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Zonal: Wrecked – album review

Here is an album you will want to get lost in many times over and it is one that even during its most oppressive moments allows for a space around the edges so you can breathe and remain locked and focused on its main agenda. This is music to get you up and at 'em. Music to storm castles and destroy parliaments. An album with a clear and unifying agenda, which is welcoming without being soft, beautiful in it ugliness and 100% the results of artists at the peak of their powers.

The Utopia Strong: The Utopia Strong – album review

The Utopia Strong: The Utopia Strong Rocket Recordings LP/CD/DL Out Now. Modern kosmische via the joined efforts of Kavus Torabi, Michael J. York and snooker legend...

Bobby Krlic: Midsommar OST – soundtrack review

Bobby Krlic: Midsommar OST Milan Records LP / CD / DL Out Now. Bobby Krlic (The Haxan Cloak) score for the latest Ari Aster film 'Midsommar' was recently...

Félicia Atkinson: The Flower And The Vessel – album review

Félicia Atkinson: The Flower And The Vessel Shelter Press LP/CD/DL Out Now. Ambient and poetry legend Félicia Atkinson returns with a new album out now via Shelter Press....

Black To Comm: Before After – album review

Black To Comm: Before After Thrill Jockey Records LP / DL 12/07/2019 Marc Richter (Black To Comm) releases his second album of the year with Before After. Dissonant...

Steve Nolan: From Water / Ream – album reviews

Steve Nolan: From Water  / Ream Spun Out Of Control Cassette  / DL Available Now! Not one but two album by the acclaimed musician / composer Steve Nolan...

Xqui: Lleisiau – Album Review

Xqui Lleisiau Wormhole World Limited Edition CD/Streaming/Download Available now   Lee Ashworth ventures out across a musical hinterland to discover Xqui's Lleisiau emanating from the vanguard of a liberating, new...

Jan St. Werner: Glottal Wolpertinger – album review

Jan St. Werner: Glottal Wolpertinger Thrill Jockey LP/DL Available now! Glottal Wolpertinger is the the sixth installment in Jan St. Werner (Mouse On Mars) Fiepblatter Catalogue series....

Kyle Bobby Dunn: From Here To Eternity – Album Review

Kyle Bobby Dunn From Here To Eternity Past Inside the Present Released: 3rd May 2019 Available on digital, CD and Limited Edition 4x LP Set From Here To Eternity...

Abul Mogard: And We Are Passing Through Silently – Album Review

Abul Mogard And We Are Passing Through Silently Houndstooth 15th March 2019 Format:2 LP, CD, Digital   Lee Ashworth finds drone epics and an exquisite darkness on Abul Mogard's new...

Dunning & Underwood: The Blow Volume 5 – album review

Dunning & Underwood: The Blow Volume 5 Front & Follow Cassette / DL Available now. Front & Follow continue their series of experimental split releases. Volume 5 sees...

Cosey Fanni Tutti: TUTTI – album review

With TUTTI, Cosey Fanni Tutti has made an album that sings the many joys that can be found in not just the avant-garde scene but in this life experience as well. It is human and humane, fierce and proud. A truly wonderful statement by one of our most important artists. Who knows what the next chapter in the life of Cosey Fanni Tutti contains but you can guarantee one thing, it will never be anything other than interesting.

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