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Steven Wilson: Hand. Cannot. Erase. – album review

A chance to reappraise what in time will be considered a seminal album release. Hand. Cannot. Erase. from Steven Wilson.

Doctors Of Madness: Dark Times Album Review

The Doctors Of Madness bring out a new album, Dark Times, their first for 41 years.

Shadowax: Nikolai Reptile – EP review

Louder Than War's Rhys Delany reviews a new 4-track EP by Russian producer Ishome, released under the new name Shadowax.

Brix and the Extricated ‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’ : ‘9/10 for glorious album that sees Brix finding her own voice’

9/10 for glorious album that sees Brix break free from the Lovecraftian clank and grind of the Fall without losing those glorious Hanley bass lines and create a shimmering music of her own.

Micko & the Mellotronics : The Finger – Debut Single and Video Premiere

  Micko & the Mellotronics: The Finger - Debut Single and video premiere. To all intents and purposes Micko & The Mellotronics are a brand spanking...

Girl Band : The Talkies – album review

Girl Band: The Talkies Rough Trade LP/CD/DL 27/09/2018 Four years on from their acclaimed debut album Holding Hands With Jamie Girl Band are back with The Talkies out...

Iggy Pop: Free – album review

Iggy Pop: Free Loma Vista / Caroline International LP/CD/DL 06/09/2018 Iggy Pop returns with his follow up to 2016's Post Pop Depression. Described as a more "reflective" album,...

Caravan 1970-1975: The Decca/Deram Years – Album Review

Caravan 1970-1975: The Decca/Deram Years - Review. Matt Mead reviews the new box set of the unheralded 70's outfit

HTRK: Venus In Leo – album review

Rhys Delany reviews the fourth LP from Australian no-wave group HTRK. The album is reflective, sombre and eloquent and their best piece of work to date.

Various ‘Rebellion New Band Stage 2019’ – album review

Various 'Rebellion New Band Stage 2019' (JSNTGM Records) Ltd CD | DL Available now Over a number of years the Rebellion Festival Introducing Stage has developed to...

New Model Army: From Here – Album review

New Model Army: From Here (earMUSIC) CD/DL Out Now Following on from the success of their albums from recent years, Between Dog and Wolf, Between Wine and...

Def Robot: What Manchester Does Today, The World Does Tomorrow – Album Review

Def Robot What Manchester Does Today, The World Does Tomorrow Pearls For Swine Records CD/DL all formats Available now If you suffer from writers block at the moment I...

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