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Fad Gadget: The Best Of….-reissue review

Fad Gadget: The Best Of... Mute Records LP/DL Out Now! Celebrating 40yrs since the debut Fad Gadget 7" single release, Mute Records release 2001's Best Of on vinyl...

Goldie: Saturnz Return ’21st Anniversary Edition’ – reissue review

Goldie: Saturnz Return '21st Anniversary Edition' London Records LP/CD/DL Goldie's complicated follow up to Timeless gets the deluxe reissue treatment. Featuring the likes of Noel Gallagher, David...

Haiku Salut: The General – album review

Haiku Salut: The General Secret Name LP/CD/DL Available 2nd August 2019 Acclaimed trio Haiku Salut return with their fourth album which is an original soundtrack for the...

Radio Europa: Community Is Revolution – album review

Uncompromising contender for any albums of the year listing and an essential listen.

Ifriqiyya Electrique: Laylet El Booree – album review

This is modern day punk with a Tunisian twist – lively, powerful and often sounding out of control.

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...

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.

ionnalee: Remember the Future – Album Review

ionnalee: Remember the Future To Whom It May Concern Format:  digital download/stream/CD/Vinyl Available now With her second album as a solo artist, the enigmatic ionnalee steps further from...

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...

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....

Phildel: Wave Your Flags – album review

Phildel is a huge star in the waiting, doing things her way, in her time and on her rules, make no mistake, she is an enormous talent.

Vukovar: Cremator – album review

they rise one more like a proverbial phoenix out of the ashes of their previous incarnation with new found vigour and intent in the form of Cremator.

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