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Stony Sugarskull: Lioness – album review + interview

Stony Sugarskull Lioness DL | Vinyl Out now! Lioness, the debut album from Berlin artist Stony Sugarskull, is a fierce, feline mix of psychedelic, punk, shoegaze and kraut-rock...

Phill Reynolds: A Sudden Nowhere – album review

PHILL REYNOLDS A Sudden Nowhere Self-release LP | DL Out now   Italian folk singer Phill Reynolds releases his first new album in six years, striking a tone bewteen plainitive...

Nerve Quakes: Deprogram – album review

Nerve Quakes Deprogram Imminent Destruction Records LP | DL | Streaming Out Now An album of upbeat radio friendly post-punk tunes conceals dark messages reflecting life in...

Scenius: Enough Fears – album review

Scenius Enough Fears MMXX Records CD | DL Out now   Blending the spirits and sounds of vintage electronica with a modern approach, Scenius have created a dark-pop debut...

Rum Lad: Vandalism – album review

‘Very angry but laced with dark humour 21st-century punk album that somehow finds the missing link between IDLES, Sleaford Mods and old school punk...’

JK Flesh and Monrella: See Red – album review and interview

JK Flesh and Monrella See Red Avalanche (AREC035) Available 18th January 2020. Justin Broadrick (here as JK Flesh) from Jesu and Godflesh, and Mick Harris (here as Monrella)...

Ghostemane ‘Anti- Icon’ : A 21st century antichrist superstar who combines black metal, industrial and rap into a dystopian whole

A 21st century antichrist superstar who takes the heart of darkness trip of black metal and the clanking grind of industrial but deconstructs it into the chopped up world of rap where switching rhythms and textures is key as long as long the deadly downbeat grooves, rock heartbeats and pounding trap beats are there.

Marc Almond – The Stars We Are – album review

Marc Almond - The Stars We Are Cherry Red 2CD + 1DVD Released 22 January 2021 Expanded edition of the fourth Marc Almond solo album, which yielded the...

Fancy: The Complete Recordings – album review

Fancy The Complete Recordings Lemon 3CD/DL Released 29 January 2021 The complete recorded works of female fronted glam/hard rockers Fancy, including their cover of The Troggs' Wild Thing,...

Shame: Drunk Tank Pink – album review

Shame Drunk Tank Pink Dead Oceans LP | CD | DL Out 15th January 2021 On Drunk Tank Pink, Shame mature and expand their sound, reinventing themselves to...

Sleaford Mods: Spare Ribs – album review

Sleaford Mods: Spare Ribs Rough Trade Records Vinyl/CD/DL all platforms Release date 15th January Buy here Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn are not resting on their laurels as Sleaford...

The Bachelor Pad: All Hash and Cock : the very best of – Album Review

The Bachelor Pad: All Hash and Cock : the very best of...   (Emotional Response) DL/ Ltd Vinyl & DL Out now Every once in a while, a...

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