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Correlations: From Memory – album review

Correlations: From Memory The Dark Outside / World Of Echo Cassette / DL Available Now The latest full length from Neil Hale under the Correlations moniker sees him...

Kincaid Feat. Blancmange: Big Fat Head – EP review

an early sign of a great talent appearing in the shape of Joe Kincaid.

Oblong: The Sea At Night – album review

It’s all well-constructed and well thought out stuff, melodic and fascinating from start to finish.

Fiat Lux: Saved Symmetry – album review

Saved Symmetry is an affectionate reminder on one of many lost groups from the 80s. Synth pop duo release first new album in thirty-five years. Fiat Lux: Saved Symmetry - album review by Paul Scott-Bates for Louder Than War.

Test Dept: Disturbance – album review

Test Dept have created quite a comeback. This won’t disappoint, neither will it be forgotten in a hurry. Disturbance is stunning album.

Visage Pâle: Holistic Love – album review

Visage Pâle: Holistic Love Castles in Space 10" LP / DL Available now Lars-Martin Isler aka Visage Pâle releases his debut album via Castles In Space. Featuring both...

Misled Convoy: Sixteen Sunsets – album review

an album to gauge all ambient dub albums by.

Elizabeth Joan Kelly: Music For The DMV – album review

Simple but expertly assembled music with more than a few surprises along the way.

Vanguardista Records: Winter Solstice – album review

Winter Solstice is worthy of your attention and, a few quid to ensure that the roots of music never fade.

Jean-Michael Jarre: Equinoxe Infinity – album review

Jarre often teases with lead-ups which could break into versions from the original album at any one time and this, is perhaps when his genius shines through.

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