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Album review: John Foxx And The Maths – Howl

Howl is a triumph, and probably sees septuagenarian Foxx give his finest vocal performance of his career.

Gordi: Our Two Skins – album review

Gordi - Our Two Skins (Jagjaguwar) LP | CD | DL Out Now 7/10 With Our Two Skins, Gordi builds on the strengths of her last album, delivering...

Blancmange: Mindset – album review

another fine album by Blancmange, one which sees Arthur age like a fine wine

Johnno Casson aka Snippet: Wonky – album review

There is hope for modern pop and its name is Johnno Casson.

Johanna Glaza: Exile – album review

Discover her world and you’ll probably never want to leave again.

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.

Deux Furieuses: My War Is Your War – album review

There’s a reason that their debut album was so critically acclaimed and all those justifications are repeated

Fader: In Shadow – album review

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

Theatre Royal: Singles 2010-18 – album review

Theatre Royal: Singles 2010-2018 Vacilando 68 Recordings CD/DL Out now Twenty two infectious doses of straight-up power-pop that sound like classics, from the Lamacq-favoured Medway four-piece who we really...

Papernut Cambridge: Nutlets 2 – album review

Papernut Cambridge: Nutlets 2 (1978-2001) Gare Du Nord 2XLP/CD Twenty-song double album of kick-ass cover versions, saluting over two decades of post-punk, indie pop and all-round good shizzle, with...

Radio Europa: Community Is Revolution – album review

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

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...

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