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Vena Cava: Entropy – EP review

Vena Cava: Entropy (Noctone) CD Available Now! 7.5/10 Noise/Shoegaze outfit Vena Cava release a brand new four track EP via Bristol's Noctone label. Simon Tucker reviews. Following '15's acclaimed...

Correlations: You Don’t Talk For Me – EP Review

Correlations: You Don't Talk For Me (World of Echo) Cassette/DL Available Now! 7/10 Following on from their acclaimed debut album Correlations release a brand new four-track EP. Simon...

Vaarwell: Homebound 456 – album review

just perfect on so many levels as Portuguese alternative dream pop trio release their debut album which is a 'must listen'

Thought Forms: Full Moon Club, Cardiff- live review

On a night when the country was full of faux romance and empty gestures Thought Forms delivered heart, soul, drama, passion and tension

Charivari / Iceman Furniss Quintet: Purge / 18.07.16 – single review

Charivari / Iceman Furniss Quintet: Purge / 18.07.16 (Noctone) 12" Available now! 8/10 The debut release by the feldgling Noctone label (which like a lot of the best...

Late Night Tales: David Holmes – album review

Late Night Tales: David Holmes (Late Night Tales) LP/CD/DL Out Now!! 8.5/10 Famed composer, remixer and DJ David Holmes is the latest to create a unique mix for...

Northern Star Records Celebrates 10 years of Psychedelica: The Windmill Brixton, London – live review

Northern Star Celebrates 10 years of Psychedelica The Windmill Brixton, London 14th May 2016 Northern Star Records recently celebrated their 10 year anniversary with a high-octane distortion-fuelled...

Eagulls: Ullages – album review

Gone are the rough edges, but Ullages is no less compelling, Eagulls once again prove why they're one of the most important bands around right now!

The Dandy Warhols: Distortland – album review

The Dandy Warhols: Distortland (Dine Alone) LP / CD / DL 7/10 Portland's perma hipsters grow old gracefully on their most coherent, focused album since Welcome to...

Pure Joy: Bang Flower – album review

Pure Joy: Bang Flower (Fresh Goods / Republic of Music) LP/CD/DL Available Now 6.5 / 10 Wirral-based psych rockers Pure Joy deliver their eagerly anticipated debut album. Simon...

The Magnetic North: Prospect Of Skelmersdale – album review

with quality prevailing over quantity and the sheer deliciousness of its contents make it essential listening.

The Jesus And Mary Chain: O2 Forum Kentish Town, London – live review

The Jesus And Mary Chain O2 Forum Kentish Town, London 11th March 2016 The Jesus and Mary Chain were back in London last weekend for a career-spanning...

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Paul and The Tall Trees – So Long – album review

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The Sisters Of Mercy: Roundhouse, London – live review

The realisation that Eldritch is still a magnificent mystery is present amongst the crowd and The Sisters Of Mercy remain, on any Eldritch line up, in the skin. I hope he never changes.Shuffling out, I notice that everybody is smiling. There is jubilance in the dark.

Ronnie Burns: This Is Ronnie Burns – album review

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