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Slift: Ummon – album review

SLIFT UMMON Stolen Body Records / Vicious Circle LP / CD / CASS Out 28th February 2020   French space rock psych merchants, Slift, return with a new record of swirling dense...

Coil: Stolen & Contaminated Songs – reissue review

Coil: Stolen & Contaminated Songs Cold Spring Records LP / CD / DL Out Now! Stolen & Contaminated Songs found Coil collecting together outtakes and unreleased songs from...

Dima Midborn – Middle Aged Man LP Review

Dima Midborn is bassist with Moscow post-punk act Inturist and pop stars On-The-Go. Now he has a new solo record out.

Psycho Comedy: Performance Space Number One – album review

Album Review Psycho Comedy - Performance Space Number One  (Silver Machine Recordings) CD, Vinyl, cassette and all streaming platforms.  Out 14 Feb 2020 Scouse psych collective combine narcissism...

Kirsty Almeida: Moonbird – album review

On the brink of her latest UK tour, world-renowned folk singer-songwriter Kirsty Almeida’s latest album Moonbird is an ethereal capsule into a sphere of bliss, beauty and vulnerable emotion.

Blossoms: Foolish Loving Spaces – album review

Stockport-based group Blossoms have returned with their third record ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’. On the album they manage to take influence from some of the biggest icons in the pop world, all while keeping their Manchester-sounding roots well in tact. By doing so they produce their most accomplished and best sounding work to date.

The Soulless Party: The Black Meadow Archive Volume 1 – album review

The Soulless Party: The Black Meadow Archive Volume 1 Castles In Space LP/DL Out Now A duel book / audio release, The Soulless Party return with an album...

Various Artists – C90 – album review

Various Artists - C90 Cherry Red 3CD/DL Released 21st February 2020 The C86 series rolls into a new decade with this compilation of UK indie pop's highs from...

Niklas Paschburg: Svalbard – album review

Nicklas Paschburg: Svalbard 7K! 28/02/2020 Buy The Album Here Niklas Paschburg’s second album is an evocative, subtle journey through a frozen landscape.  The combination of piano, orchestra and...

Dboy: New Records in Human Power – album review

Dboy – New Records in Human Power Alcopop Records (UK) & Dine Alone Records (Canada) LP Released 14th February 2020   Steve John escapes the clutches of cellar punks...

Ash: Teenage Wildlife: 25 Years Of Ash – album review

Ash celebrate their silver jubilee with a hand-picked collection of more than 50 pop-punk classics, including all the singles. They sound as good as they did 25 years ago, says Tim Cooper.

Various Artists/Sonia Pottinger: Hits Of ’77 – album review

Various Artists/Sonia Pottinger - Hits Of '77 Doctor Bird 2CD/DL Released 14th February 2020 Rare Sonia Pottinger-produced album that brought together some of the big reggae hit songs...

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