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Becca Mancari: The Greatest Thing – album review

  Becca Mancari – The Greatest Thing  Captured Tracks All formats. Out on June 26. 9/10 Nashville based songwriter Becca Mancari changes direction from country to indie electronica on...

Ugly Fly Guys: Cult Of Buzz – album review

Ugly Fly Guys: Cult Of Buzz (Trash Wax Records) LP | DL Available now The Darren Merinuk designed cover should be reason alone to grab a copy...

Caligula’s Horse: Rise Radiant – album review

Caligula’s Horse: Rise Radiant (Inside Out Music) Ltd CD Digipak, Gatefold black 2LP+CD, Digital album Available 22 May 2020 Caligula’s Horse are a progressive metal band from Brisbane,...

Modern Studies: The Weight Of The Sun – album review

MODERN STUDIES THE WEIGHT OF THE SUN Fire Records LP / CD / DL Out now!   BUY HERE Scottish folk-rock quartet return with their third album: a collection of lush...

The Newds – Drawing A Line – album review

The Newds - Drawing A Line Bandcamp DL only Released 9 May 2020 New download only album by the Bolton based six piece, with 13 tracks drawing on...

Howie Payne: In Dreams EP – record review

Howie Payne In Dreams EP All formats Out Now   Ex-Stands mainman Howie Payne is back with an EP full of powerpop gems. There’s certainly something in the water...

Babybird: Babybird’s Happy Songs – album review

Babybird: Babybird’s Happy Songs (self-released) DL Available now 8/10 Stephen Jones aka Babybird continues to release an impressive amount of music via Bandcamp. Andy Brown dons his headphones,...

Badly Drawn Boy: Banana Skin Shoes – album review

BADLY DRAWN BOY BANANA SKIN SHOES AWAL LP / CD / DL / Bundles Out 22nd May 2020   BUY HERE Badly Drawn Boy returns with his ninth album, Banana Skin...

Nightingales: Four Against Fate – album review – their latest, greatest 10/10

Album Review NIGHTINGALES - Four Against Fate (Tiny Global Productions) LP / CD / DL Out now 10/10 "While other bands singe their puny parts on a bonfire of...

The Dears: Lovers Rock – album review

The Dears have been doom-mongering since the dawn of time. Or at least since they started out in Montreal 25 years ago. Tim Cooper finds them still searching for love in the time of coronavirus.

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit: Reunions – album review

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit 'Reunions' Album Review Labelled as "the songwriter's songwriter" and nominated by word of mouth as one of the best songwriters...

Model Home: One Year – album review

Model Home: One Year (Disciples) DL/LP Released May 29th Washington D.C based hip-hop group, Model Home, are set to release a compilation of music from their mixtape...

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