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Fofoulah: Daega Rek – album review

Are the people of The World ready for the genre busting Fofoulah and their astonishing Afro-Dub explosions?

Yazoo: Four Pieces – album review

Yazoo are an indispensable part of pop history and Four Pieces testifies the fact with a fitting tribute to a quite unique act.

Fifi Rong x LO: The Crown – EP review

A gorgeous, heart-warming quartet of tracks.

Adrian Utley & Will Gregory: Arcadia OST – soundtrack review

Adrian Utley & Will Gregory: Arcadia OST Invada Records DL (Physical Formats Coming Soon) Portishead’s Adrian Utley and Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory have teamed up to create the...

Sheer Zed: Do Not Submit To The Control Claw – album review

Call this a concept album, call it experimentalism, call it whatever you will. One thing that it will certainly be called is outstanding.

First Aid 4 Souls: Dark Tunnel album review

Best played loud to annoy the neighbours.

Alka: The Colour Of Terrible Crystal – album review

an album that could quite easily creep into quite a few Best Of’s at the end of the year.

Various: 80s Underground Cassette Culture Volume 1 – album review

Head ready to burst, ears ready to bleed, Contort Yourself have pulled off a blinder here.

Cubanate ‘Brutalism’ album review

Cubanate 'Brutalism' (Armalyte Industries) CD | DL Rel Date: 5th May 2017 ‘Brutalism’ marks the welcome return of Cubanate; the UK techno/industrial band who burst out of...

Clark: Death Peak – album review

Clark: Death Peak (Warp) LP/CD/DL Available now! 9/10 Warp mainstay Clark returns with a new long player. Simon Tucker reviews an album he believes is a new benchmark...

Sheer Zed and The Implicit Order: You’re Not A Stranger To Me – album review

Sheer Zed and The Implicit Order: You're Not A Stranger To Me (Bandcamp) DL 3/2/2017 8.5/10 A collaboration between Wales' Sheer Zed and cult outfit The Implicit Order,...

Andrew Weatherall’s “Music’s Not For Everyone” Presents The Moine Dubh Collective: live review

Andrew Weatherall's "Music's Not For Everyone" Presents The Moine Dubh Collective Bambino Emporium of Curiosities, Crystal Palace, London 18th November 2016 Legendary Producer Andrew Weatherall recently curated a fabulous party...

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The Sisters Of Mercy: Roundhouse, London – live review

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