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ORk - Soul of an Octopus

O.R.k. – Soul of an Octopus

Published on 25th March 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

Two years after their first album, Inflamed Rides, this rather thrilling gathering of enquiring musical like-minds return with Soul Of An Octopus, their first for the always interesting Rare Noise label, and it seems that no... Read More

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Once and Future Band - Once & Future Band

Once and Future Band – Once and Future Band

Published on 25th March 2017 | by Professor Mark

I forget now where I read about the Once and Future Band, but I was very interested in reviewing their self-titled album, released in January this year. The author made comparisons in the article, to Queen... Read More

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Beatrix Players - Magnified

Beatrix Players – Magnified

Published on 24th March 2017 | by Mel Allen

Beatrix Players are a London-based female trio, comprising Amanda Alvarez, Jess Kennedy and Amy Buks. They have been described as combining elements of Folk, Jazz, Progressive and Classical music, citing influences as diverse as Michael Nyman... Read More

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Thinking Plague - Hope Against Hope

Thinking Plague – Hoping Against Hope

Published on 21st March 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

It has been over four years since the relentlessly foreboding Decline and Fall, and Colorado state’s favourite avant rock collective, the marvellously uncompromising Thinking Plague, are back, this time dredging optimism from the depths of black... Read More

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La Bocca della Verità – Avenoth

La Bocca della Verità – Avenoth

Published on 19th March 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

I have had this album a while, and it was only thanks to a Facebook friend raving about it that I remembered it, and it was a darn good thing I did, I can tell you.... Read More

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Tom Slatter - Happy People

Tom Slatter – Happy People

Published on 19th March 2017 | by Phil Lively

Tom Slatter has made another album. Where, in the past, his music has prompted reviewers to describe him as a “quintessentially British eccentric with a quirky imagination” – and he has never failed to live up... Read More

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Odd Logic - Effigy

Odd Logic – Effigy

Published on 18th March 2017 | by Professor Mark

I found this band from the Bremerton/Tacoma area of Washington state on CD Baby one night while searching for some new music and, so far, it has been the best discovery I have made in 2017... Read More

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