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Coil: Stolen & Contaminated Songs – reissue review

Coil: Stolen & Contaminated Songs Cold Spring Records LP / CD / DL Out Now! Stolen & Contaminated Songs found Coil collecting together outtakes and unreleased songs from...

The Soulless Party: The Black Meadow Archive Volume 1 – album review

The Soulless Party: The Black Meadow Archive Volume 1 Castles In Space LP/DL Out Now A duel book / audio release, The Soulless Party return with an album...

The Associates: Perhaps (Deluxe edition) – album review

A voice that maybe never reached its true recognition but one that has left its imprint on many singers that followed.

Throbbing Gristle: TG Now / Part Two – The Endless Not / A Souvenir Of Camber Sands – review

Throbbing Gristle: TG Now / Part Two - The Endless Not / A Souvenir Of Camber Sands Mute Records LP / CD / DL Out Now. The final...

Assassin Of Sound: Earth Suite – album review

Assassin of Sound: Earth Suite Wormhole World CD/DL Available 13/12/2019 Assassin of Sound's debut album sees the producer stretch himself in all directions attempting to convey the current...

Various Artists: STUMM433 – review

Maybe its just noise. Maybe its pure transcendence. The only way you will know for certain is to give this wonderful compilation and listen.

Swans: leaving meaning. – album review

Gira has married his acoustic output to the cavernous Swans sound helping to reinvent the band in a way that is not too dramatic but different enough to know that we are now dealing with a new Swans taking on yet another challenge

Soft Thoughts: Soft Thoughts – album review

Soft Thoughts: Soft Thoughts Arachnidiscs Recordings CD/DL Available Now. Debut self-titled album by Soft Thoughts (Matt Nish-Lapidus, Timothy Condon and Michael Peter Olsen). Simon Tucker finds plenty to...

Zonal: Wrecked – album review

Here is an album you will want to get lost in many times over and it is one that even during its most oppressive moments allows for a space around the edges so you can breathe and remain locked and focused on its main agenda. This is music to get you up and at 'em. Music to storm castles and destroy parliaments. An album with a clear and unifying agenda, which is welcoming without being soft, beautiful in it ugliness and 100% the results of artists at the peak of their powers.

Mica Levi: Monos – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack – review

Mica Levi: MONOS - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Invada Records / Lakeshore Records LP / CD / DL Available Now Revered composer Mica Levi soundtracks the new Alejandro...

Fader: In Shadow – album review

Electronic, pop and experimental – it’s all here.

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