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Blur Is Back, With an Album So Good Even Noel Gallagher Likes It
Modern life is terrific.
The Magic Whip
Is a Weird, Lovely Return to Form
The Magic Whip
isn’t as immediate as the band’s most inspired work, but over repeated listens, I’ve found it blooms into something immersive, complex, and understatedly lovely.
Blur’s Graham Coxon on the New Album Rumors
“People are saying they want [an album], and that’s making us panic.”
Vulture Recommends: Five Doleful Nineties Songs
It’s a rainy spring day here in the northeast, so music critic Nitsuh Abebe has picked a quintet of slow, moody tunes.
Download Ex-Blur Guitarist Graham Coxon’s Song, ‘Truth’
WARNING: Not for depressives.
Listen to a Collaboration From Graham Coxon, Bill Ryder-Jones, and Paloma Faith
Converse provides more free music.
Graham Coxon Says Blur Might Record Something Today
“Now off to see the Blur boys and have coffee and maybe switch a tape recorder on!”
Melissa Leo to Control Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg’s Bedtimes
Plus: Blur scheduling U.S. tour dates?
Blur Reunion Filmed by Jerk
Who records the only video of Blur’s Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon performing together live for the first time in nine years and makes the YouTube clip non-embeddable?
Blur Set Aside Differences to Play Lucrative Reunion Concert
Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon have just announced that they’re re-forming Blur for a reunion show in London’s Hyde Park next July.
Britney’s New Single at Least As Good As ‘PopoZao’
Prince, Justice, and Paul Weller with Graham Coxon!