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Void Vertex: Distress Beacon – album review

Void Vertex: Distress Beacon Wormhole World CD / DL Available Now! The latest release from Christopher Kaye aka Void Vertex sees the accomplished producer push his sonic boundaries...

Outside the Glitch: Outside the Glitch – Album Review

Outside the Glitch Outside the Glitch Wormhole Records Digital and Streaming March 22nd 2019   "You are now outside the glitch.  Please do not be alarmed.  Everything is OK."  Such...

The Master Musicians Of Dyffryn Moor: Contemporary Protest Music – EP Review

The Master Musicians Of Dyffryn Moor: Contemporary Protest Music Amgueddfa Llwch Pay-What-You-Wish Download on Bandcamp with any monies raised going to Wrexham Foodbank. Simon Proffitt and his...

Kincaid Feat. Blancmange: Big Fat Head – EP review

an early sign of a great talent appearing in the shape of Joe Kincaid.

Oblong: The Sea At Night – album review

It’s all well-constructed and well thought out stuff, melodic and fascinating from start to finish.

Abul Mogard: And We Are Passing Through Silently – Album Review

Abul Mogard And We Are Passing Through Silently Houndstooth 15th March 2019 Format:2 LP, CD, Digital   Lee Ashworth finds drone epics and an exquisite darkness on Abul Mogard's new...

Dunning & Underwood: The Blow Volume 5 – album review

Dunning & Underwood: The Blow Volume 5 Front & Follow Cassette / DL Available now. Front & Follow continue their series of experimental split releases. Volume 5 sees...

Peter Sandberg: Motion – Album Review

Motion is a fitting title as Peter Sandberg’s tracks are juxtaposed to create a wordless narrative sweep.

Test Dept: Disturbance – album review

Test Dept have created quite a comeback. This won’t disappoint, neither will it be forgotten in a hurry. Disturbance is stunning album.

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.

Misled Convoy: Sixteen Sunsets – album review

an album to gauge all ambient dub albums by.

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