Tag Archive: XL Recordings

The Horrors – So Now You Know (single) (XL Recordings)

There’s lots of anticipation surrounding The Horrors’ upcoming fourth album, Luminous. Given the leaps and bounds the band made from The Cramps-esque horror-punk of their debut Strange House to the wonderfully psychedelic Primary… Continue reading

Sigur Rós – Kveikur (album) (XL Recordings)

On opening track and first single “Brennisteinn (read our review) Sigur Rós don’t so much as start but explode into action on their seventh studio album. “Brennisteinn” is a sonically intense number –… Continue reading

Sigur Rós – Ísjaki (single) (XL Recordings)

Rejoice! The second track from Sigur Rós upcoming seventh studio album, ‘Kveikur’ (album art above), has been unveiled and it’s absolutely gorgeous and majestic. “Ísjaki” is without the bombast of the first single,“Brennisteinn… Continue reading

Sigur Rós – Brennisteinn (single) (XL Recordings)

It’s like the world is going to end on 31 December, 2013 and every great band or artist is squeezing out one more release before our impending doom. Already this year we’ve seen… Continue reading

Atoms For Peace – Amok (album) (XL Recordings)

Initially formed as the live band to accompany Thom Yorke while touring his 2006 solo album ‘The Eraser’, Atoms For Peace consists of longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist… Continue reading

Atoms For Peace – Judge Jury and Executioner (single) (XL Recordings)

Following the release of the single “Default” back in September (read our review), a new track from electronic supergroup Atoms For Peace has surfaced online today entitled “Judge Jury and Executioner”. “Judge Jury… Continue reading

The xx – Coexist (album) (Young Turks / XL Recordings)

After what feels like a small eternity, The xx are set to release the follow up their phenomenally successful self-titled 2009 debut album; an album which saw the London act form a legion… Continue reading

Sigur Ros – Valtari (album) (XL Recordings)

It has been four long years since the last Sigur Ros studio album and as discussed in the interviews leading up to the release of ‘Valtari’, this was a difficult album for the… Continue reading