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Pharmakon: Contact – album review

With latest long player Contact, Pharmakon is presenting noise as communion

Merzbow @ Manchester – live review

Merzbow FAC251, Manchester Thursday 29th September 2016 Japanese noise legend Masami Akita AKA Merzbow stepped onto the narrow dimly lit FAC251 stage, to his left positioned behind...

Alexander Oey: The Sound Of Progress – DVD review

Alexander Oey: The Sound of Progress (Cold Spring) DVD Available now! 8/10 Reissue of classic documentary focusing on a vital sub-culture that blossomed in the mid-late eighties. Simon...

Radio Europa: TyDbXx – album review

ones who were not afraid to be different

Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985–1990 – album review

an incredible insight into the man now in his fifth decade of music production and mixing.

Fields of the Nephilim: O2 Forum Kentish Town, London – live review

Fields of the Nephilim O2 Forum Kentish Town, London 21st Dec 2015 Fields of the Nephilim rode into Kentish Town last week for their annual pre-Christmas gathering....

ManifestiV: Einer Sie Gern – album review

meanders and wanders effortlessly over an industrial ambient soundscape which lends itself as much to originality as it does to bravado.

The Spewmen: War – album review

The Spewmen - War (Closer Records) CD/DL/Vinyl Rating: 8/10 Available now   Joe Whyte reports on The Spewmen's album release and finds something a little out of the ordinary from...

Carter Tutti Void: f (x) – album review

Throbbing Gristle's Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti join forces with Nik Colk Void of Factory Floor to collectively release their first studio-based album as Carter Tutti Void.

Prurient: Frozen Niagara Falls – album review

Dominick Fernow is on typically bleak and uncompromising form in his latest Prurient offering

Temples Festival: Motion Skatepark, Bristol – day one review

We report back from the second iteration of Temples Festival - one of the world's foremost heavy music celebrations.

Nzʉmbe: Titubeo – album review

The dark business of the heart is the subject of this enthralling collection from sound artist Miguel Prado. Paul Margree dives in.

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