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Stuart A Staples of Tindersticks speaks to Mark Radcliffe

Stuart A Staples of Tindersticks joins Mark Radcliffe to chat about Across Six Leap Years.

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Tindersticks are an indie rock band from Nottingham, England that formed in 1991. They released six albums before singer Stuart A. Staples took on a solo career. The band reunited briefly in 2006, but more permanently the following year. The band have recorded several film soundtracks.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of The Something Rain

    The Something Rain 2012

    Reviewed by Mischa Pearlman
    Album nine from the Nottingham avant-pop outfit is as unconventional as ever.
  2. Review of Falling Down a Mountain

    Falling Down a Mountain 2010

    Reviewed by Andrew Mueller
    The sound of a band rediscovering themselves.
  3. Review of The Hungry Saw

    The Hungry Saw 2008

    Reviewed by Al Fox
    Tindersticks know their craft, and can execute it with finesse.
  4. Review of Working for the Man - The Island Years

    Working for the Man - The Island Years 2004

    Reviewed by Chris Moss
    Stuart Staples mumbles about romantic betrayal, bedroom angst and the inevitability of...
  5. Review of Waiting For The Moon

    Waiting For The Moon 2003

    Reviewed by Derryck Strachan
    Tindersticks are still there smouldering away after six accomplished studio albums...
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