Modest Mouse

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Johnny Marr: ‘The conversation about re-forming came out of the blue'
It’s 29 years since the Smiths split up, and founding member Johnny Marr isn’t angry any more. So what happened when he and Morrissey met for a drink?

Simon Hattenstone

29, Oct, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Five albums to try this week: Fantasma, Marina and the Diamonds and more
New albums to stream from Houndmouth’s Americana to Tobias Jesso Jr’s 70s-tinged piano pop. What will you be listening to this week?

Tshepo Mokoena

16, Mar, 2015 @9:33 AM

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Modest Mouse: Strangers to Ourselves review – a solid enough return
The American indie act’s first album in eight years is enjoyably inventive, if occasionally heavy going

Phil Mongredien

15, Mar, 2015 @7:59 AM

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Modest Mouse: Strangers to Ourselves review – indie-rock business as usual
Isaac Brock’s pal-up with Outkast’s Big Boi suggested Modest Mouse’s new album might be something quite different – but it’s really not

Tim Jonze

12, Mar, 2015 @9:30 PM

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Coachella festival 2013 day one: Stone Roses, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Blur - review

Blur and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs stole the show on day one of Coachella, as the Stone Roses struggled to match their sound to a tiny crowd

Tim Jonze

13, Apr, 2013 @1:27 PM

Coachella Festival - day one

Day one sees Johnny Marr, Nick Cave, Blur and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs perform at the music and arts festival in the California desert

Josy Forsdike

13, Apr, 2013 @10:07 AM

Music Weekly podcast: Johnny Marr on his favourite tracks, Andrew Weatherall in the studio – and Parallel History of Pop

DJ legend Andrew Weatherall guests, and reveals his smoke machine powers, Johnny Marr tells us about the tracks he's most proud of, and Pete Paphides reports from the pages of a 1972 NME

Presented by Alexis Petridis and Kieran Yates. Produced by Pascal Wyse

28, Feb, 2013 @3:54 PM

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Johnny Marr: The Messenger – review

Johnny Marr's second solo album is like a whistlestop tour through his musical career – and will be loved all the better for that, writes Michael Hann

Michael Hann

24, Feb, 2013 @12:04 AM

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End of the Road festival | Pop review
Larmer Tree Gardens, Dorset
Splendid Northumbrian folk band the Unthanks led the pack at this lovingly put together event on the hilly border between Wiltshire and Dorset, writes James Smart

James Smart

13, Sep, 2010 @9:16 PM

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This week's festival news

Lounge On The Farm | Truck Festival | High Voltage | 1234 Festival | Wakestock | Electric Picnic

The Guide

25, Jun, 2010 @11:06 PM

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Live music booking now

The Black Keys | Indietracks | Modest Mouse | Standon Calling | The Magic Numbers

Teri Grenert

09, Apr, 2010 @11:05 PM

Heath Ledger's anti-whaling music video released online

The Ledger-directed video for King Rat by American indie band Modest Mouse was completed by a collective of film-makers and artists called the Masses

Paul MacInnes

05, Aug, 2009 @1:53 PM

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