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David Numwami: Beats – single review

In the music video supporting his second single Beats, a Brussels-based artist David Numwami is firmly skating along his creative path bravely leaving frustrations aside. Previously known to the francophone scene for his collaborations with Nicolas Godin and Charlotte Gainsbourg, Numwami attempts to step into the wider world with his new solo project.

Eilis Frawley: Adult Life – EP review

Adult Life EP Reckless Yes DL, Stream and Ltd CD from 23rd October The Berlin based, Australian percussionist and spoken word artist Eilis Frawley has delivered an...

Carla Thomas: Let Me Be Good To You – album review

Carla Thomas Let Me Be Good To You SoulMusic Records 3CD/DL Released 23 October 2020 Subtitled The Atlantic/Stax Recordings 1960-1968, this 3CD set brings together the best of...

TV Face: Requeen The Hive – Single Review

TV Face Requeen The Hive  Out 30th October 2020 DL The new single from TV Face, Requeen The Hive, the title of which is shared with a new...

Lying Cat: A Pleasant And Profound Hand Into A Peaceful Death – album review

Lying Cat A Pleasant And Profound Hand Into A Peaceful Death Cue Dot Records CD|DL released 30th October 2020. Pre-orders available now.   Cue Dot's second release comes...

Crystal Axis: Take The Throne — single review

Crystal Axis Take the Throne Out Now The commanding anticolonial punk rockers out of Nairobi are generating messages of revolution and remaking with their new single Take...

The Sunny Smiles Three: Fireman Spaceman Mermaid – album review

The Sunny Smiles Three: Fireman Spaceman Mermaid  FR Records CD/download Out on November 2 2020 When The Sunny Smiles Three are made of up of indie...

Aemong: Crimson – Album Review

Album Review Aemong: Crimson  (Diskotopia) DL only Out Now It's Berlin-based and it's noise-pop and it's no-wave but it's something else entirely. The second album by Aemong, on...

Devin Townsend: Order Of Magnitude – Empath Live Volume 1 – album review

Devin Townsend: Order Of Magnitude – Empath Live Volume 1 (Inside Out Music) Limited Deluxe 2CD+Blu-Ray+DVD Artbook (including expanded artwork & photos), Limited 2CD+DVD Digipak, Standalone...

Gorillaz: Season One – Strange Timez: album review

Gorillaz: Song Machine Season One - Strange Timez Parlophone Records Vinyl/CD/DL (deluxe edition available) from Friday 23rd October Buy album here. The greatest virtual band on Earth are back...

Froggy And The Ringes : Soft ‘G’ – EP review

FROGGY & THE RINGES - SOFT ‘G’ 7” E.P. (Kibou + 4 others) 7"/DL Out 5th Nov, Pre-sales from 30th October Part novelty, part nasty, Froggy and...

Various Artists – Right Back Where We Started From – album review

Various Artists - Right Back Where We Started From RPM 3CD/DL Released 23 October 2020 This set, sequel to the Am I Dreaming? box of 2017, seeks to...

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