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Will Yuck and Midlake be able to 'do a Pink Floyd'?

Losing a singer doesn't have to mean the end of a band, as numerous prog and metal acts have proved

James Medd

27, Sep, 2013 @12:00 PM

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Yuck: Glow and Behold – review
Guitarist Max Bloom takes the vocal reins for the slacker-rock revivalist's pretty but forgettable second album, writes Charlotte Richardson Andrews

Charlotte Richardson Andrews

26, Sep, 2013 @10:00 PM

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This week's new singles, reviewed by Aidan Moffat

Grinderman | Kings Of Leon | Colourmusic | Yuck | The Boxer Rebellion

Aidan Moffat

24, Jun, 2011 @11:08 PM

Yuck: Yuck – review
Yuck are shamelessly unoriginal, which doesn't stop Michael Hann adoring their debut

Michael Hann

17, Feb, 2011 @11:59 PM

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Listen to Yuck's debut album: Exclusive stream

Tim Jonze: It's warm, fuzzy and sounds like it cost 11p to record. Yes, we really love Yuck's debut album

Tim Jonze

17, Feb, 2011 @3:25 PM

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Yuck: A taste of things to come
Formed by childhood friends with a shared love for guitars and fuzz and melody, Yuck are proof that lo-fi rock is in rude health, says Dave Simpson

Dave Simpson

03, Feb, 2011 @10:50 PM

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Yuck | Pop review

Hope, Brighton
Yuck have been advanced as part of a grunge revival but when they shamble into life on stage it becomes clear that's not quite the case, writes Alexis Petridis

Alexis Petridis

08, Oct, 2010 @8:46 PM

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First sight: Yuck/Yu(c)k
Yuck have made a splash on the live circuit with a guitar-driven mix of 90s shoegazing and grunge. Yu(c)k make beautiful, fragile music without guitars – like Bon Iver crossed with Galaxie 500. By Dave Simpson

Dave Simpson

19, Aug, 2010 @9:20 PM

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