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Cymbals Eat Guitars – Pretty Years // Album Review

Pretty Years finds Cymbals Eat Guitars continuing their journey as one of the best rock acts around

Damien Jurado – Visions Of Us On The Land // Album...

Visions Of Us On The Land is another worthy addition to Damien Jurado’s catalogue, and one that is certain to be played over and over again

Fuzz – II // Album Review

II is something of a mammoth, but when it comes to loud and heavy seventies-style rock there are few better ways to spend your time

Wand – 1000 Days // Album Review

1000 Days finds the band refining their psychedelic musings, abandoning the furious hard rock tendencies of their debut LP Golem in favour of a sound that sits somewhere between Tame Impala and sixties psych-pop

Jaakko Eino Kalevi – Jaakko Eino Kalevi // Album Review

On Kalevi's self titled debut, synth pop and disco sit next to lounge-y psychedelia, melding diverse influences ranging from techno to eighties pop and post-punk into a cohesive sound

Colleen Green – I Want To Grow Up // Album Review

Green has muscled up her sound and added a bit of studio sheen, while retaining the immediacy and charm of her previous work

King Tuff – Black Moon Spell // Album Review

King Tuff delivers 14 songs packed full of sex, classic rock references, parties, teenage rebellion, weirdness and downright stupidity

J Mascis – Tied To A Star // Album Review

Tied To A Star is another gem of an album, further proving why J Mascis is one of his generation's greatest

Strand Of Oaks – Heal // Album Review

Timothy Showalter sheds the rootsy folk of his previous work and truly comes into his own in HEAL, a remarkable record

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