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Pussycat and the Dirty Johnsons: Beast Album Review

Pussycat and the Dirty Johnsons Beast (Hound Gawd! Records) LP/CD/DL Released: August 28th, 2020 8/10 Trash punk assault on the senses to unleash the beast The feline...

Jessy Lanza: All The Time – album review

Jessy Lanza: All The Time (Hyperdub) DL/ Vinyl / CD Out Now 8/10 Andy Brown reviews Jessy Lanza’s third album, All The Time, for Louder Than War. The...

July – The Complete Recordings – album review

  July - The Complete Recordings Grapefruit 6CD/Dl Released 31 July 2020 Six disc boxset that includes everything recorded by psychedelic band July, including their first album in both...

Silverbacks: Fad – album review

Silverbacks – Fad Central Tones Out Now LP/CD/DL Coming at you from Dublin (via New York and early 80’s Glasgow) is Fad, the debut album from Silverbacks. There...

Fontaines D.C. ‘A Hero’s Death’ making an art of sounding wounded in impressive second album

Ready to sacrifice their old sound, Fontaines D.C. return with A Hero’s Death. The second album from the five-piece feels a retreat from their earlier sound with some glimmers along the way that seek to burn the Fontaines D.C. old model.

The Psychedelic Furs: Made of Rain – album review

Album Review The Psychedelic Furs -  Made of Rain (Cooking Vinyl) CD/ DL/ LP/Cass 9.5/10 Released 31 July 2020 More than just a return-to-form, nothing as vulgar as a...

The Dandy Warhols – Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia Turns Twenty

The Dandy Warhols helped usher in the first rock movement of the new Millennium with their seminal third album Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia....

Various Artists – Musik, Music, Musique -1980 The Dawn Of Synth Pop – album review

  Various Artists - Musik, Music, Musique Cherry Red 3CD Released 31st July 2020 Subtitled "1980 - The Dawn Of Synth Pop" this new set focusses on that pivotal...

International Teachers of Pop: Pop Gossip – album review

International Teachers of Pop Pop Gossip   Desolate Spools All formats Out on 28 August 2020     Sheffield’s International Teachers of Pop deliver a masterclass in melding banging tunes and social...

Scissorgun – All You Love Is Need – album review

  Scissorgun - All You Love Is Need Aural Assault Records CD/DL Out Now New album from Scissorgun, the duo of Alan Hempsall (Crispy Ambulance) and David Clarkson (Special...

Sunshine Walkers – The Best Of Kimberley Rew & Lee Cave-Berry – Album Review

Sunshine Walkers - The Best Of Kimberley Rew & Lee Cave-Berry, extensive overview of Soft Boys guitarist's solo work

Mouthbreathre: Dance of Death – EP review

Mouthbreathre – Dance of Death DL Out now 8/10 Download here Exeter-based duo, Mouthbreathre, have medieval gothic artwork, a macabre debut EP title and a punk ethos. But don't...
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