Aero
Aero Flynn – Aero Flynn (red)

Review of Aero Flynn – Aero Flynn Debut album from synth pop band Aero Flynn which is led by Josh Scott and produced by Justin Vernon. One particular thing I liked about this album was the heavy use of the synthesizer. … Continued

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al
Al Kooper – New York City (You’re A Woman)

Al Kooper – New York City (You’re A Woman) Al Kooper is an American songwriter, record producer and musician. He has had an impressive career that has seen him work with some of the greats. The music that he creates … Continued

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Albert
Albert Hammond Jr – Momentary Masters

Review of Albert Hammond Jr – Momentary Masters Momentary Masters is the third solo album released by Albert Hammond Jr. The album is a co-release between PIAS, Vagrant and Infectious Music.. Albert Hammond Jr is most commonly know as the … Continued

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Æges
Æges – Southern Comfort (blue collectors set)

Review of Æges – Southern Comfort Æges play awesome heavy rock with elements of several other genres thrown into the pot. Southern Comfort a single taken from Æges amazing debut album The Bridge. The track to me has the sound of … Continued

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b.b.
B.B. King – Live at the Regal

B.B King – Live at the Regal B.B King is most likely the most important figure in Blues music’s history. This reason alone gave him the name ‘The King of the Blues’. He played guitar and sang. Considered one of … Continued

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Barry
Barry Altschul – You Can’t Name Your Own Tune

Barry Altschul – You Can’t Name Your Own Tune Barry Altschul is a Jazz drummer. This album also features a selection of other artists. As well as working on his own music. He also has loaned his talents to various … Continued

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Lionsong
Bjork – Lionsong (kareokieijd remix by mica levi)

Review of Bjork – Lionsong (kareokieijd remix by mica levi) Bjork has had an incredibly successful career releasing albums that delve into all different genres and influences. This record is part of a series that were released featuring remixes from her album … Continued

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notget
Bjork – Notget (Lotic Keptsafe Version)

Review of Bjork – Notget (Lotic Keptsafe Version) Bjork has had an incredibly successful career releasing albums that delve into all different genres and influences. This record is part of a series that were released featuring remixes from her album Vulnicura. This … Continued

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tusk
Black Tusk – Pillars Of Ash

Black Tusk – Pillars Of Ash Black Tusk – Pillars Of Ash Label: Relapse Records ‎– RR7294 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: USA, Canada & Europe Released: 29 Jan 2016 Genre: Rock Style: Stoner Rock, Hardcore, Heavy Metal TracklistHide Credits … Continued

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bob
Bob Dylan – Bob Dylan (2010 Mono Remastered Series)

Review of Bob Dylan – Bob Dylan Bob Dylan to most will need no introduction at all. He has had a huge 38 albums and sold millions worldwide. He has influenced some of the biggest musicians of today and is … Continued

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Boots
Boots Mussulli Quartet ‎– Little Man

Boots Mussulli Quartet ‎– Little Man Boots Mussulli Quartet ‎– Little Man Label: Affinity ‎– AFF 67, Affinity ‎– AFF67 Series: Kenton Presents Jazz – Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue Country: UK Released: 1981 Genre: Jazz Style: Cool Jazz TracklistHide … Continued

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Cavern
Cavern Of Anti-Matter – Void Beats / Invocation Trex

Review of Cavern Of Anti-Matter – Void Beats / Invocation Trex Cavern of Anti-Matter is the new band of former Stereolab member Tim Gane. This is the second album and it’s titled Void Beats / Invocation Trex. Comes in an … Continued

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Creative
Creative Adult / Self Defense Family – Split

Review of Creative Adult / Self Defense Family A split between two labels who consistently release music by a number of fantastic established bands. But also they both tend to be at the forefront when finding new talent. So for … Continued

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Deaf
Deaf Wish – Pain (loser edition)

Review of Deaf Wish – Pain Deaf Wish are a band with a certain level of mystique about them. The members being scattered around the world only coming together to record or tour. And admittedly they have said they create … Continued

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Django
Django Django – Porpoise Song

Review of Django Django – Porpoise Song Django Django play music that is categorised as art rock their sound definitely has a psychedelic sound to it. Bearing some similarities to the more experimental work of The Beatles. The record features … Continued

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Drenge
Drenge – Undertow

Review of Drenge – Undertow Drenge is a UK alternative rock band and Undertow is their second album. In perhaps one of the weirdest stories involving promotion. Drenge gained some significant public attention when Labour MP Tom Watson wrote in his resignation … Continued

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Ducktails
Ducktails – St Catherine

Review of Ducktails – St Catherine Ducktails are back with their 5th album St Catherine. The band are classified as bedroom pop which initially was because of the lo-fi diy style of recording. However Ducktails do record their material in … Continued

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Cochran
Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent – The Saturday Club 1960

Eddie Cochran & Gene Vincent – The Saturday Club 1960 The spring 1960 UK tour featuring Eddie Cochran and Gene Vincent remains an absolute highlight of live rock ‘n’ roll in this country, playing to an audience of hard-core rockers … Continued

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Editors
Editors – In Dream

Review of Editors – In Dream Editors are a British indie rock band who’ve released 5 studio albums. This being their most recent In Dream. Released in 2015. The band have had a great deal of commercial success especially across … Continued

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envy
Envy – Atheist’s Cornea

Review of Envy – Atheist’s Cornea Envy are a Japanese band who started off as a band based heavily in the hardcore scene. Yet later adding more elements of post-rock to their sound they transformed into a real unique band. … Continued

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Fufanu
Fufanu – Adjust To The Light EP 12″

Review of Fufanu – Adjust To The Light Fufanu are a young new alternative rock band originating from Iceland. Adjust To The Light is an EP which was released on UK label One Little Indian. Fufanu to me at times … Continued

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Georgia
Georgia – Georgia with bonus 10″

Review of Georgia – Georgia Georgia is the debut album from recording artist Georgia Barnes. At only 21 years old having an album on a label like Domino must be a huge deal. Creating synth pop that also at times … Continued

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Giants
Giants / Beware Of Safety – Split

Review of Giants / Beware Of Safety The Mylene Sheath have done it again. And managed to get two of the best bands on their roster to come together for this split release. Both playing instrumental music with Giants doing so … Continued

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Tuna
Hot Tuna – First Pull Up, Then Pull Down

Review of Hot Tuna – First Pull Up, Then Pull Down Hot Tuna are an american blues rock band. First Pull Up, Then Pull Down was their second album. It was released in 1971 by RCA Victor. The artwork is really … Continued

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