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Patrick Wolf Australian Tour

The enigmatic, eccentric, at time slightly mad, always entertaining, and very charismatic Patrick Wolf has announced an “intimate acoustic tour” of Australia this September. I’m not to sure about the ‘intimate’ part however, because I’m pretty sure all of these venues are bigger than that which I saw him play last time he toured here. Oh well.

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Album Review: Patrick Wolf ‘Lupercalia’

‘Lupercalia’ is a pretty great album, it just doesn’t really feel like a Patrick Wolf album. It’s the antithesis to 2009’s ‘The Bachelor’, which is ironic seeing as they were both originally intended to be part of a double-album with this new disc entitled ‘The Conquerer’, until Wolf’s songwriting took him in a different direction. One can only assume that in the time between 2009 and now he has found God or Love or something in between, because this is easily the happiest and most unreservedly hopeful we’ve ever seen Patrick Wolf.

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My 50 Favourite Albums (And EPs) Of The Decade

Well all the cool kids are doing it. So, looking back on the decade that was, here are my top 50 recordings from 2000-2009. Regular Pluck readers will notice that there are some inconsistencies with my Best Albums Of 2009, this is because when looking back on a decade, I am thinking of albums that […]

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The 20 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2010

Edit: See above “2010 Album Reviews” for reviews of many of these albums. I believe that 2009 was a great year for music. We saw what many people consider to be two of the greatest albums of the decade, ‘Merriweather Post Pavilion’ and ‘Veckatimest’, and even if I don’t completely agree, that is still pretty […]

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Gig Review: Patrick Wolf @ Prince Bandroom, 14th December

He’s a bit of an eccentric one, Patrick Wolf. We all know that he has his bad moments, but the fact of the matter is that when he gets up on a stage, he is the born performer. There is something special about seeing someone do what they were born to do, and this is […]

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