and before you know it, you are having the most painful and obscure dreams possible.  631 more words