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Sam Fender: Hypersonic Missiles – album review

The North-East Rising #2 Sam Fender Hypersonic Missiles (Polydor) CD/DL/Vinyl Out now 4/5 Tyneside singer-songwriter Sam Fender recently topped the album charts with songs about everyday life, male suicide, white privilege...

Li Yilei Announces Debut Album And Shares First Track

Li Yilei has announced details of her debut album Unabled Form which is due to be released via LTR Records on the 28th February...

Giant Swan: Giant Swan- album review

Giant Swan have delivered one of the finest debut albums in recent memory and one of the most confounding, confusing, shocking and beautiful bass records in many a year.

GospelbeacH: Let it Burn – album review

GospelbeacH: Let it Burn Alive Natural Sound Third album proper by Beachwood Sparks' Brent Rademaker, and featuring the recently deceased guitarist Neal Casal (Chris Robinson...

Underworld: Drift Series 1 – album review

Underworld: Drift Series 1 Caroline International CD + Blu Ray Box Set / LP (Sampler) The complete set of recordings  / films made by Underworld throughout...

Emily Fairlight: Lips Lasso – new video

Emily Fairlight: Lips Lasso - new video New video from New Zealand alt-folk singer-songwriter, not included on the recently-released brilliant album, Mother of Gloom.    New Zealand's...

Happy Mondays: The Early EPs – review

Happy Mondays: The Early EPs London Records 4xLP / DL Available now Pulling together the first four EPs from seminal Manchester outfit Happy Mondays, 'The Early EPs' shows...

Battles: Juice B Crypts – album review

Battles: Juice B Crypts Warp Records LP / CD / DL Available Now. Battles return with their fourth album Juice B Crypts released via Warp Records. Simon Tucker...

Zonal: Wrecked – album review

Here is an album you will want to get lost in many times over and it is one that even during its most oppressive moments allows for a space around the edges so you can breathe and remain locked and focused on its main agenda. This is music to get you up and at 'em. Music to storm castles and destroy parliaments. An album with a clear and unifying agenda, which is welcoming without being soft, beautiful in it ugliness and 100% the results of artists at the peak of their powers.

The Cold Spells: Interstitial – album review

The Cold Spells: Interstitial Gare Du Nord LP/CD/DL Released 11 October 2019 Dark and atmospheric folktronic second album from The Cold Spells, geniuses in the art of matching serenity...

Pan•American Share New Single “Shenandoah” Ahead Of Album Release

Legacy Chicago craftsman Mark Nelson shares a new track "Shenandoah" from the latest Pan•American offering A Son, which is to be released on the 8th...

Ben Frost Announces Vinyl Releases Of His Soundtrack Work

Acclaimed producer / composer Ben Frost has announced details of the vinyl release of his recent soundtrack work for Catastrophic Deliquescence (Music from Fortitude...

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