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Linval Thompson – The Trojan Dancehall Albums Collection – album review

  Linval Thompson - The Trojan Dancehall Albums Collection Doctor Bird 3CD/DL Released 10th January 2020 2CD set consisting of four Linval Thompson produced Trojan Records LPs from the...

Sonya Spence – In The Dark/Sings Love – album review

  Sonya Spence - In The Dark/Sings Love Doctor Bird 2CD/DL Released 10th January 2020 A 2CD set combining Sonya Spence's two albums for Sonia Pottinger's High Note label...

Beat Hotel: S/T – mini-album review

BEAT HOTEL S/T Occultation Recordings LP / DL Out 31st January 2020   Aficionados of Creation Records, Beat Hotel, launch their mini-album, Beat Hotel. Six tracks indebted to their heroes...

Austerity: Anarcho Punk Dance Party – album review

Album Review Austerity - Anarcho Punk Dance Party  (Every Man His Own Football & Quiet Backwater) CD / DL Out now 10/10 Is this the last great punk album...

Jake Fletcher : Jake Fletcher – album review

Jake Fletcher is a man of many talentss, having been part of underground Manchester bands Gramotones and Cupids, he's toured with The Specials, Steve Cradock and PP Arnold whilst working on this long-awaited debut solo album

Throbbing Gristle: TG Now / Part Two – The Endless Not / A Souvenir Of Camber Sands – review

Throbbing Gristle: TG Now / Part Two - The Endless Not / A Souvenir Of Camber Sands Mute Records LP / CD / DL Out Now. The final...

A Projection ‘Section’ – album review

A Projection 'Section' (Metropolis Records) CD | Ltd LP | DL Available now Swedish goth tinged post punks A Projection have returned with their third album "Section"...

Be-Bop Deluxe – Modern Music Expanded Edition – album review

Be-Bop Deluxe Modern Music (Expanded Edition) Esoteric 2CD/4CD+DVD/DL Out now New 2CD set of Be-Bop Deluxe's fourth album with a bonus disc of remixes. Ian Canty acclaims a...

The Routes: Tune Out, Switch Off, Drop In – album review

THE ROUTES TUNE OUT, SWITCH OFF, DROP IN Groovie Records LP / DL Out 23 December 2019   Japan's The Routes return for album number seven, drenching themselves in spiraling...

HIGH/LOW: Down The Wave – album review

HIGH/LOW DOWN THE WAVE Instereo Records LP / CD / DL / CASS Out now!   Essex-based lo-fi fuzz lovers, HIGH/LOW, return for album number three and hark back to...

Peter Astor and the Holy Road: Paradise – album review

Peter Astor and the Holy Road: Paradise Tapete Records Vinyl/CD/DL A welcome reissue of The Loft/Weather Prophets front-man's post-Creation Records 1992 album, which is another shining example...

Assassin Of Sound: Earth Suite – album review

Assassin of Sound: Earth Suite Wormhole World CD/DL Available 13/12/2019 Assassin of Sound's debut album sees the producer stretch himself in all directions attempting to convey the current...

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