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Clark: Kiri Variations – album review

Clark: Kiri Variations Throttle Records LP / DL / ST 26/07/2019 Kiri Variations is the new album from experimental electronica musician Clark. Seeing the producer turn onto a...

Jonathan Sharp: Divided Time – album review

Jonathan Sharp: Divided Time Castles In Space LP / DL After discovering a batch of old photos of his childhood Jonathan Sharp decided to create a new...

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...

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...

The Relations: Night’s Prelude – album review

The Relations: Night's Prelude Spun Out Of Control Cassette / DL Available Now. Neil Hale (Correlations) returns with a new project this time with the help of a...

Thom Yorke: ANIMA – album review

Thom Yorke: ANIMA XL Recordings Thom Yorke follows up his soundtrack to Suspiria with his third official solo album. Produced by longtime collaborator Nigel Godrich, ANIMA...

Konx-om-Pax: Ways Of Seeing – album review

Ways of Seeing is a new language created with old words. It is an album that wants to fully embrace you and to allow you some space to close off from the real world and drift through this new one that Konx-om-Pax has invented with love, dedication, sweat and intelligence.

Plaid: Polymer – album review

Plaid: Polymer Warp Records LP / CD / DL Available now. Tenth studio album from Warp Records mainstays Plaid sees the duo in full storytelling mode. Simon Tucker...

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...

boycalledcrow: Emerald – album review

boycalledcrow: Emerald Wormhole World CD/DL Available now! The latest long-player by boycalledcrow sees him pushing his melodic sensibilities further than before. Simon Tucker reviews. Clouds opens Emerald. Clouds part....

Michael O’Neill: The Binary Order – album review

Michael O'Neill: The Binary Order FuckPunk Records LP/DL Available now! State of the Nation address by Michael O'Neill who spits fire and brimstone over lo-fi beats and twisted...

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...

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