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Blabbermouth Vs Lachlan Young: The Edge of Reason – album review

Blabbermouth Vs Lachlan Young: The Edge of Reason (Self Released) CD | DL Rel Date: Available now A welcome follow up (of sorts) to the 2019...

IDLES : Ultra Mono – album review

On Ultra Mono, IDLES confound and draw lines in the sand. They provide an urgent rush of ideas, energy and action and bring a sensitivity to the bludgeon and the noise. They bring an intelligence and a meaning to the music and they somehow manage to cram their wild intelligence into short sharp shocks of sound that is honed to perfection on the new album. 

ROSSALL: The Last Glam In Town – album review

album review ROSSALL: The Last Glam In Town - Tiny Global Productions CD/DL/LP 9/10 DL available & Pre-order now John Rossall stands alone as a prime architect of...

Barbara Lewis: Don’t Forget About Me – album review

Barbara Lewis - Don't Forget About Me SoulMusic 3CD/DL Released 25 September 2020 Subtitled "The Atlantic & Reprise Recordings", this 3CD set brings together 68 tracks by the...

Thurston Moore: By The Fire – album review

Thurston Moore releases his seventh solo album By The Fire, a collection of "songs as flames of rainbow energy" for lockdown. The Sonic Youth founder is in top form, says Tim Cooper.

A. Swayze & The Ghosts: Paid Salvation – album review

Tasmanian punks A.Swayze & The Ghosts conjure up punk's Spirit of '77 and update it with current concerns and a fearsome fury. Tim Cooper tries to remember how to pogo.

Sault: Untitled (Black Is) – album review

Sault - Untitled (Black Is)  Forever Living Originals  DL Out Now.  LP|CD released 18th September 2020   The mysterious Sault has created a powerful, potent protest album that is...

L7 : Smell the Magic: 30th Anniversary Edition – album review / interview

Album Review L7 - Smell The Magic (Remastered)  (Sub-Pop) Vinyl / CD / DL 9/10 Release date: 18 Sept 2020 30th Anniversary Edition of the fiery, American grunge pioneers...

Chris Phillips: Build Me An Empire – Album Review

Chris Phillips: Build Me An Empire – Album Review. Michael Hicks reviews the new release for Louder Than War.

Osees: Protean Threat – album review

OSEES PROTEAN THREAT Castle Face Records LP | CD | DL Out 18 September 2020   BUY HERE Album 23 for California psych-garage mastermind John Dwyer sees his band twisting evermore,...

Colin Clyne: Where The Ships Go To Die – single preview

single preview Colin Clyne - Where The Ships Go To Die (Royale Music) Available on all digital platforms out now Stunning new single from award-winning Scots singer....

Johnny Casino: Vibrations, Yours And Mine – album review

JOHNNY CASINO VIBRATIONS, YOURS AND MINE Beluga Records / Golden Robot Records LP | DL| CD Out now!   In a world that is crumbling around us, Johnny Casino's new...
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