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Guy Garvey - Courting the Squall: Harder (and Softer) Edges

Artist: Guy Garvey
Album: Courting the Squall
Year: 2015
Grade: B

In Brief: At times it may as well just be a new Elbow record, but since Elbow paints a little bit outside of their previously established lines with every album, I don’t consider it to be a bad thing for their lead singer to do some more of that on his own. 3,244 more words

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Profile: Guy Garvey, Courting the Squall, Solo Tour, Glasgow - 2015

When I worked at the Sunday Mail, one of my favourite interviewees was Elbow front man, Guy Garvey. I interviewed him on a number of occasions and he was as you would expect, full of affable good chat. 633 more words

Glasgow

Nevermind Watchdown: S13E7, or Needs More Monkey

Three people I’ve heard of on this show- Matt ‘Aqualung’ Hales, Adam ‘One-Legged’ Hills, and Jayne Middlemiss. Additionally, Guy Garvey, singer for indie-rock band Elbow, is also on the panel. 535 more words

Mark Lamarr Era

Album Review: Elbow - Lost Worker Bee

This article first appeared at No Ripcord on September 28, 2015.

In a follow-up to last year’s The Take Off and Landing of Everything, Elbow’s released a four-song EP based on their hometown of Manchester. 375 more words

Albums

2015 Review - Music - Preamble

Overall, it’s a far better list for 2015 than that for 2014. It’s one very much loaded with electronica and pop compared with the last two years and it’s also been the most difficult time I’ve had yet cutting my list down to a final number as well as resolving the placings in the final rankings. 473 more words

Music

Favorite songs of 2015

This is technically not my complete list of songs from 2015, since I left off songs that are on my favorite albums (the list had really just become too long and clunky).   145 more words

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Dec 8th 2015 / Guy Garvey / O2 ABC Glasgow

When Jenn and I went to Kendal Calling in July this year the headliners for the Saturday night were Elbow. Not something that we were really all that fussed about….until we saw them. 151 more words

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