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Mothra: Doom Engine

A demanding listen, this cult album seeks to push boundaries and shows that the band is dedicated to their own, distinctive modus operandi. ...

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Park Hye Jin: How Can I

Park is beginning to develop her own oeuvre, her second EP offering experimentation that establishes her as more than just an emerging talent. ...

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Hymns of Isolation: No Wilderness Deep Enough

No Wilderness Deep Enough, the devastating new record from Neurosis' Steve Von Till, is a masterful exploration of darkness and texture. Epic!...

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The Forme to the Fynisment Foldes Ful Selden

A strong line-up balances reverence for old forms against modern storytelling in this worthwhile release to round off the Dark Britannica project....

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West Coast Loitering in the Loneliest Funk of LA Priest

A review of LA Priest's Gene, a masterpiece of funky isolation. Made on a homemade drum machine of the same name, there is a lot to appreciate here....

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Figueroa: Amon Tobin’s Magical Isolation

The World As We Know It from Amon Tobin project Figueroa is a fresh take on psych folk that captives, inspires and defies expectation. ...

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We Will Not Be Lovers – Hennessey

Dark Electro-pop with a epic vocal turn. In 2020 it appears electroclash has been given a shot in the arm. Hennessey - We Will Not Be Lovers. Video Exclusive....

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Black Sabbath: There’s No Rock ‘n’ Roll in Reading the Classics

If you missed Black Sabbath in their heyday, there’s no reason to go back to the original songs or doff your cap to their hallowed creators....

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La Breiche: Le Rite

La Breiche's new album is a force of nature, immersive and carefully constructed, combining unorthodox elements but retaining a careful touch....

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Amon Tobin’s Two Finger Step Out With Nomark

An interview with electronic pioneer Amon Tobin on his venture away from seminal label Ninja Tune to stand by his own beats. ...

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21 Years in Hell: Marilyn Manson by Perou

A stylish photo study that's at least as much of a charm thanks to how photographer Ralph Perou places each image into context in his own inimitable way. ...

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Black Sabbath: The Besmirched of England

Notwithstanding the likelihood of the gradual declines of both Black Sabbath and the Church of England as cultural touchstones, their impact will linger on for generations....

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Black Sabbath: Walpurgis 1970

Sabbath don’t care if it’s your soul He’s crying out for; just ‘give up the life before you met’ and yours is the moon, sun and stars. ...

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Tunnels of ĀH Menaces in a Deathless Mind

Discordant industrial noise fractures into something new entirely, emphasising a rich, overwhelming soundscape....

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We Are Nrvs: A View

Audio visual resistance punk duo NRVS present their manifesto of digital primitivism. ...

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The Poorly Recorded Perfection of Mystic Priestess

Bottling the energy of 80s punk, Mystic Priestess rag the lip, light and throw us a classic in the Part Time Punks Sessions EP....

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Jesse Malin – Shane – UK Exclusive

Jesse Malin talks us through his UK exclusive 'Shane' inspired by and dedicated to the MacGowan in us all (and also the real deal)...

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Blood Sacrifice in Birmingham: Fingertips at the Crossroads

Tony Iommi would never work again in a factory in Birmingham or anywhere else, instead devoting the rest of his life to spreading the word of the Devil....

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Twin Temple a coven of virtue, a covenant of sacred sin.

A vision of and interview with Satanic doo-Wop duo Twin Temple....

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Decoding Future Music from Germany: Interview with Uwe Schütte

Alexei Monroe speaks to the author of the latest book to explore the art of Kraftwerk and their legacy....

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Sex On A Stick? – Brett Eldredge

The smash hit Love Someone got everyone in the crowd belting it out together, while Queen cover Crazy Little Thing Called Love led to a total explosion of the senses....

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Boots And Bombshells – Chase Rice Delivers The Future

Jack Daniels Showed Up followed, proving to be another instant crowd pleaser and was set to meet Jesus further down the set...

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Doing It Their Way- Elvana Deliver Christmas

Their mash-up of Rape Me and Love Me Tender was deliciously inappropriate but somehow worked incredibly well....

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Keeping The Faith – The Billy Bragg Election Tour

This sold-out show was a call to arms that there is another way, and that we can take a great leap forwards to a fairer, more equal society....

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Sweat Little Rock And Roller – Lauran Hibberd Gets Islington Steamy

She's a bobby socked stomping indie-slacker guitar thumper who's going to grind and slide all over 2020...

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Quiet Assumption: The rise of Cryo Chamber

Simon Heath's Dark Ambient label Cryo Chamber continues it's rising path of turbulent soundscapes and passionate drone....

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You’d Better Get Your Visualisations Right

Interview with Jaz Coleman – Magna Invocatio: A Gnostic Mass for Choir and Orchestra Inspired by the Sublime Music of Killing Joke...

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Satellite by Stephen Mallinder [Video]

Entrancing track by Cabaret Voltaire's Stephen Mallinder - Satellite Video...

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In a Cage by Zonal [Video]

Intense and heavy Zonal release a industrial riff on the Smashing Pumpkins - 'In a cage' on Relapse Video...

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Rock And Roll Part ?? – The Struts Resurrection Of Glitter

Gary Glitter's chanting boomed around the auditorium, it really was like old times....

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