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Charivari / Iceman Furniss Quintet: Purge / 18.07.16 – single review

Charivari / Iceman Furniss Quintet: Purge / 18.07.16 (Noctone) 12" Available now! 8/10 The debut release by the feldgling Noctone label (which like a lot of the best...

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein: Stranger Things OST – album review

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein Stranger Things OST (Invada Records / Lakeshore Records) LP/CD/DL Please check Invada / Lakeshore websites for full release dates and variants. 8/10 The much...

IN-IS: Seven Days – album review

A delightful and charming album which deserves any accolade that will come its way.

Islet: Liquid Half Moon – E.P review

Islet: Liquid Half Moon (Shape Records) 12"/DL Available 25/11/2016 8/10 Welsh psych-rockers Islet return with a brand new E.P. Simon Tucker is very happy to see them back. Liquid...

Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow: Black Mirror: Men Against Fire – album review

Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow: Black Mirror - Men Against Fire (Invada Records) DL Available Now 8.5/10 Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow team up again to score...

Thought Forms: Songs About Drowning

Thought Forms: Songs About Drowning (Invada Records) LP/CD/DL Available from 4/11/2016 9/10 Post-Rock three piece Thought Forms release follow up to their highly acclaimed album Ghost Mountain. Simon...

Lark – Blink: album review

An album which slipped under the radar first time around but with Lark’s new found interest, should now get the accolades it deserves.

Clipping.: Splendor & Misery – album review

Clipping.: Splendor & Misery (Sub Pop/ Deathbomb Arc) LP/CD/DL Available Now 8.5/10 Experimental Hip-Hop outfit Clipping. release brand new concept album. Simon Tucker takes the journey. Concept album. Two...

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: Skeleton Tree – album review

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: Skeleton Tree (Bad Seed Ltd) LP/CD/DL Available Now 10/10 Skeleton Tree is the sixteenth studio album by Nick Cave & The Bad...

Radio Europa: TyDbXx – album review

ones who were not afraid to be different

Ela Orleans: Circles of Upper and Lower Hell – album review

Ela Orleans: Circles of Upper and Lower Hell (Night School Records) 2LP/CD/DL Available Now! 8/10 Ela Orleans' seventh album under her own name is a deep and intense...

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