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Tim Burgess 'Oh No I Love You' album review

An excellent, exciting album of experimental pop from Charlatans' frontman

Antibalas 'Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra' – album review

Antibalas pull off ferocious and fun for a rewarding listen

Her Parents 'Physical Release' – album review

Here is the deal: Punk isn\'t dead, long live Her Parents

Two Door Cinema Club ‘Beacon’ album review

This album is a far more polished, mature offering from the Northern Irish trio....

Viva le Pink 'London Crawlin' – EP review

Viva le Pink 'London Crawlin' EP (Diablo Records) CD/DL Released 29th October 2012 Debut release from Viva Le Pink, the name refers to the well inked front...

Boz Boorer: Some of the Parts – album review

Boz Boorer has a rockabilly heart beating inside his chest.

Paranoid Visions: Escape From the Austerity Complex – album review

It\'s a creative hot pot of fully realised ideas ... and after 30 years, a career high.

David Byrne & St. Vincent: Love This Giant – album review

In reality, this review need only be one phrase long: ..... Truly Magnificent.

Planks: Funeral Mouth – album review

Awesome German Sludgecore for people who don't like people.

Jon Spencer Blues Explosion: Meat and Bone – album review

Over twenty years after they first rose from the ashes of Pussy Galore, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion release their 11th Studio album and the first in 8 years, but is their still a place for them in 2012? Our blues enthusiast / review monkey Colin McCracken seems to think so

Thee Faction – Singing Down the Government – album review

Track by track walk-through of Thee Faction's new album

Sixto Rodriguez: Searching For Sugar Man OST – album review

Sixto Rodriguez never really reached the levels of acclaim that his music warranted. It was an unjustified outcome, as his protest folk, littered with tales of drug abuse, roustabouts and unrequited love stand alongside the great voices of the era.
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LISTEN ! To the top 20 tracks on the Afrobeats chart

Africa is changing fast. Finally shaking off the shackles of colonialism, the continent is now creating its own narrative

Lauren Moon: What Goes Round (Comes Round) – single review

Lauren Moon: What Goes Round (Comes Round) Available now on all streaming services Lauren Moon follows...

Siouxsie And The Banshees : Kaleidoscope – 40 Years On

  SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES : 'KALEIDOSCOPE' - 40 YEARS ON. An appreciation and reappraisal by...

VHS Glitch: Sides – album review

Album Review VHS Glitch- Sides Out Now DL 8/10 ''Sometimes you gotta relax and disconnect like back in the...

Watch This! Russian electro duo VEiiLA unveil Battle video

the moody minor palette of booming synths and aged syncopated drums with distant yet vulnerable vocals