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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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Label release overview and manifesto: Sublime Creatures, defiant of society’s cages, its definitions of power, beauty and status. A higher stance above bitter resentment. A pro-active community of thinkers. A patch-work of empowered souls, ideas and experiences. Directly related to one of the sentences in our manifesto, Sublime Creatures is a call to our most …

Following on from the success of their bold and self-assured debut EP, 2020’s Strangest Desires, COLLAR’S brand new EP HARD TIME TO TAKE IT is out now and proving to be a hypnotic, grungy beat-driven offering that features flickering percussive production from Charles Murdoch and Spencer White’s signature deep vocals. COLLAR will also be playing one of the very first shows at the newly-restored …

1000 ROBOTA, the trio of Sebastian Muxfeldt, Jonas Hinnerkort and Anton Spielmann, got together while they were still at school in northern Germany and released their debut album of stern post-hardcore, Du Nicht, Er Nicht, Sie Nicht, for Tapete in 2008. A second long player, Ufo, came out two years later, and then; nothing. Nothing, …

PREVIOUSLY going under the name Trafic des airs, TDA is the newly compressed to initials only, dark industrial mask of Samuel Gougoux, elsewhere a member of Montreal’s no-wave dance-punk band VICTIME. Samuel released a cassette-only EP, titled for the name he’s now adopted, back in August 2019; the drums are so much to the fore …

Nuha Ruby Ra is an artist who, in her new EP “How to Move”, proves herself able to combine the cinematic with the personal without losing any of the intensity of her vision. This is to say the EP has the sonic components of a late-70s horror movie, meshed with a narrative that is somewhat …

SHEFFIELD’S deep proto-industrialists Cabaret Voltaire still have so much to say, some 48 years on from first beginnings. Shadow Of Fear, released November gone, was the Cabs’ first new album in more than two decades; but in a world this darkly dystopian, how can the time not be absolutely ripe for Richard H Kirk and …

UK label Blackbow Records are set to release a new split LP of pure heaviness from Belfast based, sludge-juggernauts Slomatics alongside the blistering and crushing sounds of Ungraven. With 3 new tracks from each band the split is set for release on 5th March.  First track taken from the album is Ungraven’s – Onwards She …

IT WAS quite a thing when ANTI- secured the signature of globe-straddling modern soundtrack composer extraordinaire Danny Elfman last year; yep, the Sunset Boulevard-based label which brings us Andy Shauf, Yves Jarvis, M. Ward, Jolie Holland, Fleet Foxes et al, teaming up with the man behind the theme from The Simpsons and soundtracks to such …

You don’t have to read the Youtube comments under the videos for the album singles to realise he’s upset a lot of his long term fans. Instead of Lee dropping a glam metal album we would all expect, he has taken 2 years to craft something different, yet uniquely Tommy Lee. The album features a …

Flying Moon In Space are a seven-piece band from Leipzig, Germany borne out of live improvisations which are known to last hours at a time. Having clocked-up nearly fifty shows in their home-city alone, as well as support slots with The Holydrug Couple, Elephant Stone and The Sweet Release of Death and a couple of …