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Lying Cat: A Pleasant And Profound Hand Into A Peaceful Death – album review

Lying Cat A Pleasant And Profound Hand Into A Peaceful Death Cue Dot Records CD|DL released 30th October 2020. Pre-orders available now.   Cue Dot's second release comes...

The Sunny Smiles Three: Fireman Spaceman Mermaid – album review

The Sunny Smiles Three: Fireman Spaceman Mermaid  FR Records CD/download Out on November 2 2020 When The Sunny Smiles Three are made of up of indie...

Aemong: Crimson – Album Review

Album Review Aemong: Crimson  (Diskotopia) DL only Out Now It's Berlin-based and it's noise-pop and it's no-wave but it's something else entirely. The second album by Aemong, on...

Devin Townsend: Order Of Magnitude – Empath Live Volume 1 – album review

Devin Townsend: Order Of Magnitude – Empath Live Volume 1 (Inside Out Music) Limited Deluxe 2CD+Blu-Ray+DVD Artbook (including expanded artwork & photos), Limited 2CD+DVD Digipak, Standalone...

Gorillaz: Season One – Strange Timez: album review

Gorillaz: Song Machine Season One - Strange Timez Parlophone Records Vinyl/CD/DL (deluxe edition available) from Friday 23rd October Buy album here. The greatest virtual band on Earth are back...

Froggy And The Ringes : Soft ‘G’ – EP review

FROGGY & THE RINGES - SOFT ‘G’ 7” E.P. (Kibou + 4 others) 7"/DL Out 5th Nov, Pre-sales from 30th October Part novelty, part nasty, Froggy and...

Various Artists – Right Back Where We Started From – album review

Various Artists - Right Back Where We Started From RPM 3CD/DL Released 23 October 2020 This set, sequel to the Am I Dreaming? box of 2017, seeks to...

Cut Worms: Nobody Lives Here Anymore – album review

Cut Worms Nobody Lives Here Anymore Jagjaguwar LP | CD | DL Out Now   On his second album, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Max Clarke, aka Cut Worms, gorgeously pays...

The Spyrals: Same Old Line – album review

THE SPYRALS SAME OLD LINE Fuzz Club Records LP | CD | CASS | DL Out 30th October, 2020   LA back-to-basics blues-rockers return with a new mini-album that mines...

Ian Dury: Hit Me! The Best Of Ian Dury – album review

Ian Dury’s greatest moments remembered in a three-hour three-CD compilation capturing all the finest moments of his career, from the Kilburns through to the Blockheads. Tim Cooper lends a King Lear.

Matt Berninger: Serpentine Prison – album review

Matt Berninger, frontman of The National, releases a magnificently melancholy first solo album produced by the legendary Booker T. Jones. It's a masterpiece, says Tim Cooper.

Dub Pistols: Addict – album review

Dub Pistols are back with album number 8 that harks back to their early roots reckons Wayne AF Carey...

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