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Bo Ningen: Sudden Fictions – album review

Bo Ningen Sudden Fictions Alcopop! Records 26 June 2020 on CD/LP/DL 8/10 London-based Japanese band Bo Ningen create a musical timescape on their latest album, Sudden Fictions. Mark...

Spillage: Spillage – EP Review

Spillage - Spillage EP (Rad Noise, Pumpkin + 5 more) Vinyl/DL Out Now The vinyl debut from Manchester punk/hardcore outfit Spillage has Nathan Brown reminiscing about raw...

Tricky: Fall Please – single review.

Tricky: Fall Please - single review. (False Idols) DL Out Now 7/10 There’s something inherently uplifting about a new Tricky release. A single snipped to less than 3 minutes...

The Spitfires: Life Worth Living – album review

Rachel Velouria Rose does a damn fine job of reviewing The Spitfires latest album Life Worth Living.

Fluvster: Fucking Annoying Cunts EP reviewed

EP Review Fluvster - Fucking Annoying Cunts EP   (Lost Moment) DL only from here or here or here Out now Stoner, Raver, Rocker mentalist the Fluvster returns, with...

Litterbug: Abstract Melodies Saying Terrible Things – album review

Litterbug's Abstract Melodies Saying Terrible Things is a tight vigorous style of spirited punk rock influenced by the sounds of the first wave of punk, says Neil Hodge

Lil Caspa: Caspa’s Lonely Ghost Club – Review

The thoughts of an undead 12-year-old boy are set to Indie R’n’B music on Lil Caspa’s high concept debut album, Caspa’s Lonely Ghost Club.

404.zero – 404.0 – Album Review

Russian duo 404 Zero release debut LP on Bedroom Community label.

Lucy And The Rats: Got Lucky – album review

LUCY AND THE RATS Got Lucky Dirty Water Records / Stardumb Records LP / CD / DL Out 3rd July, 2020   Lucy And The Rats return with their second...

Jellephant: Dull Planet / Rotten Waves – album review

Jellephant: Dull Planet / Rotten Waves (Grey Productions) Ltd LP | DL Available now Apparently, this is the eighth album by Arnhem-based Jellephant, despite the prolific output...

Drift. : Symbiosis – album review

London-based electronica artist Drift. reveals the fiercely beating heart within the electronic pulse of her debut album Symbiosis. Tim Cooper listens in for Louder Than War.

Video Premiere – Paul Groovy & The Pop Art Experience: He’s A Liar

Exclusive Video Premiere and Single Review Paul Groovy & The Pop Art Experience - He's A Liar​/​You're Gonna Miss Me  (Spinout Nuggets) Limited Edition 7" vinyl...

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