Album of the week

Damon Albarn Everyday Robots (Parlophone)

27th April, 2014
Damon Albarn: first solo album.

Damon Albarn Everyday Robots (Parlophone) Blur scrapped an album with producer William Orbit last year, supposedly on the insistence of Damon Albarn. Meanwhile, their charismatic, prolific and unpredictable leader ploughs full steam ahead with his first proper studio album.

Ever since contributing Closet Romantic to the zeitgeist-defining Trainspotting soundtrack back in 1996, Albarn has always dabbled in side projects, either alone or with a vast army of collaborators from Malian musicians to Dennis Hopper. The...

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