(Ninja Tune)I’ve always found the Cinematic Orchestra too pretentious, too austere, a band whose ambitions outran their abilities. With this fourth album,
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Proceeds will go toward late singer's philanthropic work which "was hugely important for George during his lifetime and it was his wish
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The indie-rock icon fires up his laptop and lays down a set of quasi-electronic jams that owe more to late-1970s post-punk than
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