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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...

The Residents – A Nickle If Your Dick’s This Big (1971-1972) – album review

  The Residents - A Nickle If Your Dick's This Big (1971-1972) Cherry Red/Ralph 2CD/DL Released 8th November 2019 The Residents' pREServed series goes pre-Residents, with recordings that made...

Various Artists: STUMM433 – review

Maybe its just noise. Maybe its pure transcendence. The only way you will know for certain is to give this wonderful compilation and listen.

Comet Gain: Fireraisers Forever! – album review

  Album Review Comet Gain: Fireraisers Forever! - Tapete Records CD / LP / Digital  9 /10 Release date: October 11th, 2019  Here comes the beat of the broken street…...

Underworld: Drift Series 1 – album review

Underworld: Drift Series 1 Caroline International CD + Blu Ray Box Set / LP (Sampler) The complete set of recordings  / films made by Underworld throughout...

Amy Studt: Happiest Girl In The Universe – album review

Former teen star Amy Studt’s third album is an intensely personal diary of depression, hope and redemption matched by bold, innovative musical settings and an emotive vocal range.Tim Cooper falls under its spell.

Mighty Baby – At A Point Between Fate And Destiny – album review

  Mighty Baby - At A Point Between Fate And Destiny Grapefruit 5CD/DL Released 25th October 2019 6CD boxset with the complete recordings of Mighty Baby, the psychedelic/prog band...

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