Most pleasant vibes to be found in Sounds this month, we're sure you will agree
| 16 May 2006
This month, catch all the weather in our exclusive interview with alternative behemoths Pearl Jam, plus we also get chatty with the Twilight Singers, mourn the implosion of Grandaddy, celebrate the post-Beta regenesis of King Biscuit Time and speak to those Brechtian cabaret cats Dresden Dolls. We dissect the latest buzz on The Raconteurs, try to get inside Dave Gilmour's head and champ at the bit for the impending spate of activity from The Zutons and Low on the horizon, while keeping an eye on Final Fantasy's heavenly vision. Back home, Big Hand, Popup and The Common Redstarts seek to fly the coup, and we dwell hard on the barrage of goodness bound to enter your gigging nightlife with the remainder of Tigerfest and the introduction of Toffs Can't Dance to the Caves in May. Oh and then there's the pelthora of reviews on all sorts we've got in store, and, as always, the Gramophone tracks down and delivers five free downloadable gems while G.Love and Special Sauce tell us what's floating their boat. Most pleasant vibes to be found in Sounds this month y'all, we're sure you will agree.