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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Grandma
Let’s Eat Grandma – I, Gemini

Review of Let’s Eat Grandma – I, Gemini Let’s Eat Grandma is an awesome name to start off with. Catching my attention before evening hearing a note.The name is a grammatical joke which is meant to emphasize the use of … Continued

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Monk
Monk Parker – How The Spark Loves The Tinder

Review of Monk Parker – How The Spark Loves The Tinder Monk Parker is the brain child of Mangham Parker. Although this release is in many ways a solo release. He does enlist the help of a number of different … Continued

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Suuns
Suuns – Hold/Still (limited coloured vinyl)

Review of Suuns – Hold/Still Hold/Still is the 4th studio album from the band Suuns. They play crazy experimental indie rock. Blending in mixes of krautrock, indie, electronic and sometimes noise. Released on limited coloured vinyl by Secretly Canadian in … Continued

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Besnard
The Besnard Lakes – A Coliseum Complex Museum

Review of The Besnard Lakes – A Coliseum Complex Museum The Besnard Lakes return with their fifth album A Coliseum Complex Museum. The first album with the two additional members added since touring with the band. This brings the band … Continued

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Can
The Can – Monster Movie

Review of The Can – Monster Movie Can are probably the most influential band in krautrock. Possibly even being the founding band for the genre. Monster Movie was the debut album from them. For this album the band adopted the … Continued

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