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Deux Furieuses: My War Is Your War – album review

There’s a reason that their debut album was so critically acclaimed and all those justifications are repeated

Wilton Sleeper: The History of Us and Them – EP review

EP Review Wilton Sleeper - The History of Us and Them (self released) Out Now DL Southampton's Wilton Sleeper offer 4 tracks of angular indie rock characterised by...

Mel & Kim: The Singles Boxset – album review

  Mel & Kim - The Singles Boxset Cherry Pop 7CD/DL Released 10th October 2019 Seven disc boxset featuring the singles recorded by 80s Hackney pop sensations Mel &...

Cotton Wolf: Ofni – album review

Cotton Wolf have evolved. They're gifts from everything to songwriting to production, from concept to delivery have really evolved since we last heard a full length project from them in 2017. Cotton Wolf have created a universe of their own using the history of Welsh and electronica culture. Ofni is an addictive place to visit and a world a lot of people should visit.

The Jesus Bolt: that Unwanted Present – EP Review / Video Premiere

EP Review and Video Premiere The Jesus Bolt  - That Unwanted Present EP  (Self Released)  DL / CD  Out now Dynamic Bristol duo  release second EP of folk-blues...

Joe Meek & Various: I Hear A New World – album review

Joe Meek & Various - I Hear A New World Cherry Red Records 3CD/DL Released 4 October 2019 Subtitled "An Outer Space Music Fantasy" and "The Pioneers Of...

The Cold Spells: Interstitial – album review

The Cold Spells: Interstitial Gare Du Nord LP/CD/DL Released 11 October 2019 Dark and atmospheric folktronic second album from The Cold Spells, geniuses in the art of matching serenity...

The Blackheart Orchestra: Mesmeranto – album review

Put in simple terms, the Manchester-ish duo turn out their best album. We get all weepy and emotional with Mesmeranto by The Blackheart Orchestra.

Section 25 – Always Now – album review

  Section 25 - Always Now Factory Benelux 5 Vinyl LPs Released 6th September 2019 Deluxe vinyl reissue of Section 25's 1981 debut album, also including singles, live shows,...

Rabo de Toro ‘Rabo de Toro’ – album review

Rabo de Toro 'Rabo de Toro' (Link 2 Wales Records) CD | DL Available now Rabo de Toro crawled out of a toilet in a disused spam...

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds: ‘Ghosteen’ – album review

Nick Cave finds an emotional honesty and a powerful divinity on this stunning new album that deals in life and death and all the big themes that only a true artist can embrace over a subtle shape shifting darkly ambient soundtrack.

Winterfylleth: The Siege Of Mercia: Live At Bloodstock 2017 – album review

Winterfylleth: The Siege Of Mercia: Live At Bloodstock 2017 (Candlelight/Spinefarm Records) CD and DVD | Vinyl and Digital Available now Genre-defining atmospheric black metal musicians Winterfylleth are...

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