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Snarky Puppy - Immigrance

Snarky Puppy – Immigrance

Published on 11th April 2019 | by Kevan Furbank

Like many Snarky Puppy fans, I discovered the band through YouTube videos of their live studio recording sessions. I was blown away by the melodies, the musicianship and the sheer joy of playing. I mean, how... Read More


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Sarah Longfield - Disparity

Sarah Longfield – Disparity

Published on 10th April 2019 | by Zachary Nathanson

Wisconsin musician Sarah Longfield is a name you probably don’t recognise, however she was named one of the World’s Fifteen Greatest 7 & 8-string guitarists last year by Guitar World. However she’s not just a guitar... Read More


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Cosmograf - Mind Over Depth

Cosmograf – Mind Over Depth

Published on 8th April 2019 | by Leo Trimming

Cosmograf has resurfaced with the remarkably heavy but introspective Mind Over Depth, their first new album since 2017’s The Hay-Man Dreams. It may be wise for Cosmograf fans to metaphorically don a deep sea diving suit,... Read More


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The Far Meadow - Foreign Land

The Far Meadow – Foreign Land

Published on 7th April 2019 | by Tony Colvill

The opportunity to see The Far Meadow passed me by, ill health, poverty, can’t quite remember which; if it was poverty there is a certain wealth of riches in what is presented before me. Foreign Land... Read More


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Eivør ‎– Live In Tórshavn

Eivør ‎– Live In Tórshavn

Published on 6th April 2019 | by Mel Allen

Born in Syðrugøta on the Faroe Islands, but now residing in Copenhagen, Eivør has been making music for most of her life, indeed her first album was released when she was just sixteen years old, blending... Read More


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Verity White - Reclaim; Set Fire

Verity White – Reclaim; Set Fire

Published on 4th April 2019 | by James R. Turner

Those of you who have seen Pendragon, or indeed recent productions by Clive Nolan’s Caamora company, will already be familiar with Verity, who is an integral part of the company and one of the current backing... Read More


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Devin Townsend - Empath

Devin Townsend – Empath

Published on 3rd April 2019 | by David Ryan

Devin Townsend is a musician who confounds the average listener. The musical variety and creativity evident in his work is on par with the diverse influences in his writing. His style is not for the faint... Read More


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The Mute Gods - Atheists And Believers

The Mute Gods – Atheists And Believers

Published on 2nd April 2019 | by John Wenlock-Smith

I’ve followed the unfolding story of The Mute Gods with great interest over their past two albums and have been eagerly awaiting the release of the final part of the planned trilogy – and possibly the... Read More


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This Winter Machine - A Tower Of Clocks

This Winter Machine – A Tower Of Clocks

Published on 1st April 2019 | by Leo Trimming

A Tower Of Clocks is the much anticipated second album by Yorkshire progressive rock band This Winter Machine. They came out of nowhere in 2016 as an unknown band who produced the highly regarded and increasingly... Read More


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T - Solipsystemology

T – Solipsystemology

Published on 30th March 2019 | by Rob Fisher

Endings are nearly always beginnings. The thought is worth bearing in mind as you approach Solipsystemology, the seventh studio album from the provocative and challenging Thomas Thielen or ‘t’ as the German multi-instrumentalist is otherwise known.... Read More


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