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Mexrrissey: No Manchester – album review

it will hopefully leave the door of the Mexican branch of the Salford Lads Club open

Sidestepper: Supernatural Love – album review

The sound of Colombia can be a wonderful thing

Mechanimal: Delta Pi Delta – album review

hopefully this will be the album that finally gives them what they richly deserve.

Vieux Farka Toure and Julia Easterlin: Touristes – album review

it’s one which will make you sit up and listen.

Qwanqwa: Volume Two – album review

indeed the whole album whilst not immediate at first, does grow in time.

Bixiga 70: III – album review

III is a triumph in bringing together several genres which have hereunto stayed poles apart.

Various Artists: Late Night Tales – Nils Frahm – album review

A fantastic album and one that requires its listener to trust its motives and just enjoy the ride.

Omar Souleyman: Badheni Nami – album review

Omar Souleyman's new album comes out on a new label and has been worked on by numerous class producers. But has it worked?

Mbongwana Star: From Kinshasa – album review

Mbongwana Star – From Kinshasa (World Circuit) DL | CD | LP Out Now 9 / 10 An excellent combination of European and African culture makes for an eclectic...

Midival Punditz: Light – album review

Light is positively addictive and well worth an hour of anyone’s time.





Jim Jones and the Righteous Mind: Night and Day, Manchester – live review

Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind Night & Day, Manchester 20th September 2019 Ian Corbridge joins the...

Listen to This! Hull-Based Four-Piece The Hubbards Return With New Single Seven or Eleven

Hull-based four-piece The Hubbards wax lyrical on mass consumerism on new single Seven or Eleven.

Ana Mazzotti: Ninguem Vai Me Segurar / Ana Mazzotti – album reviews

Ana Mazzotti is one of the most visionary artists to come out of Caixas, Brazil, igniting the dancefloors of the '70s. Far Out Records have caught her vision by rereleasing 2 albums which are cult classics of the time. Matt Mead reviews for Louder Than War.

Tony Franklin and Think:EXP – interview

Recognized globally and in the music industry for his work on the fretless bass guitar, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Tony Franklin talks to Eileen Shapiro about the Pink Floyd tribute experience Think:EXP.

David J ‘Missive To An Angel From The Halls Of Infamy And Desire’ : album review

What is blindingly obvious whilst listening to this album is the astounding quality of the musicianship and the song writing, David J has suggested recently that he feels this record is his “little masterpiece” its not, its his BIG masterpiece!