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Clash Issue 65: DJ Shadow

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In the age of instant communication and the lack of innovation, on his fourth album DJ Shadow valiantly attempts to stay ahead of the pack by satirising his own role as an artist.

Elsewhere, we meet The Rapture, as 
New York’s zeitgeist surfers return after half a decade of hidden strife and the odd tantrum. And, frustrated at the “definite fucking mess” of modern hip-hop, Spank Rock is striking out from his peers to do something they’re afraid to do: try something new...

Plus: Bombay Bicycle Club, Wooden Shjips, The birth of the Bristol sound, Jimmy Cliff, Fleet Foxes, The Eagles Of Death Metal, and a look back at Pearl Jam's 'Ten' album.

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