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Rick Wakeman To Make Appearance On The Let Me Help Inc/ #IAMNOJOKE Celebrity Benefit Concert 11/24/20

Musical history cannot deny that even the plainest faces come alive with promise at the very mention of “Yes”, “Owner of a Lonely Heart”...

Third Man Records: Southeast of Saturn Compilation — album review

Southeast of Saturn: Michigan Shoegaze/ Dream Pop/ Space Rock Third Man Records Out November 20 Southeast of Saturn illumines an entirely different Detroit Rock City than the...

Creepy John Thomas: Trippin’ Like A Dog – album review

Creepy John Thomas Trippin' Like A Dog And Rockin' Like A Bitch Grapefruit 3CD/DL Released 27 November 2020 3CD set containing the two Creepy John Thomas albums from...

Hjalte Ross: Waves of Haste – album review

Waves of Haste by Hjalte Ross is available on Bandcamp and Spotify. With all its fluctuations and steady, glowing feel, Waves of Haste is an...

Dima Midborn – Bazaru Zero

Moscow’s Dima Midborn releases his new EP – recorded in the midst of lockdown.

E-Saggila: Corporate Cross – album review.

E-Saggila Corporate Cross (Hospital Productions) Hos - 681 DL/LP Out 20 November 2020. Debut album for Hospital Productions by Iraqi-born, Canadian sound artist Rita Mikhael. Establishing with more...

Sickness: Loss Decay And Insanity – album review

Sickness Loss Decay And Insanity Sickness CD/DL Out now Former Sanction This guitarist and singer Nick Carter unleashes his inner torment through a new one man project....

Five O Fives: Through The Darkness – single review

Five O Fives  Through The Darkness The Five O Fives introduce themselves to the world with a classic, crunchy lament to coming out of university. Sam...

Muck And The Mires: Greetings From Muckingham Palace – album review

MUCK AND THE MIRES Greetings From Muckingham Palace Dirty Water Records LP | CD | DL Out 27 November, 2020     Those fine and upstanding American ambassadors of grooving garage-rock,...

Children Of The State : Tragic Carpet and the Magical Wasp Gang from Notre Dame – EP Review

Children Of The State Tragic Carpet and the Magical Wasp Gang from Notre Dame Self Released Streaming from 20th November It's clear Children of The State aren't short...

TV Smith: Lockdown Holiday – album review

album review TV Smith: Lockdown Holiday (Easy Action) CD only UK (Vinyl available in Europe on JKP) Released 27 Nov 2020 Stripped down to acoustic guitar and voice,...

Coil: Musick To Play In The Dark Vol 1 (reissue) – album review

COIL Musick To Play In The Dark Vol 1 Reissue Dais Records CD/ Vinyl/ DL Out November 27th 2020   BUY HERE Andy Brown takes a step into the darkness to review...

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