New York Post
October 22, 2011 Tucked away on the wrong side of a smart north London neighborhood, flanked by grim public housing, lies the small, squat HQ of the most successful band Britain has produced in the past decade: Coldplay.
Chris Martin has described Coldplay 's fifth album as a dystopian love story rock opera but wacky names and high concept can't seem to elevate their music from the sonic equivalent of a cup of tea made with a used bag: it's a bit uplifting, but...
Hearing for the first time the songs that will, inevitably and inexorably, become part of the fabric of Western life from X Factor auditions to shopping-centre muzak, is a strange and often depressing experience. Mylo Xyloto is already guaranteed...