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3RDegree – Ones & Zeros: Vol 1

3RDegree – Ones & Zeros: Vol. 0

Published on 24th April 2018 | by Friedrich Kunzmann

Now, how does one follow up the major triumph that was 2015’s Ones & Zeros Vol. 1? The success of 3RDegree’s fifth outing came as a big surprise, even to the creators themselves, who, subsequently, decided... Read More


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GEPH – Apophenia

GEPH – Apophenia

Published on 22nd April 2018 | by Phil Lively

Boston, Massachusetts-based GEPH are back with a second album. According to the Interwebs, Apophenia is “the spontaneous perception of connections and meaningfulness of unrelated phenomena”, the term first coined by German neurologist and psychiatrist Klaus Conrad... Read More


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Fernando Perdomo - Out To Sea

Fernando Perdomo – Out To Sea

Published on 21st April 2018 | by John Wenlock-Smith

This is the debut album from Dave Kerzner Band member Fernando Perdomo, guitarist and bassist, who pretty much does everything on this album, barring one drum track. This is a totally instrumental tour de force from... Read More


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Riversea - The Tide

Riversea – The Tide

Published on 20th April 2018 | by Leo Trimming

Riversea return with their first album since 2012, The Tide is a fine release of emotional maturity expressed beautifully through a skilled and sensitive synthesis of music and lyrics. It is clear that both Marc Atkinson... Read More


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Marbin – Israeli Jazz

Marbin – Israeli Jazz

Published on 18th April 2018 | by Kevan Furbank

Sax player Danny Markovitch and guitarist Dani Rabin have, until now, worn their ethnic origins fairly lightly. Based in Chicago, their previous albums have been blistering jazz-rock fusion workouts with influences ranging from the Mahavishnu Orchestra... Read More


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Phi - Cycles

Phi – Cycles

Published on 17th April 2018 | by Phil Lively

Not just the 21st letter of the Greek alphabet, Phi is referenced in aesthetics, in the natural World and in a mathematical context as “The Golden Ratio”. The band, Phi, originates in Austria where the Golden... Read More


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Malady – Toinen Toista

Malady – Toinen Toista

Published on 16th April 2018 | by Mel Allen

Malady is a band from Helsinki in Finland returning with their second album, Toinen Toista, which consists of five tracks with a total playing time of forty minutes. Malady released their debut album in 2015 on... Read More


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Jadis – More Than Meets The Eye 25

Jadis – More Than Meets The Eye 25

Published on 14th April 2018 | by Leo Trimming

Jadis have re-released their first proper album as More than Meets the Eye 25 in a special edition to mark 25 years since its original release in the early 1990s. These days, in the 21st Century... Read More


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Emperor Norton - Emperor Norton

Emperor Norton – Emperor Norton

Published on 12th April 2018 | by Bob Mulvey

Based in York, U.K., and formed less than a year ago, Emperor Norton have wasted little time writing and recording their self-titled debut. What is more impressive is the confidence and surety of this release, from... Read More


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