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From the Vault #2: Top 5 Hardcore Punk songs

From the Vault #2: Top 5 Hardcore Punk songs

5 hardcore punk songs you need to hear!
From the Vault – Sonically beneficial DnB

From the Vault – Sonically beneficial DnB

Into the Vault: a deep dive into five historical masterclass tracks from various genres. This week, all the Drum and Bass you could ever want!
From the Vault: Joanna Newsom – The Milk-Eyed Mender

From the Vault: Joanna Newsom – The Milk-Eyed Mender

“The whole album sounds like an aural iteration of some Baltic tapestry”
From the Vault: Daniel Johnston – 1990

From the Vault: Daniel Johnston – 1990

Daniel Johnston’s 1990 is full of profound moments of imperfection.
From the Vault: The O.C.

From the Vault: The O.C.

California, here we come! Rebecca Williams sings the praises of one of the Noughties’ best TV shows
From the Vault: The Ramones – Leave Home

From the Vault: The Ramones – Leave Home

Released January 1977 Sire Recrods Released barely nine months after their classic debut, The Ramones’s second record consolidated their status as pioneers of New York’s burgeoning punk rock scene and proved their early success was no accident. Leave Home – so titled because of their then-fledgling ambition to tour the world – embellished and improved […]
From the Vault: Aphex Twin – Selected Ambient Works 85-92

From the Vault: Aphex Twin – Selected Ambient Works 85-92

Ben Glover looks back at the magnum opus of the most important figure in British electronic music
From The Vault: Queen – Sheer Heart Attack

From The Vault: Queen – Sheer Heart Attack

George Bailey revisits one of Queen’s most influential albums.
From the Vault: Slint – Spiderland

From the Vault: Slint – Spiderland

Jack Winstanley looks back at why Slint were such an important band
From The Vault: Erykah Badu – Baduizm

From The Vault: Erykah Badu – Baduizm

Badu’s profound debut that changed the face of R&B as we knew it.
From The Vault: The La’s – The La’s

From The Vault: The La’s – The La’s

An iconic album released on Go! Discs.
From the Vault: Nirvana – In Utero

From the Vault: Nirvana – In Utero

As the follow up to Nevermind, In Utero provides a bitter, beautiful repost to the media whirlwind that followed their most popular album.
From the Vault: U2 – Achtung Baby

From the Vault: U2 – Achtung Baby

“Achtung Baby was the sound of four men chopping down The Joshua Tree for good”
From the Vault: The Beatles – Abbey Road

From the Vault: The Beatles – Abbey Road

Alex Fenton looks back upon The Beatles’ penultimate studio album.

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