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Playlist: CSS
Playlist: CSS

29 May 2013

Following up 2010's 'La Liberacio, next month CSS are due to release their fourth album, 'Planta', through SQE Music. Recorded in LA, the...

Playlist: Club 8
Playlist: Club 8

21 May 2013

Swedish duo Club 8 release their eighth studio album, 'Above The City', the follow-up to 2010′s 'The People's Record', this week via Labrador...

Playlist: Comanechi
Playlist: Comanechi

21 February 2013

Formed in 2005 by singer/drummer Akiko Matsuura and guitarist Simon Petrovich, Comanechi followed up a string of single releases with their debut album...

Q&A: Chilly Gonzales
Q&A: Chilly Gonzales

1 August 2012

Since his first album in 2000, Chilly Gonzales has been busy taking the rap genre to places it never previously thought to travel....

Playlist: Crocodiles
Playlist: Crocodiles

31 May 2012

Noise pop outfit Crocodiles formed as a duo, Brandon Welchez and Charles Rowell, in 2008 and over the course of two albums and...

Playlist: Clock Opera
Playlist: Clock Opera

23 February 2012

Having spent the last few years turning more and more heads with a string of single releases, avant-pop quartet Clock Opera are readying...

Q&A: Chromeo
Q&A: Chromeo

16 November 2011

Chromeo's David Macklovitch (Dave 1) and Patrick Gemayel (P-Thugg) met at high school in Montreal, later signing to Canadian DJ/producer Tiga's label, Turbo,...

Q&A: Charlie Simpson
Q&A: Charlie Simpson

25 August 2011

A seventeen year old Charlie Simpson scored his first chart hit in 2002 with 'What I Go To School For', as lead guitarist...

Q&A: Cicada
Q&A: Cicada

18 August 2011

Critical Mass-signed pairing Aaron Gilbert and Alex Payne began working under their Cicada moniker in 2002, producing remixes for Depeche Mode, New Order...

Q&A: Caspa
Q&A: Caspa

20 July 2011

The working moniker of west London dubstep producer Gary McCann, Caspa has been an instrumental force in popularising his specialist genre since hitting...

Q&A: The Coathangers
Q&A: The Coathangers

15 June 2011

With no formal training, all-girl Atlanta four-piece The Coathangers started out with only semi-serious ambitions as a band, playing local parties and mastering...

Q&A: Chad Vangaalen
Q&A: Chad Vangaalen

9 June 2011

Folk auteur Chad Vangaalen made his full length debut in 2004 with 'Infiniheart', originally released through Canadian indie label Flemish Eye in 2004,...

Q&A: Cloud Control
Q&A: Cloud Control

12 May 2011

Hailing from the Sydney-adjacent Blue Mountains, indie quartet Cloud Control began making harmonic psych-pop in 2007, making their UK debut with 'Meditation Song...

Q&A: Claudia Brucken
Q&A: Claudia Brucken

27 April 2011

Bavarian singer Claudia Brucken joined synth-pop outfit Propaganda in 1982, releasing their debut album 'A Secret Wish' through then-husband Paul Morley's ZTT Records...

Q&A: Claire Nicolson
Q&A: Claire Nicolson

1 March 2011

Singer-songwriter Claire Nicolson received classical training at the Royal Academy of Music before deciding aged fifteen to take the rock n roll route,...

Playlist: Cocknbullkid
Playlist: Cocknbullkid

18 February 2011

Following a string of excellent singles over the last few years, Cocknbullkid, aka Anita Blay, will release her long-awaited debut album, 'Adulthood', in...

Q&A: Clare Maguire
Q&A: Clare Maguire

16 February 2011

Sultry singing siren Clare Maguire was signed to Polydor having caught the ears of label scouts with a number of rough but arresting...

Q&A: Chief
Q&A: Chief

18 January 2011

LA-ites Evan Koga, Mike Moonves and brothers Danny and Michael Fujikawa came together under the Chief banner after meeting as students on the...

Q&A: The Concretes
Q&A: The Concretes

11 November 2010

Formed in 1995 by Victoria Bergsman, Maria Eriksson and Lisa Milberg, The Concretes released their eponymous debut in 2004, having by then grown...

Q&A: Chiddy Bang
Q&A: Chiddy Bang

13 October 2010

Chiddy Bang - aka MC Chidera 'Chiddy' Anamege and producer Noah 'Xaphoon Jones' Beresin - met at Drexel University in 2008, and shortly...

Q&A: Cherry Ghost
Q&A: Cherry Ghost

15 September 2010

Originating in 2005 as a solo project for frontman Simon Aldred, Cherry Ghost got an early boost in 2007 by becoming one...

Q&A: Carl Barât
Q&A: Carl Barât

2 September 2010

Best known as co-frontman of The Libertines, as well as former frontman of Dirty Pretty Things, Carl Barât is getting ready to properly...

Q&A: Cranes
Q&A: Cranes

1 April 2010

Hailing from Portsmouth, Cranes were formed in the mid-80s by siblings Alison and Jim Shaw, and named after the innumerable mechanical cranes around...

Q&A: Cappo
Q&A: Cappo

31 March 2010

Born and raised in Nottingham, Cappo's first release was a three track demo in 1998 called 'First Knight', which was followed up by...

Q&A: The Crookes
Q&A: The Crookes

15 December 2009

Formed in 2008 by guitarists Alex Saunders and Daniel Hopewell, and naming themselves after the Sheffield suburb where the pair met, prior to...

Q&A: Comanechi
Q&A: Comanechi

4 December 2009

CMU favourites Comanechi are a duo from London featuring singer and drummer Akiko Matsuura (also known for her work with The Big Pink...

Q&A: Cradle Of Filth
Q&A: Cradle Of Filth

11 November 2009

Formed in 1991, Cradle Of Filth are arguably Britain's biggest extreme metal band, led by frontman Dani Filth with a fluctuating line-up which...

Q&A: Charlotte Hatherley
Q&A: Charlotte Hatherley

27 October 2009

Former Ash guitarist Charlotte Hatherley began her musical career with London punks Nightnurse at the age of 16, before joining Ash in 1997....

Q&A: Converge
Q&A: Converge

22 October 2009

Formed back in 1990, CMU favourites Converge drew influence from a range of bands, from Black Flag and The Accused to Slayer and...

Q&A: Cicada
Q&A: Cicada

30 September 2009

Cicada, aka production duo Alex Payne and Aaron Gilbert, made a name for themselves remixing the likes of Depeche Mode, New Order, Editors...

Q&A: The Crystal Method
Q&A: The Crystal Method

24 September 2009

Formed in 1993 by producer Ken Jordan and DJ Scott Kirkland, who met at a club in their home town of Las Vegas,...

Q&A: Charlie Winston
Q&A: Charlie Winston

10 September 2009

Growing up with a folk duo Jeff and Julie Gleave for parents, it's perhaps unsurprising that Charlie Winston and two of his siblings...

Q&A: The Cribs
Q&A: The Cribs

4 August 2009

The Cribs was formed by twins Gary and Ryan Jarman and their younger brother Ross in 2001. After touring heavily, the band released...

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