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El Gobierno: Rollo Desarrollo – album review

EL GOBIERNO ROLLO DESARROLLO FOLC Records LP / DL Out now!   Madrid's El Gobierno return with their third album, another dose of high-energy garage-soul with a twist. The Government are...

Giant Swan: Giant Swan- album review

Giant Swan have delivered one of the finest debut albums in recent memory and one of the most confounding, confusing, shocking and beautiful bass records in many a year.

Various Artists: Galigantus album review

Various Artists Galigantus (RIO) CD Released: 1st November, 2019 8/10 Compilation of Cornish Rock for charity. There have been some remarkable sounds coming out of Cornwall for a good...

Rats From a Sinking Ship (with Markus Kienzl): We Are Heathen – album review

Rats from a Sinking Ship – We Are Heathen (Drive by Shouting) DL/Ltd CD Out Now As we enter silly season in the world of UK politics in...

John Howard – Four Piano Pieces and Across The Door Sill – album reviews

Album Review John Howard - Four Piano Pieces and Across The Door Sill (Special Edition) DL only Out Now Release of a special edition of John Howard's...

The Harveys: Frank Got Married – Single Review – the return of 90’s John Peel band Harvey’s Rabbit

Single Review The Harveys: Frank Got Married / Shadow of the Wind   (German Shepherd) DL/CD  9/10 Out now Second single on the Salford label from the artistes...

Def Robot: Play This When We’re Gone – album review

Def Robot – Play This When We’re Gone Self-released - Bandcamp DL/Stream Out Now Just how prolific are Def Robot? Well put it this way, they have a...

ZAC: S/T – album review

ZAC S/T Damaged Goods LP / CD Out 15th November 2019   ZAC, the new Italian quartet, land with their debut album - a wonderful modern power-pop blend that is...

Medicine: Scarred for Life – album review

Medicine – Scarred for Life (Drawing Room Records) Ltd Vinyl/DL Out Now Alt-rock shoegaze noise merchants Medicine release a new album after what feels like forever. The initial...

Alan Price: Between Today and Yesterday – album review

Alan Price: Between Today and Yesterday CD (Esoteric Recordings) Out Now Louder Than War's Craig Chaligne reviews Cherry Red's reissue of Alan Price's long out of print album...

GospelbeacH: Let it Burn – album review

GospelbeacH: Let it Burn Alive Natural Sound Third album proper by Beachwood Sparks' Brent Rademaker, and featuring the recently deceased guitarist Neal Casal (Chris Robinson...

The Residents – Not Available – album review

  The Residents - Not Available Cherry Red/Ralph 2CD/DL Released 8th November 2019 2CD edition of the album that languished in the can for four years due to the...

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