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Various: Revolution (Underground Sounds of 1968) – album review

3 disc box set of remastered psychedelia from '68, showing a spirit of progression and experimentation featuring cult classics from the likes The Pretty Things, Tomorrow and The Deviants.

Brian Eno: Discreet Music / Music For Films / Music For Airports / On Land – reissue review

Brian Eno: Discreet Music / Music For Films / Music For Airports / On Land UMC / Virgin EMI Deluxe LP / LP / CD /...

Bob Marley And The Wailers: Kaya 40 – album review

Bob Marley’s legacy continues and this release is something he would surely approve of.

Guns N’ Roses: Appetite For Destruction – reissue review

Guns N' Roses: Appetite For Destruction Various Formats Available Now! Seminal rock LP, Appetite For Destruction gets the expansive reissue treatment. Simon Tucker takes us through his...

Dub Syndicate: Ambience In Dub 1982-1985 – album review

Trail blazing, barrier breaking and often, sheer genius.

The Taste Of TG ‘A Beginners Guide To The Music Of Throbbing Gristle’ – album reissue review

The United States had The Velvet Underground, the U.K. had Throbbing Gristle. If this is indeed your first time to approach their music this is indeed the perfect place to start but be warned as if they get under your skin you will never be able to let them go wherever your life takes you.

Underworld: Beaucoup Fish – reissue review

It is music for the mind and the pelvis. Thinking and shagging. Dance music so sexual and cerebral that they have never been equaled.

Howard Jones: Best 1983-2017 – album review

the true art of writing good, solid and likeable pop.

Blancmange: Happy Families Deluxe Edition – album review

Electro pioneers are given the deluxe treatment of their first three albums. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews their debut.

Pele: Fireworks – album review

a timeless album, an album that forms part of the tapestry of British Indie music history

Various: Terraforming In Analogue Space (IRL Remixes 2000-2015) – album review

IRL celebrate their fifteenth Birthday with a refreshing look at their back catalogue - an album of incredible quality, interest and musical credit.

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