AuthorPaul Haswell & Carolyn Wright

CRIMES AGAINST POP – 025

On this episode of Crimes Against Pop there’s an eclectic mix of new music taking in everything from punk to afro beat to hip hop to electronica and more, as Paul and Carolyn play brand new tracks from Rxseboy, Darkside, Nation of Language and Midas...

CRIMES AGAINST POP – 024

Paul and Carolyn look at some of the big releases for the start of 2021, with new music from Jane Weaver, Videoclub and Django Django, plus a few new finds from Vian Izak and Lizzie No. As if that wasn’t enough, Carolyn’s secret love of boybands is...

CRIMES AGAINST POP – 021

It’s almost Christmas, and Paul and Carolyn are celebrating with some alternative Christmas songs new and old from the likes of girl in red, Calexico, Blossoms, and of course Low (responsible for the ultimate independent Christmas record). There’s...

CRIMES AGAINST POP – 020

There’s plenty of new discoveries in this episode with new tracks from Smoothboi Ezra, Claud (the latest signing to Phoebe Bridger’s label), Romero and Katy Kirby. There’s also a track from a great new hip hop album from UK-Australian hip hop...

CRIMES AGAINST POP – 019

It’s electro and post punk all the way for this episode of Crimes Against Pop, as Paul and Carolyn work their way through records from shame, Dry Cleaning, PVA and Sprints. There’s also new Biig Piig, a stripped down release from Moonchild Sanelly...

CRIMES AGAINST POP – 018

Episode 18 of Crimes Against Pop features a load of new hip hop, with tracks from Wiz Khalifa, Bree Runway, Aesop Rock, Loyle Carner, Run The Jewels and Common. On top of all that Paul and Carolyn play new singles from indie royalty Teenage Fanclub...

CRIMES AGAINST POP – 017

On this episode Sleaford Mods collaborate (again) with Billy Nomates and Idles collaborate with Larry Pink The Human (which is one of Slaves as it turns out). There’s also post punk from Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard and Rats On Rafts, a concept record...

CRIMES AGAINST POP – 016

Paul and Carolyn consider how busy Conor Oberst must be as he releases a collaboration between Bright Eyes and Phoebe Bridgers, and whether anyone is as busy as Tim Burgess, who has a new EP out on top of everything else he’s been doing this year...

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