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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...

Warmduscher: Tainted Lunch – album review

Rhys Delany takes a trip to Whale City, the home of Warmduscher. While there he dines on the local delicacy of a Tainted Lunch.

Swans: leaving meaning. – album review

Gira has married his acoustic output to the cavernous Swans sound helping to reinvent the band in a way that is not too dramatic but different enough to know that we are now dealing with a new Swans taking on yet another challenge

The Pop Group: Y (Definitive Edition) – album review

The Pop Group's debut album Y was released in 1979. Forty years later its visceral power still has the power to shock and inspire in a box set full of surprises, says Tim Cooper.

Jeffrey Lewis & The Voltage: Bad Wiring – album review

  Jeffrey Lewis & The Voltage Bad Wiring (Moshi Moshi) CD/LP/DL Released: 1st November, 2019 9/10 Lightning Lewis hits high Voltage with Bad Wiring. Jeffrey Lewis is the indie...

Self Abuse: Blowing A Fuse – EP review

EP Review Self Abuse - Blowing A Fuse (Abused Records) 10" vinyl/CD/DL Out Now Perennial Bournemouth punks Self Abuse return with 4 tracks of tuneful ditties and a...

Happy Mondays: The Early EPs – review

Happy Mondays: The Early EPs London Records 4xLP / DL Available now Pulling together the first four EPs from seminal Manchester outfit Happy Mondays, 'The Early EPs' shows...

Soft Thoughts: Soft Thoughts – album review

Soft Thoughts: Soft Thoughts Arachnidiscs Recordings CD/DL Available Now. Debut self-titled album by Soft Thoughts (Matt Nish-Lapidus, Timothy Condon and Michael Peter Olsen). Simon Tucker finds plenty to...

Battles: Juice B Crypts – album review

Battles: Juice B Crypts Warp Records LP / CD / DL Available Now. Battles return with their fourth album Juice B Crypts released via Warp Records. Simon Tucker...

Punishment Of Luxury: Puppet Life – The Complete Recordings – album review

  Punishment Of Luxury - Puppet Life Cherry Red 5CD Released 25th October 2019 5CD boxset which seeks to present the complete recordings of Punilux, with their 1979 debut...

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