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Regional Creeps: Do It For Yourself – single review

Regional Creeps Do It For Yourself (Regional Records) DL / Stream Out Now!   Andy Brown reviews the latest single from Barnsley-based indie-pop four-piece, Regional Creeps for Louder Than...

Angel Olsen: Whole New Mess – album review

Angel Olsen - Whole New Mess (Jagjaguwar) LP | CD | DL Out Now 6/10 With Whole New Mess, Angel Olsen offers an alternate take on last year’s...

Whitney: Candid – album review

Whitney – Candid (Secretly Canadian) LP | CD | DL Out 14th August 2020 7/10 With their new covers album, Whitney mostly play it safe, but they still...

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...

Happy Mondays: Squirrel, Bummed, Pills, Yes – reviewed

Happy Mondays: Squirrel and G-Man / Bummed / Pills 'n' Thrills and Bellyaches / ...Yes Please London Records LP / CD / DL Out Now Acclaimed first four...

Peter Astor and the Holy Road: Paradise – album review

Peter Astor and the Holy Road: Paradise Tapete Records Vinyl/CD/DL A welcome reissue of The Loft/Weather Prophets front-man's post-Creation Records 1992 album, which is another shining example...

Happy Mondays: The Early EPs – review

Happy Mondays: The Early EPs London Records 4xLP / DL Available now Pulling together the first four EPs from seminal Manchester outfit Happy Mondays, 'The Early EPs' shows...

The Cold Spells: Interstitial – album review

The Cold Spells: Interstitial Gare Du Nord LP/CD/DL Released 11 October 2019 Dark and atmospheric folktronic second album from The Cold Spells, geniuses in the art of matching serenity...

Los Blancos: Sbwriel Gwyn – album review

Los Blancos: Sbwriel Gwyn Libertino Records CD/DL/S Out 27th September 2019 Debut album from much talked about Welsh band Los Blancos. Simon Tucker finds a band perfectly epitomising...

Bat For Lashes: Lost Girls – album review

Bat For Lashes Lost Girls Awal Recordings LP/CD/Cassette 6th September 9/10 For her new album, Lost Girls, Natasha Khan has dived headlong into the sonic and visual worlds of 1980s...

Jack Goldstein/ Espedairs – Evil Eye Beer, Liverpool – live review

Jack Goldstein | Espedairs Evil Eye Beer & Burrito Shack, Liverpool Tuesday 14th May 2019 Former Fixers frontman Jack Goldstein has decided to ride into Liverpool as...

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