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Suicide: Suicide – album review

The remastered re-release of Suicide's landmark debut album from 1977, with 28-page booklet and previously unseen photographs, reinforces its place as an influential landmark in music history, says Tim Cooper.

Konx-om-Pax: Ways Of Seeing – album review

Ways of Seeing is a new language created with old words. It is an album that wants to fully embrace you and to allow you some space to close off from the real world and drift through this new one that Konx-om-Pax has invented with love, dedication, sweat and intelligence.

Xqui: Lleisiau – Album Review

Xqui Lleisiau Wormhole World Limited Edition CD/Streaming/Download Available now   Lee Ashworth ventures out across a musical hinterland to discover Xqui's Lleisiau emanating from the vanguard of a liberating, new...

Basic Rhythm: On The Threshold – album review

Basic Rhythm: On The Threshold Planet Mu 2xLP / DL 10/05/2019 Anthoney Hart (who last appeared on Planet Mu as East Man) returns under his Basic Rhythm alias...

Ffrancon Releases Powerful Brexit Statement With ‘Ewropa’

Electronica producer Geraint Ffrancon today releases his brand new album 'Ewropa'. The album consists of twenty seven tracks representing every country that will be...

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Damnation Festival 2019: University of Leeds Students Union – live review

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Damnation Festival University of Leeds Students Union, Leeds 2nd November 2019 The Damnation Festival 2019 celebrated the diverse and extreme...

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Peter Astor and the Holy Road: Paradise – album review

Peter Astor and the Holy Road: Paradise Tapete Records Vinyl/CD/DL A welcome reissue of The Loft/Weather Prophets front-man's post-Creation Records...

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Listen To This! Sheer Zed releases remix of cassette culture classic Junk by Patience Worth

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A Dog Called Money – Film Review

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A Dog Called Money (2019) Dir. Seamus Murphy Cast: PJ Harvey  Duration: 94 minutes Release date: 8th November 2019  Cinema and streaming...

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Damnation Festival 2019: University of Leeds Students Union – live review

Alcest on stage at the Damnation Festival
Damnation Festival University of Leeds Students Union, Leeds 2nd November 2019 The Damnation Festival 2019 celebrated the diverse and extreme...