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Album Review: Sublime Creatures Vol. I – House of Reptile records

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Track: Greg Puciato Shares Single ‘Do You Need Me To Remind You’ Taken From His Debut Solo Album

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Sometimes you’ve just got to gut one of the best songs on your album and completely rework it. Amiture seem to subscribe to that line of thinking, at least. Last year, with Jack Whitescarver as the sole member, the project released its debut album The Beach. ‘Thaw’ originally appeared on that album, but the version …

Now here’s a band that don’t hold back. Brighton/Lewes electronic post punk duo Be Kind Cadaver (Daniel Hignell-Tully and Leroy Brown) grab at real issues and wring them out through their highly charged, shell shocked anti-pop songs. Their debut EP ‘Postpartum’, available from 21st July on the forward thinking Difficult Art And Music label, probes …

Rhys Fulber is a Canadian electronic musician and producer best known for his lengthy (and ongoing) tenures with industrial standard bearers Front Line Assembly and ambient pop exponents Delerium (both with Bill Leeb), his solo project Conjure One, plus a series of recent dark techno-based albums released under his own name. As a producer, he …

Like a fine wine maturing, the legendary Caligula are simply getting better in their renaissance. They were brightly burning stars in the nineties and, after a long hiatus, are back on the boards with founding members Ashley Rothschild and Jamie Fonti, and some very seasoned additions – guitarist Mark Tobin (The Finalists, Steve Kilbey) and …

RedHook incorporate a vast and powerful array of weaponry in their visceral take down of cowardly keyboard warriors in the explosive ‘Low Budget Horror’. Slamming heavy metal riffs, electronic intrusions with a dose of growling death metals utterings and anthemic choruses combine to create a cathartic dose of pure energy. Lead vocalist Emmy Mack explains the inspiration …

The single ‘Fear Of The Neglect’ from Italian group Ostara’s Bless has a luscious, layered industrial stomp with a barbed-wire spine and a dark ominous insistent thrum. We are honoured to be able to premiere today the rich and beautiful video for the track that comes off the band’s epic ‘Masculine/Feminine’ double album. The track’s …

The bulldozer onslaught of the fabulous IDLES continues with vigour in their new single ‘When The Lights Come On’. And as per form, it is not all noise: a lot of light shines from the output of this ferocious band steeped in a sense of intelligence and compassion, heated by a shed load of intelligence. …

This song and its accompanying video aren’t for the faint of heart, so fair warning – it thrives on chaos and the thrill of the unexpected. If you’re new to KRISTEENYOUNG‘s world, then welcome, she’s been expecting you. Young last released The SubSet in 2019, and she’s been at work on its follow-up. For now, …

Overview: Freedom of the Star Corsair “Whoever wishes the eternal, must leave the temporal behind”. Cluster Lizard: While meditating on the concept of our next album, we listened to the soundtracks of our favorite movies and dreamed of composing our music for the films. What could the film be like, what would be the story, …

THE BRETT KAVANAUGH hearings, in which the Trump-nominated associate justice of the Supreme Court faced allegations of sexual misconduct from a trio of women, sent shockwaves across the nation; there was corruption, there were cover-ups, there were bad actors. Now, and within 24 hours, two American musicians concerned with the fallout and the implication for …