Odd solo records from in­die he­roes.

Q (UK) - - Review | New Albums -

Johnny Bor­rell Bor­rell 1 MER­CURY, 2013

Hor­ri­bly mocked for its low sales and ver­bose ti­tles on its re­lease, the ex-Ra­zorlight singer’s first solo al­bum has grown in stature since, full of im­pe­ri­ous the­atri­cal swag­ger and pub-rock drama.

Gra­ham Coxon The Spin­ning Top TRANSGRESSIVE,

The ever-rest­less Blur gui­tarist – who was also Do­herty’s col­lab­o­ra­tor on 2009’ s Grace/ Waste­lands – fo­cuses on psy­che­delic folk on his sev­enth solo al­bum.

Jarvis Cocker Fur­ther Com­pli­ca­tions ROUGH TRADE, 2009

With un­likely pro­duc­tion from Steve Al­bini, the Pulp hero’s noisy sec­ond record un­der his own name saw him up­side down on the cover and all over the place in­side.

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