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Blue Rose Code: With Healings Of The Deepest Kind – album review

Blue Rose Code With Healings Of The Deepest Kind (Ronachan Songs) CD, Vinyl and Digital album Available 17 July 2020 In the follow up to 2017’s release The...

Rory Butler: Window Shopping – Album review

Rory Butler – Window Shopping     Vertical Records Out now Rory Butler’s debut album will delight fans of Celtic folk legend and hellraiser John Martyn.   If you grow...

Giant Sand: Ramp (double LP reissue) – album review

Giant Sand's seventh album, Ramp, gets the deluxe LP treatment courtesy of Fire Records, complete with bonus tracks from their Mad Dog session.

McCarthy – The Enraged Will Inherit The Earth – album review

  McCarthy - The Enraged Will Inherit The Earth Optic Nerve 2 Vinyl LPs with 7" single Released 17 July 2020 Vinyl reissue of political pop band McCarthy's second...

Snowgoose: The Making of You – album review

The Making of You is perfect-listening for these strange times, calming and contemplative in equal measure. We can only hope we don't have to wait another 8 years for this dazzling group's next album.

22 Albums of the Year-So-Far… Louder Than War writers choices, July 2020

22 Albums of the Year So Far...  Just some of Louder Than Wars writers choices from Jan - July 2020 In the weirdest year in...

Suzie Stapleton: We Are The Plague – album review

Suzie Stapleton's dazzling debut album filled with a primal fusion of blues, gospel and rock'n'roll guitar chimes with our times, says Tim Cooper.

Spygenius – Man On The Sea – album review

Spygenius - Man On The Sea Big Stir CD/Vinyl/DL Released 10th July 2020 New 17 track double album by Canterbury's very own Spygenius, their fifth overall....Ian Canty tries...

David Sanborn: Anything You Want (The Warner-Reprise-Elektra Years 1975-1999) – album review.

David Sanborn- Anything You Want (The Warner-Reprise-Elektra Years 1975-1999) Soul Music Records 3 CD Out July 17 2020   This beautifully curated three disc set shows David Sanborn...

The Gist – Interior Windows – album review

  The Gist - Interior Windows Tiny Global Productions CD/DL Released 17 July 2020 The follow up to 2017's Holding Pattern, this new album brings together Stuart Moxham's brainchild...

Be-Bop Deluxe: Axe Victim – reissue album review

Be-Bop Deluxe - Axe Victim Esoteric Recordings CD Out now Welcome reissue for one of the best seventies debut albums from Yorkshire’s finest glam/prog rockers.   In the days before...

The Residents – Metal, Meat & Bone – album review

  The Residents - Metal, Meat & Bone Cherry Red 2CD/DL Released 10 July 2020 Brand new Residents album focussing on the songs of obscure (and very possibly apocryphal)...

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