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William The Conqueror: Maverick Thinker – album review

William The Conqueror: Maverick Thinker (Chysillis) LP | CD | DL Out 5th March 2021   Ruarri Joseph returns for album number three fronting the swamp-blues folk trio William...

The Crystalites: The Undertaker – album review

The Crystalites: The Undertaker (Doctor Bird) 2CD | DL Released 12 March 2021 Reissue of the 1970 instrumental album by Derrick Harriott's studio band (AKA The Dynamites) with...

Hannah Rose Kessler: A Thousand Cuts – single review

Hannah Rose Kessler: A Thousand Cuts (Reckless Yes) DL | Streaming Out now Hannah Rose Kessler has released ‘A Thousand Cuts’ this week. The single follows recent single Come Feel...

BirdPen: All Function One – album review

BirdPen: All Function One (JAR Records) CD | LP | DL Out now BirdPen bring us their sixth album and tap into a wide spectrum of atmospheric sounds...

Various Artists: And In The End… – album review

Various Artists: And In The End... DL Bandcamp Out now Louder Than War's own Simon Tucker curates a mammoth 81-track compilation to raise money for the Help Musicians...

The Trudy: Dear Sancho: reviewed – Great, lost pop band re-emerge

Single Review The Trudy : Dear Sancho (Miron Records) Download only Out 5 March 2021 The Trudy are the coolest UK cult pop band you've probably never...

Band Of Holy Joy: Gallery 46, London – live stream review

Band Of Holy Joy London, Gallery 46 24 -27 February Band Of Holy Joy stage an event with a sense of occasion that emerges out of the...

Sarakiniko: Hello – single review

Sarakiniko: Hello (La Maison des Corbeaux) DL | Steaming Released 12th March 2021 Sarakiniko, the side project led by Yann Canevet, bassist/singer of the popular French post-punk...

The Wylde Tryfles: Fuzzed And Confused – album review

THE WYLDE TRYFLES Fuzzed And Confused Soundflat LP | DL Out 12th March 2021 France's Wylde Tryfles return with another slab of fuzzed to the max garage revival. Close...

Sea Fever: Crossed Wires – single review

Single Review Sea Fever - Crossed Wires  (Self released) DL only Out now The debut single by Sea Fever, a new band featuring Bethany Cassidy who was in...

Bitterman: Abysm – EP review

Bitterman - Abysm (CBRG) CD/DL Out Now The latest offering from rhythmic rockers Bitterman is dark and heavy drawing on grunge and everything that has come since...

New Machines: Four – single review

New Machines: Four (Bandcamp) CD | Vinyl | DL | Stream Out Now New Machines release first single in 15 years. Hailing from Loveland, Ohio, New...

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