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ALBUMS IN THE ATTIC #18: Greta Van Fleet, John Grant & Kurt Vile.

It’s a bumper episode this week as Raf and James discuss St Vincent’s reinterpretation of her latest album ‘Masseducation’, the Download Festival 2019 lineup announcement and new music from Lazybones and Bring Me The Horizon. Album reviews of Greta Van Fleet, John Grant and Kurt Vile plus a whole bunch of questions including one that totally has us stumped!

  • Kurt Vile (album review)
  • John Grant (album review)
  • Greta Van Fleet (album review)
  • Bring Me The Horizon
  • St Vincent
  • Lazybones (Brighton band)
  • Nana Mouskouri (gig review)
  • Palace Winter (gig review)
  • IDER

We at CHF are excited to announce (and debut) a new partnership with the Brighton, England based podcast ALBUMS IN THE ATTIC! The podcast is the project of Raf Batchelor & James Maitre, and in our eyes, a fabulous testament to music commentary, where seriousness about music merge beautifully with the kind of understated entertainment & fun – all perfect for our dainty ears. The duo submerge deep into albums, tracks, festivals, events, music news, and current affairs, locally and from around the world.

So join us here at CHF for new episodes from Raf & James!

You really should.

Albums In The Attic


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