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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.

Afghan Sand Gang: Fast Talk – new single.

The Mossley ambient indie quartet return with a tune that refreshes your ears reckons Wayne AF Carey.

Loraine James: For You and I – album review

Loraine James: For You and I Hyperdub LP / CD / DL Available now Loraine James' debut album 'For You and I' sees the producer reflect on...

Max Cooper: Barbican Hall, London – live review

Electronica maestro Max Cooper unvieils his latest audio-visual extravaganza at the Barbican Hall. Tim Cooper (no relation) opens his eyes and ears to an innovative evening of audio-visual experimentation.

Various Artists: Obscure Independent Classics 1985-1987 – album review

A compilation of Obscure Independent Classics from the 1980s, re-released on CD. Ian Canty looks back to the time B.I. (before internet) when obscure truly meant obscure.

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False Advertising: The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham – live review

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False Advertising The Sunflower Lounge Birmingham November 10th 2019 Mancunian grunge-pop trio False Advertising celebrate the release of their debut...

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An Interview with Toxic Chicken

Favorite physical format must be the floppy diskette. It's the poor person's choice of underground DIY, to me it looks super cool and is a challenge to fill up with interesting material.

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Negativland – TRUEFALSE – album review

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Negativland TRUEFALSE Seeland Records In an era defined in part by struggles for intellectual copyright and remuneration through streaming platforms...

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The Dogs of War – film review

The Dogs of War (1980) Director: John Irvin Cast: Christopher Walken, Tom Berenger, Colin Blakely Running time: 102 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release...

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Mirrors Festival 2019: London – live review

Mirrors Festival has relocated to Camden Town. Keith Goldhanger visits all six venues and reports from this...