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F INGERS: Hide Before Dinner – album review

F INGERS: Hide Before Dinner (Blackest Ever Black) LP | DL Available now The debut album from Australian trio F INGERS is an enjoyably suffocating blanket of anti-nostalgia.  Mining...

Infinity Girl: Harm – album review

Infinity Girl - Harm (Topshelf Records) LP | Cass | DL Out Now 8/10 Brooklyn's latest musical chameleons Infinity Girl fuse a multitude of sounds into an...

FOREVR: Demonstration – ep review

Australia's FOREVR release a "sexy shoegaze debut EP". macthehack reviews.

New Artist of the Day: Bruja – alt-rock trio release their debut EP

Despite already releasing two full length albums, Barnsley’s Bruja are experiencing somewhat of a re-birth and in the run-up to releasing their debut EP,...

Eleventh Dream Day: Works For Tomorrow – album review

from blues to rock to metal in a surprisingly good album

Vukovar:– Emperor – album review

a first-rate collection from a band clearly brimming with ideas, and an album which deserves high praise indeed

The Jesus and Mary Chain: The Roundhouse, London – live review

The Mary Chain have lined up two support acts for us tonight. First, American psych-rock underdogs Bardo Pond and second, themselves...

Cocteau Twins: Tiny Dynamine | Echoes In A Shallow Bay | The Pink Opaque – reissue review

Cocteau Twins - Tiny Dynamine | Echoes In A Shallow Bay & The Pink Opaque (4AD) 180g LP Due Out 17th July 2015 Following last year’s represses...

Dean McPhee: Fatima’s Hand – album review

Dean McPhee: Fatima’s Hand (Hood Faire) CD | LP   Available now Dean McPhee gives us a taste of the desert in his new album of guitar...

Grimm Grimm: Hazy Eyes Maybe – album review

Grimm Grimm - Hazy Eyes Maybe (ATP) CD | DL | LP Out Now 7/10 Koichi Yamanoha, former bass player and vocalist of the cult psychedelic punk outfit, Screaming Tea Party,...

Stella Grundy: The Rise and Fall of a Northern Star – album review and interview

Interview with Stella Grundy ex-Intastella and review of her new album The Rise and Fall of a Northern Star - The story of Tracy Star - out now on CD.

Pinkshinyultrablast: Everything Else Matters – album review

Their music is big, it moves almost on its own, making you listen and immerse yourself in it. But it’s not a clear listen by any means, these Russian scallywags mess with you, treat you to the slow rise and discordant vocal at the start of the album before mashing your head by adding all the guitars they could find ever and a fast, tight drum.

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