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EP Review: Rich Meehan Trio – Suite Antinque

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Album Review: Bad Breeding – Human Capital

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Album Review: Krause – The Art of Fatigue

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Comprised of Mitch Bock (guitar & vocals), Rhys Anderson (guitar), Steve French (bass & backing vocals), and Tim Tittley (drums), South Wales pop punk foursome Jaws Of Life, have gathered together three tracks for their debut EP, Jaws Of Life Mini Mix Tape. Three tracks that are set to showcase their bright and intelligent music. The band remark about the creation of the EP: “Over lockdown, …

Close, personal, warming and packed with beautiful moments, the new 8 track album Yearning For Vitalists from The Birthday Letters hit’s all the marks whilst remaining understated and unpretentious. Encompassing elements of folk, indie and electronic music, akin to the likes of Ben Howard, Bombay Bicycle Club, The National and Neil Finn, there’s a translucent, …

Brisbane artist Ash Lune  has released a couple of highly impressive singles over the last year and it has culminated in the release of ‘Broken Science Experiments’: a vibrant collection of deeply personal treatises to personal vulnerability, inner strength and resilience that showcase her deliciously velvet vocals that drip with a yearning melancholia. Lune says …

BKO are a band with stamina and staying power who have been needling for attention on the global beat circuit for getting on ten years. Formed in Bamako in 2012 by master percussionist Ibrahima Sarr and his then drum pupil, Frenchman Aymeric Krol, the band soon expanded to a five piece with the introduction of …

Deaf Havana, a British alternative rock band, are set to release their sixth studio album ‘The Present Is A Foreign Land’ on the 15th July. Their new album follows on from their previous album release ‘Rituals’ from 2018 with the key difference being that this release is only by select members of the band, James and Matty …

Warming, subtle and romantic, the new album from Ben Cipolla, Casa Mia, is an absolute joy. Showcasing musical maturity, and excellent ideas, this an impressive collection of tracks from an artist who comes across very confident in his own abilities as a writer and a performer. Somewhere between Jordan Rakei, Vampire Weekend, Leon Bridges and …

At last, if you are reading this then Demon Records have probably just made your day, hell, probably even your year, yes that’s right we now have access to all six original releases from Frank Black and the Catholics on lush 180g clear vinyl, even albums that have previously been unavailable on vinyl. The box …

Stevenage anarcho-punk quartet’s fourth album is their best yet.

Jodi Phillis

On her new album ‘We Need To Be Free’ Jodi Phillis sends a message of hope, love and personal growth to those who have endured so much trauma during the past few years.

When you hear the phrase ‘recorded in a small closet above a mortuary’ you’re thinking ‘I know where this is going’. Dark, experimental, doom shrouded and drone laden probably fits the immediate profile. Well Wax Machine’s ‘Hermit’s Grove’ defies those superficial impressions. It may well have been ‘recorded in a small closet above a mortuary’ …