David Livingston

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Van Dyke Parks – ‘Songs Cycled’

Brian Wilson's lyric man revists the past and present<p>Best known as the lyricist for Brian Wilson’s cartoon symphonies on ‘Smile’, Van Dyke Parks has …

Ninja Jamm App by Ninja Tune

I’m seeing a lot music apps lately that have amazing potential but this one has a uniqueness to it thats built in. Soo happy to see a label like <i>Ninja</i> …

Solar Bears – ‘Supermigration’

Psychedelic electronica to remind us of that thing called summer<p>Released on acclaimed electronic label Planet Mu, the ambient pop on Solar Bears’ …

The Phoenix Foundation – ‘Fandango’

All-killer no-filler once again from New Zealand's finest<p>By the sounds of it, The Phoenix Foundation have been heavily packing the bong during the …

Daniel Johnston – ‘Space Ducks’

A romantic concept album about ducks - ohhhhkaaayyy<p>There’s been a dearth of concept albums about ducks recently (a gap I’d hoped to fill with my …

Darren Hayman And The Long Parliament – ‘Four Queens’

Affecting stuff as Hayman delves into history again<p>Rebranding from indie pop to alt.folk, Darren Hayman follows ‘The Violence’ – last year’s …

Golden Grrrls – ‘Golden Grrrls’

You'll wish your adolescence sounded as carefree as this<p>When your shtick is all about sounding like you’ve written all your songs in five minutes and …

Ice, Sea, Dead People – ‘If It’s Broken, Break It More’

Impatient thrills, malevolent guitars and silly screamed lyrics<p>Ice, Sea, Dead People’s second album is overloaded with malevolent guitars, silly …

Frank Turner – ‘Tape Deck Heart’

On which the punk rocker gone acoustic gets intensely personal<p>Last autumn, Frank Turner let <i>NME</i> into the suburban Los Angeles studio where he was …

STREAM DARKSTAR'S New Album

This UK trio has had me close to my speaker, their album has just made my week. The album is officially out February 5th on <b>Warp Record</b>. Expect …

Stream: The Holydrug Couple - Noctuary

This album doesn’t need much explanation, it easily rivals the beloved <b>Tame Impala</b> but with a slower more colorful flavor.<p>The Holydrug Couple have …

Beck Re-imagines Bowie’s “Sound and Vision” in 360° of Sound - The Fox Is Black

You can always count on Beck to deliver an interesting project. Whether he’s releasing customizable album art, working with puppets or putting out an …

Yeah Yeah Yeahs – ‘Sacrilege’

New York City’s finest art-punks return with a pop<p>“It’s extremely lo-fi,” flamboyant singer Karen O recently said of Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ imminent fourth …

Celebrating Sigur Ros and the Release of the ‘Valtari’ Mystery Film Experiment - The Fox Is Black

It’s impossible to celebrate Iceland on #MusicMonday without mentioning Sigur Rós. Arguably the country’s biggest musical export (next to Björk), the …

Marnie Stern – ‘The Chronicles Of Marnia’

An album as excellent as its title<p>This album deserves eight out of 10 for the title alone. Luckily, the music on this American singer-songwriter and …

Peace – ‘In Love’

The Brummie dreamers have borrowed their favourite parts from music’s past to create a headrush of love and romance<p>The narrow-minded reckon their …

Fear Of Men – ‘Early Fragments’

Melodic, pounding and exciting. Nothing to fear at all<p>Brighton’s Fear Of Men are more sinister than their breezy Cranberries-pop sound and saintly …

British Sea Power – ‘Machineries Of Joy’

More glacial indie that beautifully belies their reputation as owl-collecting kooks<p>It’s hard to stretch a description of the new BSP album beyond the …

The Flaming Lips – ‘The Terror’

It’s not a good trip, exactly, but the Lips’ experiments in loveless desolation are as uplifting as they are terrifying<p>When Wayne Coyne sang <i>“Do you</i> …

Listen to ‘Shaking The Habitual’ the new album from The Knife - The Fox Is Black

Yesterday The Knife, the acclaimed Swedish electronic duo, released a stream of their new album <i>Shaking The Habitual</i>, and boy is it a doozie. It’s …