Klaxons There Is No Other Time

Single review: Klaxons – ‘There Is No Other Time’

The first cut from the band’s third album Love Frequency, ‘There Is No Other Time’ is a surprising change of direction, possibly down to their work with Gorgon City on this piece. There’s certainly a more dance focussed feeling to it and it just about skates around familiar territory to deliver something that’s both poppy […]

Klaxons announce new album ‘Love Frequency’ – out 2 June

After breaking their four-year hiatus with last months double-whammy of ‘There Is No Other Time‘ and ‘Children Of The Sun‘, Klaxons have today announced they will release their third album on 2 June.

The album will be called Love Frequency, and boasts some stellar names on production duties including James Murphy, Erol Alkan, Gorgon City and Tom Rowlands from The Chemical Brothers.

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Listen: February 2014 new music playlist

Two new tracks from the Klaxons, a new one from Gruff Rhys, the return of both Howling Bells and Little Dragon, killer remixes from Four Tet, Kanye West, Mssing No and brand new tracks from exciting up-and-comers like JUNGLE, Circa Waves, Hockeysmith and more. It’s safe to say February was a pretty awesome month in terms of great new music.

Below I’ve put together the cream of the February crop into a handy playlist – which you can also find on the All-Noise Soundcloud page. Check it out and let me know what you think…

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Klaxons releasing EP on Christmas Day

Electro-rockers Klaxons have decided to jump on the free Christmas download bandwagon – announcing today that they will be releasing an EP for free on the big day. Following in the footsteps of Gorillaz, who are set to release a new album for free on Christmas Day, Klaxons will be releasing an EP of previously […]

Klaxons surfing the void review

Klaxons ‘Surfing The Void’ – Album Review

Klaxons – Surfing The Void A lot has been said about the production process of Klaxons’ second album.  To summarise:  they struggled for about a year in the studio trying to settle on the right sound and direction to take – a struggle that nearly led to them giving up completely.  When they did finally […]

Reading and Leeds Festival preview

The Reading and Leeds weekenders have traditionally been the UK’s premier rock festivals.  With the number of summer music festivals increasing recently – and more and more attracting big-name headliners – the rock angle of Reading and Leeds has been accentuated in recent times in order to hang on to its image as the biggest […]

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Best Songs of 2014… So Far (Part 2)

It’s now time for the second part of my top 50 songs of 2014 countdown – see part one here.   25) Röyksopp & Robyn – ‘Do It Again’ Released: 28th April 2014   Charted: #75 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCbDVSwr_E4 A collaboration that no one was expecting, this is the best song in Robyn’s back catalogue and the most […]

Klaxons Show Me A Miracle

Single review: Klaxons – ‘Show Me A Miracle’

It was also going to be tricky to follow up the storming ‘There Is No Other Time’ but in releasing ‘Show Me A Miracle’ Klaxons have failed more than you’d think in its shadow. Not as experimental as their earlier material nor as poppy as their most recent single, it falls between two chairs and […]

Klaxons There Is No Other Time

Album stream: Klaxons – Love Frequency

Nu-rave survivors Klaxons are gearing up for the release of their third album Love Frequency next week (out on 16 June via Akashic Rekords / Sony Red), and have just made the whole thing available to stream in full. Stream Love Frequency below via The Guardian: If you like what you hear, you can preorder Love […]

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Albums out in June

It’s June! Time for sun, festivals, BBQs, beer gardens and the World Cup! It’s also time for some very exciting-looking new albums. Last month saw the release of big albums from the likes of The Horrors, Gruff Rhys, The Black Keys, Chromeo, Coldplay and Echo and The Bunneymen – so June has got its work […]