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Sisteray: Sisteray Said – EP review

Jump on the Sisteray train, the journey is going to be wild.

Fifi Rong x LO: The Crown – EP review

A gorgeous, heart-warming quartet of tracks.

All Hail Hyena: Cubs In The Wild – EP review

one day it will be a collector’s item.

Ist Ist – Spinning Rooms EP – review

Manchester’s Ist Ist release their debut EP proper, Spinning Rooms on KInd Violence Records, a label which describes itself as specialising in ‘the darker side of independent and experimental music’. Nigel reviews for Louder Than War.

Chow Mwng: Nunavik – EP review

Possibly the punk music of our era. Lo-fi, D.I.Y. and free from any corporate chains. Amazing stuff.

Graingerboy: ShadowFormerSelf (Remixes) – EP review

ShadowFormerSelf Remixes does what every good remix EP should do. It allows the original to stand tall and proud as a piece in its own right whilst allowing others to come in and play with the framework you have created making the track their own whilst retaining the essence of the original. In Deuce and Charger plus Lippy Kid, Graingerboy has selected the remixers very wisely as they all show enough respect to the original whilst allowing their own creativity to shine. Each remix is its own thing but what they all carry with them is the sense of hope in a seemingly hopeless situation which is the strongest sensation that exists withing Graingerboy's original vision.

Drunk Gods: Found the Lord and Lost Ma Soul – single review

Drunk Gods: Found the Lord and Lost Ma Soul/Pet Hate (self released) CD/DL Available from 2nd Dec (CD)/4th Dec - DL 9/10 Lanarkshire's Drunk Gods follow up their...

Sheer Zed: Cosmic Meditation – EP Review

Sheer Zed: Cosmic Meditation Self Released DL Available Now! Brand new three-track EP by experimental electronic artist Sheer Zed. Cosmic Meditation is inspired by personal meditation rituals and...

Ummagma: LCD – EP review

LCD is a fine EP drawing on Ummagma new and old to make a perfect taster for a newcomer to their music.

Neil Campbell & Richard Youngs: Six Scores – album review

Six Scores - the latest collaboration from two of the UK’s most brain-mangling underground artists is gloriously off-the-wall.

Kioko: Let’s Be Frank – EP Review

Kioko are a multiracial reggae/ska/pop band from Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Fxxk Explosion: In the Beginning – EP review

Cute and catchy lo-fi electronica from Johnny Dean, who with Fxxk Explosion is leaving his days as frontman of notorious Britpop band Menswe@r far behind

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