Looking back at… Music Has The Right To Children by Boards of Canada

20 years on, we look back at the landmark debut album of eclectic electronica duo Boards of Canada.

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Looking Back At… Antidotes by Foals

Ewan Blacklaw takes a glance back at Foals’ seminal debut album Antidotes and the impact it had on the British indie scene

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Looking Back At…Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version by Earth

Can you withstand the doom? Twenty-five years after its release, Charlie Leach looks back at Earth’s classic debut album.

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Looking Back At…m b v by My Bloody Valentine

Breaking 2 decades of silence, Izzy looks back at My Bloody Valentine’s comeback LP.

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Looking Back At…Opposites by Biffy Clyro

As the dust has settled and the band’s stratospheric rise has proven to be no mere fluke, Oli celebrates Biffy’s colossal album’s birthday.

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15 Years On: Interpol – Turn On The Bright Lights

Faced by gentrification and forced to fight on the front-lines, Interpol succeeded in saving underground music in NY. 15 years later, their debut record retains the same importance.

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Do OK Computer’s Missing Pieces Fit?

20 years on since its initial release, OK Computer has new life breathed into it thanks to the inclusion of some hidden gems.

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Looking Back At…OK Computer by Radiohead

Arguably one of the most influential records of all time, Harry Sullivan takes a look back at what many consider Radiohead’s magnum opus.

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