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Luna Pines: Daisy – single release

Luna Pines' Daisy featuring Jess Mollie: Bryony Hegarty reviews new single release on Sixteen Records for Louder Than War.

John Grant: Sage Gateshead – live review

The incredible John Grant puts on yet another genre defying, interstellar show where he navigates disco to soaring post rock with ease!

Subjective: Act One: Music For Inanimate Objects – album review

Subjective: Act One: Music For Inanimate Objects Masterworks LP / CD / DL Available Now. Act One: Music For Inanimate Objects is the debut album by Ulterior Motive's...

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.

Back To Mine: Nightmares On Wax – album review

Back To Mine: Nightmares On Wax Back To Mine 2xLP / CD / DL 25/01/2019 Acclaimed mix series Back To Mine make a welcome return. Following on from...

Misled Convoy: Sixteen Sunsets – album review

an album to gauge all ambient dub albums by.

Elizabeth Joan Kelly: Music For The DMV – album review

Simple but expertly assembled music with more than a few surprises along the way.

Vanguardista Records: Winter Solstice – album review

Winter Solstice is worthy of your attention and, a few quid to ensure that the roots of music never fade.

Johanna Glaza: Albion – EP review

This, is the voice of an angel if ever there was one. Johanna Glaza is the sound that you will hear as you wait patiently to pass through the Pearly Gates.

Raul Refree: La Otra Mitad – album review

La Otra Mitad is an album that will struggle to nestle into any genre defining shape, it seems to weave together opposing styles, almost like a compilation album but where everything has its place. 

Chris Carter: Miscellany – album review

Chris Carter: Miscellany Mute LP / CD / DL Available Now! Throbbing Gristle / Chris & Cosey  / Carter Tutti Void polymath Chris Carter releases a slew of...

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