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Invada To Release Alex Somers’ ‘Black Mirror: Hang The DJ’ Original Score

Invada Records to release  Alex Somers' 'Black Mirror: Hang The DJ' original score which also includes to new songs made with Sigur Rós. Late last...

Invada Records Manager Redg Weeks Gives LTW His Top 30 Releases Of 2017

Time for one of our favourite annual traditions as we ask Invada Records' label manager Redg Weeks what his top 30 albums of the...

Beak> Release Charity Single

  Beak> have today released a Christmas single in aide of The National Elf Service, an online resource for mental health information.  (Merry Xmas) Face the...

Adam Taylor: The Handmaid’s Tale OST – album review

Adam Taylor: The Handmaid's Tale OST Invada Records / Lakeshore Records LP/CD/DL Available Now! One of the most acclaimed television shows of the year, The Handmaid's Tale is...

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis: Wind River OST – soundtrack review

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis team up once more to score the directorial debut by Sicario writer Taylor Sheridan. Simon Tucker reviews

The KVB To Reissue Debut Album Via Invada Records

Synth-noir duo The KVB announce the reissue of their 2012 debut album 'Always Then' via Invada Records. They also give LTW an exclusive premier...

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis: War Machine OST – soundtrack review

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis: War Machine OST (Invada Records/Lakeshore Records) LP / CD / DL DL available now. LP / CD release dates to be...

Toydrum: Prevenge OST – album review

Toydrum: Prevenge OST (Invada Records) DL/LP/CD DL available now, Physical to be released 5 May 2017 7.5/10 Toydrum supply the score to the twisted comedy that is...

Mario Batkovic: Mario Batkovic – album review

Mario Batkovic: Mario Batkovic (Invada Records) LP/CD/DL Available 17 March 2017 10/10 Swiss accordion player Mario Batkovic releases his brand new album this month via Bristol's Invada Records....

Jupiter-C: 001 – EP Review

Jupiter-C release their much anticipated debut EP via Invada Records.

1994: The Year That Was

As various music publications and 6Music celebrate the year 1994, our man Simon Tucker remembers a year pivotal in his life.

Thought Forms: Full Moon Club, Cardiff- live review

On a night when the country was full of faux romance and empty gestures Thought Forms delivered heart, soul, drama, passion and tension

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