Mystery Jets

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Mystery Jets: A Billion Heartbeats review – woke without the edge
(Caroline International)

Phil Mongredien

05, Apr, 2020 @12:00 PM

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The 10 best things to do this week: Kesha and King Lear
The singer’s long-awaited new album is about to land, while Kevin McNally is preparing to tackle Shakespeare at the Globe

The Guide

04, Aug, 2017 @8:00 AM

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Michael Kiwanuka and Laura Mvula dominate Ivor Novello nominations
Skepta, Nick Cave and Mystery Jets are among the others shortlisted for awards that celebrate songwriting over record sales

Hannah Ellis-Petersen

19, Apr, 2017 @12:44 PM

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#indieamnesty: how a hashtag revived the last great pre-social media music scene
After #indieamnesty took us down a mid-noughties wormhole of anecdotes, Spector’s Fred Macpherson reflects on the scene that was as unglamorous and idiotic as it was majestic

Fred Macpherson

07, Apr, 2016 @2:12 PM

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Blaine Harrison's playlist: Declan McKenna, Daughter, David Gilmour and more
The Mystery Jets singer picks five artists, from outsider teens to established prog legends, for this week’s playlist

Blaine Harrison

21, Jan, 2016 @5:36 PM

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Mystery Jets: Curve of the Earth review – fewer quirks but flashes of brilliance
This London band’s sixth album finds them smoothing out their idiosyncrasies in favour of a more mainstream Americana sound

Jon Dennis

14, Jan, 2016 @10:00 PM

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Mystery Jets – Curve of the Earth: Exclusive album stream
The Eel Pie island band’s fifth album sees them rediscover their gang mentality – have a listen ahead of release and let us know your thoughts

Guardian music

14, Jan, 2016 @8:00 AM

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How small venues can make big changes for disabled fans and artists
As charity Attitude Is Everything signs up its 100th accessible venue to its charter, Mystery Jets frontman Blaine Harrison on breaking down barriers for deaf and disabled fans

Blaine Harrison

03, Dec, 2014 @2:00 PM

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Why indie bands and country don't mix
Why do metropolitan indie types such as Christopher Owens, Mystery Jets and and Iceage insist on ‘going country’?

David Stubbs

02, Oct, 2014 @11:00 PM

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Mystery Jets review – Transgressive celebrates 10 years
The London record label presents the more refined end of its artist roster in a joyful showcase, writes Mark Beaumont

Mark Beaumont

01, Oct, 2014 @2:19 PM

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The Great Escape – review

With massive queues to see the big artists in Brighton, the most appealing perforances were off-piste, writes Alexis Petridis

Alexis Petridis

13, May, 2012 @12:08 PM

Mystery Jets: Radlands – review
The Mystery Jets take a pleasant but slightly unconvincing detour into Americana on their new album, writes Rebecca Nicholson

Rebecca Nicholson

26, Apr, 2012 @8:15 PM

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