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Joi: Joi Sound System – album review

the originality and genius of an often underrated act.

Xaos: Xaos – album review

To say that the album is ‘epic’ would be an understatement

Nozinja: Nozinja Lodge – album review

Get your dancing shoes on – Shangaan Electro guru Nozinja is back with a full-length despatch from the South African dance underground.

Jah Wobble: ReDux – box set review

Spanning 36 years, ReDux pulls together all the various strands of bass player, singer, composer, and poet Jah Wobble's career to date.

Terakaft: Tenere (Alone) – album review

An album which has the ability to enthral and absorb all who take the time to listen.

Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba: Ba Power – album review

Ba Power is a great album and probably Kouyate’s finest to date deserving all the accolade that it will surely attract.

Polar Bear: Same As You – album review

Deep grooves and a looser vibe characterise this latest offering from Sebastian Rochford’s crew, Polar Bear

C Joynes and Dead Rat Orchestra: The Dentist, London – live review

C Joynes and Dead Rat Orchestra The Dentist, London 14 March, 2015 Ace free folk trio the Dead Rat Orchestra’s latest excursion is a typically boundary-pushing collaboration...

Frisk Frugt: Den Europæiske Spejlbue – album review

Frisk Frugt (aka Danish experimental pop artist Anders Lauge Meldgaard) releases his 3rd solo LP. Louder Than War's Simon Tucker reviews.

Frànçois and The Atlas Mountains : L’homme Tranquille – EP review

Francois and The Atlas Mountains are a breath of fresh air.

Samba Toure: Gandadiko – album review

Toure’s guitar playing throughout is accomplished and ever changing, a true talent in todays World music scene.





Kentucky Fried Chicken have now got a vegan menu – a vegan win or lose?

All kind of meat munching food chains and blood stained restaurants are not slaughtering the cash cows any more and deciding to save them.

A Bowie Celebration: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live review

A Bowie Celebration - The Diamond Dogs + more Tour O2 Ritz, Manchester...

Fred Deakin: Fred Deakin Presents The Lasters – album review

Lemon Jelly's Fred Deakin returns with a concept album full of trip hop beats and dystopian tales.

Sissy Space Echo & The Invisible Collaborators/The Edible Eyes – Split single

Sissy Space Echo & The Invisible Collaborators / The Edible Eyes The Butterfly (Fill The...

Various – A Slight Disturbance In My Mind – album review

Various - A Slight Disturbance In My Mind Grapefruit 3CD/DL Released 31st January 2020 Subtitled "The British Proto-Psychedelic...