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Smith & Mighty: Ashley Road Sessions (1988-1994) – album review

Smith & Mighty: Ashley Road Sessions (1988-1994) Tectonic / Punch Drunk 2 x LP, CD, DL, Stream To celebrate thirty years since the iconic Bristol duo Smith...

Vukovar: Monument – album review

Vukovar have once more warned at the perils of compiling Album Of The Year lists too early.

Fofoulah: Daega Rek – album review

Are the people of The World ready for the genre busting Fofoulah and their astonishing Afro-Dub explosions?

Bob Marley And The Wailers: Kaya 40 – album review

Bob Marley’s legacy continues and this release is something he would surely approve of.

TQ Zine: Covering The Covers – album review

This is an album for the challenged and the challenging, the disturbed and the disturbing. A mammoth collection for a mammoth mind.

Dirtmusic: Bu Bir Ruya – review

Four years in the making but worth every second.

Kuenta i Tambu: RAIS – Album Review

RAIS by Kuneta i Tambu is a brilliantly breakneck, fantastically futuristic carnival of light

Dub Syndicate: Ambience In Dub 1982-1985 – album review

Trail blazing, barrier breaking and often, sheer genius.

Mista Savona: Mista Savona Presents Havana Meets Kingston – album review

Havana Meets Kingston is a vital shot of celebratory joy and a testament to the power of human collaboration.

Various: 80s Underground Cassette Culture Volume 1 – album review

Head ready to burst, ears ready to bleed, Contort Yourself have pulled off a blinder here.

White Hills: Stop Mute Defeat – album review

Far more than experimental rock. Dark, moody and lively - prepare to be impressed by White Hills.

Jeb Loy Nichols: Country Hustle – album review

Is it Soul? Is it Country? Is it Hip-hop? No, it’s Jeb Loy Nichols

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