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Brian Jonestown Massacre: Revelation – album review

Brian Jonestown Massacre - Revelation.Album number fourteen from Anton Newcombe and friends, and it's well up to standard reports Glenn Airey.

The Horrors: Luminous – album review

Southend's Indie Shoegaze maestros The Horrors have a new album out. Sean Smith nods imperceptibly with approval.

Daisy Victoria: Heart Full Of Beef – EP review

Daisy Victoria makes fine music, and this could just be the start of something rather special.

Odonis Odonis: Hard Boiled Soft Boiled – album review

Toronto-based genre-benders Odonis Odonis come back with new album Hard Boiled Soft Boiled. Louder Than War's Lisa Sookraj reviews.

Eyes & No Eyes: Eyes & No Eyes – album review

Young Brighton noiseniks Eyes & No Eyes arrive with a sparkling, dense debut album. Joe Whyte listens and approves.

Youngteam: Fading Into Night – album review

The exceptional second album from Swedish shoegaze quartet Youngteam heads off into dark, gloomy territory.

Two From Big Tea Records: Silver Arm Release New Video Plus Stream from Brilliant New Signees Elastic Sleep

Two from Big Tea Records: Former New Artist of the Day Silver Arm release new video plus stream of new track from brilliant new signees Elastic Sleep

Pixel Fix: Fall – EP review

This EP by Pixel Fix is full of shimmering delights of immaculately atmospherically flirtatious chill wave. Plus free download!

Dum Dum Girls: Too True – album review

Capturing the change that Dum Dum Girls have undergone in recent years, Too True is the culmination of all the promise that has proceeded it.

Patterns: Waking Lines – album review

The Manchester quartet deliver a debut of dreamy psych pop, as euphoric as it is hypnotic.

Whales In Cubicles: Death In the Evening – album review

Chris Lockie admires the debut album from East London indie rock outfit with magpie tendencies Whales In Cubicles.





Watch This! Robyn G Shiels and Steve Nolan unveil new video

a disconcerting work of dark beauty, a sublime post folk nightmare.

Suzie Stapleton: We Are The Plague – album review

Suzie Stapleton's dazzling debut album filled with a primal fusion of blues, gospel and rock'n'roll guitar chimes with our times, says Tim Cooper.

Exclusive news! Doves to release new single and fifth album!

After a 11 year hiatus Manchester favourite sons are back with a bang with the first single to be lifted from the highly anticipated comeback album. Prisoners is below in all it's glory.

Premiere: Manchester’s Suave Martyrs psychedelic new single Footsteps

Manchester five-piece Suave Martyrs premiere Footsteps, the first taste of the forthcoming new EP.

Omega Tribe: Out Of My System – EP review

Omega Tribe Out Of My System (Grow Your Own) Out Now 10"/DL Anarcho-punk favourites Omega Tribe return...