Blur are back. Soon they will be releasing a new album and are even scheduled to play a live show at the Olympics this summer. Time has passed but by listening to their music again, one realises how the experimental quality and the powerful Pop has increased over the years. Graham Coxon is responsible for the excessive guitar pressure in Blur. His eight albums have always entered the UK charts. By the way, Blur have only released seven records to date. His latest LP is called “A+E” and devotes itself to noise, high-frequency hymns and disturbing sounds coated in Britpop manner. Coxon, who was born in Niedersachsen in 1969, uses the guitar as a fragment featuring reoccurring loops and wild chords - as if the equipment couldn’t cope with this genius noise.