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Review: Unkle - Only the Lonely EP

Review: Unkle - Only the Lonely EP

Friday 29th April, 2011 11:46AM

James Lavelle’s UNKLE are nothing if not prolific. As well as their four full length albums they have numerous pseudo albums (2007’s War Stories was accompanied the following year by both the B-sides collection More Stories and the scattershot End Titles) as well as remixes and EPs. It is as if UNKLE is a constantly shifting force that can only be seen while being documented. Many of these EPs offer alternate versions of previous songs as well as remixes, allowing you to see the group’s mutation and evolution. Only the Lonely is the latest EP to follow in this tradition and it is a body of music that references the band’s past as well as casting a new line into the future.

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