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Clarice Jensen: The Experience Of Repetition As Death- album review

Clarice Jensen - The Experience Of Repetition As Death 130701 Vinyl / CD / digital Out now Buy album here The cello is the most emotive of instruments and...

Blanks: Sweaters – Single Review

  Having made the jump from YouTube sensation to fully fledged recording artist, Blanks has reaped the benefits of his sunny, optimistic outlook by crafting...

Steadfast HTX: Old Scars – single review

Steadfast HTX - Old Scars Self released Out Now If you enjoy the music of bands such as Dropkick Murphys and Rancid, you're sure to like the...

The Bikini Bottoms: Overtime and Bite Me – single reviews

The Bikini Bottoms - Bite Me/Overtime DL/Stream Out Now As if to prove that this lockdown hasn’t dulled creativity, but perhaps also born out of frustration, Glasgow...

Peggy Lee – Ultimate Peggy Lee – album review

  Peggy Lee - Ultimate Peggy Lee Capitol/Universal Music Enterprises CD/DL Released 17 April 2020 New 22 track compilation of the best of Peggy Lee, issued in celebration of...

Joan As Police Woman: Cover Two – album review

Joan Wasser, aka Joan As Police Woman, unveils her second set of covers 11 years after the first, with reinterpretations of songs by artists as diverse as Prince and The Strokes, Neil Young and Blur, Outkast and Gil Scott-Heron. A remarkable collection, says Tim Cooper.

Synthetic Villains: Synthetic Villains Album Review

Synthetic Villains Synthetic Villains (Self-released) DL/Streaming Released: April 7th, 2020 8/10 Electronic solo release from Richard J Turner. Synthetic Villains is the solo project of Richard J. Turner,...

Enter Shikari: Nothing is True & Everything is Possible – album review

Enter Shikari - Nothing is True & Everything is Possible (So Recordings) CD | LP | DL | All Platforms Out now Stream/Buy Here Enter Shikari make a...

The Strokes: The new Abnormal – Album Review

The Strokes The New Abnormal RCA CD/LP/DL all platforms Buy album here After a long hiatus, the Strokes return with a new album that highlights their growth as musicians...

TV Face: Like Dominoes – EP Review

Lancaster three-piece TV Face release a new EP, the first in a series of releases during 2020. Dave Beer enjoys its angular charms.

Neil Innes: How Sweet To Be An Idiot – album review

Neil Innes: How Sweet To Be An Idiot (Cherry Red) CD Out 24th of April 2020 Planned before his passing in December 2019, the reissue of Neil Innes'...

LISTEN! Bon Iver makes a song for health workers

Bon Iver release an uplifting message of hope to the world today, with a brand new song supporting health workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.

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