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R. Seiliog: Megadoze – album review

R. Seiliog: Megadoze Turnstile DL 30/11/2018 R. Seiliog (Robin Edwards) releases his first full length album since the critically acclaimed 2014 release In Hz. Megadoze sees Edwards...

Accü: Echo The Red – album review

Accü: Echo The Red Libertino Records CD/DL Available now! Debut album by half Dutch - half Welsh artist Accü sees an artist arrived seemingly fully formed. Simon Tucker...

Jean-Michael Jarre: Equinoxe Infinity – album review

Jarre often teases with lead-ups which could break into versions from the original album at any one time and this, is perhaps when his genius shines through.

Fofoulah: Daega Rek – album review

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

Yazoo: Four Pieces – album review

Yazoo are an indispensable part of pop history and Four Pieces testifies the fact with a fitting tribute to a quite unique act.

Blancmange: Wanderlust – album review

Neil Arthur is in rich form... and his lust for writing seems to be unquenchable.

Mirrors For Psychic Warfare: I See What I Became – album review

Mirrors For Psychic Warfare: I See What I Became Neurot Recordings LP/CD/DL Available Now! I See What I Became is the second outing for Mirrors For Psychic...

Maarja Nuut & Rum: Muunduja – album review

Maarja Nuut & Rum: Muunduja LP/CD/DL Available 05/10/2018 Maarja Nuut and Hendrik Kaljujärv aka Ruum are set to release collaborative album 'Muunduja’, scheduled for release on 5th...

Listen to this! Koto Kill: War Zone Premiere

And now for something completely different: the official premiere of 'War Zone', a hard-hitting electro-rock symphony by Koto Kill, aka London producer Gabriel Ralls (formerly of Plastique),...

Tim Hecker: Konoyo – album review

Tim Hecker: Konoyo Kranky LP/CD/DL Available 28/09/2018 Experimental composer Tim Hecker returns with an album based on conversations with a recently deceased friend and created with members of...

Picturebox: Escapes – album review

songs that will remain with you long after they have finished and will make you appreciate the beauty of simplicity in our often complicated, meaningless lives.

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