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Lorenzo Feliciati – Elevator Man

Lorenzo Feliciati – Elevator Man

Published on 10th November 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

Italian bass guitarist Lorenzo Feliciati, in between supplying the lower register for several bands from the RareNoise stable including Mumpbeak, Berserk!, Naked Truth, and Twinscape, has found the time to make his own records, the last... Read More


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Simen Lyngroth - Take All The Land

Simen Lyngroth – Take All The Land

Published on 10th November 2017 | by John Wenlock-Smith

I am, as any who knows me will testify, fascinated by new music in its many guises, and if something catches my interest I will seek it out. This album is one such example. I read... Read More


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Samuel Hällkvist – Variety of Rhythm

Samuel Hällkvist – Variety of Rhythm

Published on 9th November 2017 | by Mel Allen

Two years ago I was pleased to discover the music of Swedish guitar player Samuel Hällkvist when I reviewed his Variety of Live. This current release Variety of Rhythm completes a cycle that began with 2012’s... Read More


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Inner Ear Brigade - Dromology

Inner Ear Brigade – Dromology

Published on 7th November 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

There is something gloriously primal about this recording, evident from the moment the jagged edges of the otherwise chooglin’ pop moves of spiky album opener Dark Sleep Fortress rip out the speakers and tear at your... Read More


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The Knells - Knells II

The Knells – Knells II

Published on 6th November 2017 | by Jez Rowden

From New York City, The Knells do ‘art rock’ in their own inimitable fashion. It’s a deft mix of instrumentation and voices, the coup de gras coming from the latter, a fascinating trio of female vocalists... Read More


CD Reissues

Rick Waleman - Art in Music Trilogy

Rick Wakeman – Art In Music Trilogy

Published on 6th November 2017 | by John Wenlock-Smith

This is a 2017 Esoteric remastered reissue of three albums that made up the ‘Art in Music Trilogy’ from 1999, these were The Sculptor, The Artist and Sketches, and although each stands alone they are thematically... Read More


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Sweet Synth Prince - Sweet Synth Prince

Sweet Synth Prince – Sweet Synth Prince

Published on 5th November 2017 | by Phil Lively

I’m lucky and musically I’m in a good place. I am trying to cut down on carbohydrates, though. I may even be slightly obsessed with my craving for yummy food. I’m lucky to be writing album... Read More


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Dusan Jevtovic – No Answer

Dusan Jevtovic – No Answer

Published on 4th November 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

It is good to see a new album from Dusan Jevtovic, some four years on from the rather feisty Am I Walking Wrong? A truly multi-national project, this recording shows what can be done in the... Read More


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The Great Discord - The Rabbit Hole

The Great Discord – The Rabbit Hole

Published on 3rd November 2017 | by Eric Strother

Imagine that Lady Gaga and Alice Cooper collaborated with the creative minds behind American Horror Story on a musical retelling of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. You’ve just imagined The Rabbit Hole — the sophomore album... Read More


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