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Album review: Chihei Hatakeyama – ‘Late Spring’: a halcyon, beautiful ambient journey

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Album review: El Michels Affair -‘Yeti Season’: Big Crown kingpin proves he’s a 10th dan at soundtrack funk magic

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Album review: Renee Reed – ‘Renee Reed’: an excellent, ethereal debut from Louisiana folk chanteuse

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Nadus, the Newark, New Jersey producer has announced an expanded Deluxe Edition of his Broke City EP, out on October 16th via Plican Fly / Thread / Moodswing / RPM MSC. It features the five tracks from the original EP, with the addition of five new remixes from DJ Sliink, Gutta, Samename & Richelle, and …

Twenty-one years is a long time to be in a band. It’s quite a long time to be married. It’s a really, unbelievably long time to be married to someone in your band. Such is the case with Low’s Alan Sparkhawk and Mimi Parker, whose eleventh album, Ones and Sixes, is out today. Alan’s and …

One of the scariest moments I ever had at a concert(besides that Petra concert at the Notre Dame ACC when I was 17…long story) was the Clash of the Titans tour in July of 1991. My older brother and I headed down to Noblesville, Indiana and for $7 we were granted access to the lawn …

He’s been busy, that Steven Black, aka Sweet Baboo. The Welsh troubadour has just released his new album, The Boombox Ballads, and recently played no less than five times at Green Man Festival. Clearly not one for resting on his laurels, he has a new single ‘Walking in the Rain’, out on October 23rd and …

Rock Bottom is an album that many have attempted to emulate over the years, but few have succeeded. The genesis of the album’s creation, delayed by Wyatt’s accident that led him to spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair and its subsequent reputation as an avant-garde classic, is well documented and this album …

Sheffield’s own Bring Me The Horizon have announced two signings in support of new album That’s The Spirit out tomorrow (11th Sept). The signings are to take place at Sheffield and Manchester HMV at 12:30 and 16:30 respectively on Sunday 13th September. After their triumphant sub-headline sets at Reading and Leeds last month, the South …

Who Sent You, the new single from Canteburys Broken Hands is, according to frontman Dale Norton, a description of “the moment when paranoia takes over from fun experiences and the strange other worldly voice enters your thoughts. You start to question your own trajectory; even asking your friends “is everything okay here?” as if they …

Taken from their self titled EP, out now on influential Kitsuné imprint, New York City duo Beau have released some accompanying visuals to their track C’mon Please. The song has this rootsy swagger about it, with just enough Warpaint thrown in before it shows it’s more muscular side into the chorus as it shoots some …

Last year we enthused about North London ‘Pop and Roll’ outfit, Careless Sons. They are back better than ever with their new single ‘Betty’: a more mature, smooth sound yet still emotive and hook-laden: [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/219851399″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /] The production is clear and precise, driving the chiming guitars and excellent layered harmonies. …

If you like dirty low down psychedelic blues rock then I would suggest that you are going to love this third album by Early Mammal, on the ever reliable Riot Season Records. Early Mammal seem to have adopted that sort of no holds barred psychedelic blues rock aesthetic that at the same time puts a …