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Suzie Stapleton: We Are The Plague – album review

Suzie Stapleton's dazzling debut album filled with a primal fusion of blues, gospel and rock'n'roll guitar chimes with our times, says Tim Cooper.

Omega Tribe: Out Of My System – EP review

Omega Tribe Out Of My System (Grow Your Own) Out Now 10"/DL Anarcho-punk favourites Omega Tribe return on 10 inches of vinyl after a long recording hiatus,...

Spygenius – Man On The Sea – album review

Spygenius - Man On The Sea Big Stir CD/Vinyl/DL Released 10th July 2020 New 17 track double album by Canterbury's very own Spygenius, their fifth overall....Ian Canty tries...

Weedipus: Places To Go – single review

Weedipus Places To Go (self-released) DL/ Stream 8/10 Out Now Andy Brown reviews Places To Go for Louder Than War, the debut single by South Yorkshire dreampop outfit...

David Sanborn: Anything You Want (The Warner-Reprise-Elektra Years 1975-1999) – album review.

David Sanborn- Anything You Want (The Warner-Reprise-Elektra Years 1975-1999) Soul Music Records 3 CD Out July 17 2020   This beautifully curated three disc set shows David Sanborn...

The Gist – Interior Windows – album review

  The Gist - Interior Windows Tiny Global Productions CD/DL Released 17 July 2020 The follow up to 2017's Holding Pattern, this new album brings together Stuart Moxham's brainchild...

Be-Bop Deluxe: Axe Victim – reissue album review

Be-Bop Deluxe - Axe Victim Esoteric Recordings CD Out now Welcome reissue for one of the best seventies debut albums from Yorkshire’s finest glam/prog rockers.   In the days before...

The Residents – Metal, Meat & Bone – album review

  The Residents - Metal, Meat & Bone Cherry Red 2CD/DL Released 10 July 2020 Brand new Residents album focussing on the songs of obscure (and very possibly apocryphal)...

Various Artists “Records, Records, Records – Drowning In A Sea Of Cramps” – album review

Various Artists "Records, Records, Records - Drowning In A Sea Of Cramps" (Righteous Psalms / Cherry Red Records) CD | DL Rel Date: 10th July 2020 Following...

Various Artists – Surrender To The Rhythm – album review

  Various Artists - Surrender To The Rhythm Grapefruit 3CD/DL Released 17 July 2020 Subtitled "The London Pub Rock Scene Of The Seventies" this new 3CD set features offerings...

Exit-Stance: Retch With Mother – LP review

Exit-Stance - Retch With Mother (Grow Your Own) 10"/DL OUT NOW The latest in a series of 10 inch mini albums from Grow Your Own records showcases...

Tommy And The Commies: Hurtin’ 4 Certain – EP review

TOMMY AND THE COMMIES HURTIN' 4 CERTAIN Slovenly Recordings 7" / DL Out 17 July, 2020   Canada's Tommy And The Commies return with a four-track EP that packs a...

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