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Elori Saxl: The Blue Of Distance – album review

Elori Saxl The Blue Of Distance Western Vinyl Out now Elori Saxl's stunning debut album is a haunting reflection on longing and memory, harnessing technology and nature. It's...

Domenique Dumont: People On Sunday – album review

Domenique Dumont creates a hauntingly evoctative electronic soundtrack for People On Sunday, a landmark silent film. They make a perfect match, says Tim Cooper.

Aukai: Reminiscence – album review

The music on Reminiscence by Aukia conjures expansive vistas in widescreen, with a musical lexicon that articulates the peaks of the Andes.

Toundra: Vortex – album review

Spanish intrumental rockers Toundra hit a career peak with Vortex - an album awash with cinematic and intense post rock arrangements.

James Rhodes: Fire On All Sides – album and book review

James Rhodes documents his concert tour at the back end of 2016, its music, and the management of his insurgent, pyromaniac subconscious.


A Celebration Of The Musical Life Of Sylvain Sylvain – live stream

A Celebration Of The Musical Life Of Sylvain Sylvain 14 February 2021 The sad and untimely death on 13...


Interview: Maximo Park guitarist Duncan Lloyd talks about their new album Nature Always Wins.

Since their first album was Mercury Prize nominated, Maximo Park have continued to be one of our...


Echo & The Bunnymen reschedule Ireland and UK tour for Spring 2022

Echo & The Bunnymen are the latest victims of the Covid 19 kick in the bollocks to...


Band of Holy Joy and Bjorn Hatleskog – Notes From A Gallery

Band of Holy Joy and Bjorn Hatleskog host an online four day exhibition of film and performance at Gallery 46 this week from the 24th to 27th February. 


Six Of The Best Sets At Loftas Fest 2020

Loftas Fest
From toe-tapping rock n’ roll to darkly ethereal modular synthpop - discover highlights from the vibrant Loftas...