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Enslaved - E

Enslaved – E

Published on 19th October 2017 | by Shawn Dudley

I will admit I’m a late-comer to Enslaved; my interest initially piqued by a reference in a Mikael Åkerfeldt interview some years back. Once I started exploring their enviably consistent discography I realized that unlike most... Read More

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Daniel Cavanagh - Monochrome

Daniel Cavanagh – Monochrome

Published on 18th October 2017 | by John Wenlock-Smith

Get Ready for a a very emotional trip through the workings of Daniel Cavanagh’s mind as he explores events and situations that have had a major impact on him over the years, but don’t worry, this... Read More

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Trojan Horse - Fukushima Surfer Boys

Trojan Horse – Fukushima Surfer Boys

Published on 17th October 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

Album title of the year? Most probably. Salford noisy urchins Trojan Horse arrive at a canter with their second album, Fukushima Surfer Boys, announcing an eerie electronic intent with opener GRAD, an inspection of the hull... Read More

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Antoine Fafard – Proto Mundi | Doomsday Vault

Antoine Fafard – Proto Mundi | Doomsday Vault

Published on 16th October 2017 | by Bob Mulvey

I can still remember that voyage of discovery, when as a young teenager, I started to unearth the world of music. Excitedly travelling each Saturday morning to the, then plentiful record shops to buy one album,... Read More

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Thumpermonkey - Electricity EP

Thumpermonkey – Electricity EP

Published on 11th October 2017 | by Jez Rowden

From the Deepest, Darkest Depths of Olde London Town, the first release of new material from the 16-limbed beast of depravity that is Thumpermonkey emerges blinking into the light. Has it really been 5 years since... Read More

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Godsticks - Faced With Rage

Godsticks – Faced With Rage

Published on 10th October 2017 | by Mel Allen

Godsticks return with their fourth album, Faced With Rage. Formed in Cardiff during 2008, after a debut EP they released their first album, Spiral Vendetta, in 2010. I have followed Godsticks since their tentative and rather... Read More

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Dialeto - Bartók in Rock

Dialeto – Bartók in Rock

Published on 8th October 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

Ask any of the more experimentally inclined progressive rock bands which classical composers influence their work, and it is a fair bet to say that along with Stravinsky and Ligeti, Hungarian composer Bela Bartók will get... Read More

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Himmellegeme - Myth of Earth

Himmellegeme – Myth of Earth

Published on 5th October 2017 | by Mel Allen

From the dark and rainy west coast of Norway something stirs, the long winter nights appear to give rise to youthful creativity and the current crop of bands regularly deliver the goods. Out of this creative... Read More

A Different Aspect

A Different Aspect 9

A Different Aspect #9 – October 2017

Published on 3rd October 2017 | by The Progressive Aspect

In this update we feature:- Kuhn Fu – Kuhnspiracy Anni Elif – Edith Lion Shepherd – Heat David McWilliams – Lord Of Offaly John Steven Morgan – Solo Piano Works The Residents – The Ghost Of... Read More

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Lifesigns - Cardington

Lifesigns – Cardington

Published on 1st October 2017 | by John Wenlock-Smith

Cardington is the second studio album from John Young’s Lifesigns after their debut in 2013 and the subsequent Under The Bridge live set in 2015. The album was largely funded via a pledge music campaign that... Read More

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