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A Different Aspect

A Different Aspect #19

Published on 13th June 2018 | by Roger Trenwith

In this update we feature: > Dandelion Charm – Tiny Drop > Dandelion Charm – Riding The Flood EP] > Gaute Storsve Trio – Attention: This Is Not A Toy, For Adult Collectors Only > Alex... Read More

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Tyranny of Hours - Darkling

Tyranny of Hours – Darkling

Published on 9th June 2018 | by Professor Mark

I have been a fan of Tyranny of Hours since first hearing and seeing the band live near Portland, Oregon, some years ago. I reviewed and enjoyed their self-titled debut album and now the band is... Read More

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Molesome - Dial

Molesome – Dial

Published on 8th June 2018 | by Jez Rowden

Far too long ago now, at the beginning of March in fact, I received a package from Mattias Olsson containing a CD copy of the Dial album by his Molesome project. Originally released on Bandcamp in... Read More

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David Cross & David Jackson – Another Day

David Cross & David Jackson – Another Day

Published on 7th June 2018 | by Zachary Nathanson

What happens when you combine two David’s – Cross and Jackson – into one room, one from King Crimson and one from Van der Graaf Generator? It certainly makes for an interesting combination and one that,... Read More

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Amplifier - Trippin' With Dr. Faustus

Amplifier – Trippin’ With Dr. Faustus

Published on 6th June 2018 | by Leo Trimming

A Deal with the Devil is the central theme to the Christopher Marlowe play ‘Dr.Faustus’, and Amplifier main man Sel Balamir in his inimitable style explores the relationship between Man and the ’ultimate baddy’ in their... Read More

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The Monks of Doom - The Brontë Pin

The Monks of Doom – The Brontë Pin

Published on 30th May 2018 | by Roger Trenwith

A band hitherto unknown to me, The Monks of Doom are an intermittently active American collective formed in 1986 as a harder edged spin-off from indie stalwarts Camper van Beethoven, and here they offload their first... Read More

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C:Live Collective - The Age of Insanity

C:Live Collective – The Age of Insanity

Published on 29th May 2018 | by Leo Trimming

This is an age in which a mendacious, manipulative manchild lunatic has taken over the Asylum whilst elsewhere a blackened, ruined stump of a Tower shamefully overshadows a nation that’s lost its moral compass, amidst the... Read More

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