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Cut Hands: Black Mamba – ep review

..... it shows how far Mr Bennett has progressed his sound.

Katatonia: Dead End Kings – album review

The song structures are so strong, putting their previous efforts to write songs like this to shame...

Local Girls: Deluxe Kicks – album review

Bratty, smart and catchy as hell, Deluxe Kicks is an easy contender for album of the year...

Stanley Odd: Reject – album review

New single Killergram (see below) takes the gangster rap clichés and rips them a new one.

Citizan Fish: Dancing With Spikes – album review

Subhumans other band delivers another great band

MONO: For my Parents – album review MONO are a Japanese four piece who create instrumental soundscapes on a grand level. They've been around for some time and have managed to...

Paranoid Visions album review

Two albums and a book all in a politico-punk vein

Strong Arm Steady vs. Statik Selektah : Stereotype – album review Strong Arm Steady vs. Statik Selektah: Stereotype (Stones Throw Records) CD/LP/DL Out: 3rd Sep East meets West in a collaborative effort from producer Statik Selektah and...

Howl Griff – Fragile Diamond – album review

Lush indie rock with "hooks, the harmonies and the rhythm".

Dahlia FX – Dahlia FX – album review

"like a trip to a strange new parallel universe"

Howl Griff: Fragile Diamond – album review

Sunshine-fuelled catchy psych pop to sing-a-long & smile to.

The Liftmen: Luftwaffe Pond – album review

An indie rock album with some delightful twists.





Watch This! VEiiLA release live ambient version of Dust

layers of synths and drums have been replaced with washed out piano, while vulnerable soft singing blends with wailing of wind from the window.

Maita: Best Wishes – album review

Maita – Best Wishes (Kill Rock Stars) All formats Out now 8/10 Portland-based Maita’s debut album is a...

Thousand Yard Stare: The Panglossian Momentum – album review

There's plenty of 90s bands reformed over the years - Thousand Yard Stare were one of the most unlikely, but they're back, after a live record and two EPs - with their new album The Panglossian Momentum that's a fine addition to their underappreciated history.

Shaw & Grossfeldt: Klavier – album review

Shaw & Grossfeldt – Klavier   Drone Vinyl/Download/Stream Out on June 5 2020 7/10   The chance discovery of a...

Mad Daddy: EP#3 reviewed : Manx cats who rock the blues

EP Review Mad Daddy  - EP#3  (self-released) DL and Spotify Out now High-octane Rock 'n' Roll Punk Blues...