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Rhys Bloodjoy last week released his long awaited debut LP Human.Pattern.Repeat on Sister9 Recordings in the form of a free download and a full length video that accompanies the album, making it a visual as well as aural offering. Dubbed as  a one-man noise machine, using sophisticated loops, echo drenched harmonies and reverb-soaked melodies to …

Rhys Bloodjoy is a one-man noise machine, using sophisticated loops, echo drenched harmonies and reverb-soaked melodies to create a truly unique blend of Cold Wave and Psychedelia. He has been suspiciously quiet for a while following a move from Manchester’s cobblestones to the mountainous climbs of Southern Spain. But one should always know, when someone …

Amid all the chaos and confusion of our current public health meltdown and the equally frightening economic fallout being caused by it, it feels apt to recall the pre-Glasnost, pre-Gorbachev early 1980s, a time when the Cold War was at its hottest and the public were understandably terrified. Enter Tyburn Blossom, a rising star on …

Rhys Bloodjoy has been a long standing favourite here at BSM, but since his retreat to the Spanish mountains his absence has been notable. It is therefore with great pleasure that we bring you the premiere of his latest offering, ‘Polly Brown’. Rhys Bloodjoy is a one man noise machine, using sophisticated loops, echo drenched …

Rating: 7/10 Sweden has recently become a hot bed of psychedelic activity, with Goat being projected to global acclaim and Josefin Öhrn & The Liberation garnering ever increasing publicity. The latest act to join the ranks is NONN, AKA Christian Eldefors who presents his take on brooding post-punk and cold wave. After spending the winter …

The Gluts have emerged from the depths of Milan to release their second LP Estasi on Fuzz Club Records. The album released on 5th May is the follow up to their debut album Warsaw which was released in 2014 and the quartet have already released a number of piercing teasers including first single ‘Squirrel’, a …