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Album review: Fred Deakin – The Lasters
Album review: AM Jazz – Jim Noir
Ayusp album review
Review: All Is Lost (soundtrack by Animat)
Album review: In The Nursery – The Seashell and the Clergyman
Album review: Richard Hawley – Further
Album Review: K.O.G & The Zongo Brigade – Wahala Wahala
Album Review: Sleaford Mods – Eton Alive
REVIEW: BAD LUV @ Café Totem
Album Review: International Teachers of Pop
Album Review: Drenge – Strange Creatures
Album Review: Blood Red Shoes – Get Tragic
The Album That Changed My Life: Quantic “The 5th Exotic”
Just for the Record: Albums we’re looking forward to in 2019
Light Tide – Highway single review
Pale Waves – My Mind Makes Noises
Alt-J – Reduxer
Christine & The Queens – Chris
IDLES – Joy as an Act of Resistance
Rophonic – In With The Out Crowd
Review: Evenfall – Andrew Heath
The album that changed my life: Reality – David Bowie
Album Review: Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino
In The Blink of an Eye: A Celebration of Disco Gecko
May’s Album Reviews
April’s Album Reviews
Pumpin’ On Mi Stereo: Miles Davis – Birth of the Cool
February Album Reviews
The top 10 albums of 2017
Review: Vuromantics – In The Night EP
Album Review: Mzylkypop’s ‘When Will The Wolves Howl’ – a frightening dystopia
Album review: In The Nursery’s ‘1961’ – an ode to a memorable year
Martin Simpson – Trails and Tribulations
Ghostpoet – Dark Days and Canapés
Haim – Something to Tell You
Review: Public Service Broadcasting – Every Valley
Review: The Seamonsters – Lost and Found
Paul Weller – A Kind Revolution
Alt-J – Relaxer
Animat: How to be a Shadow
Banco De Gaia – Big Men Cry (20th Anniversary Re-issue)
Wendy Bevan – Love From The Moon
Saint Etienne – Home Counties
Renegade Brass Band – Totems
Sleaford Mods – English Tapas
Temples – Volcano
Pigeon Detectives – Broken Glances
Goat Girl @ Picture House Social
Laura Marling – Semper Femina
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Flying Microtonal Banana
The xx – I See You
Review: Sheafs – Nobody’s Watching
ALBUM REVIEW: Sophie Barker – Break the Habit
Review: J. Cole – 4 Your Eyez Only
Review: Dutch Uncles – Big Balloon
Review: The Last Shadow Puppets – The Dream Synopsis EP
Nick Cave and the Bad seeds – Skeleton Tree
Slaves – Take Control
Kate Tempest – Let Them Eat Chaos
Biffy Clyro – Ellipsis
Blink 182 – California
Let’s Eat Grandma – I, Gemini
Metronomy – Summer ’08
Oscar – Cut and Paste
Last Shadow Puppets – Everything You’ve Come To Expect
We Are Scientists – Helter Seltzer
October Drift – Stranger Days EP
Iggy Pop – Post Pop Depression
Steel City Rocks: Steel Trees
Air Force Chron EP Review
The Coral – Distance In Between Album Review
Underworld – Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future Album Review
Trans Siberian Orchestra – Letters From the Labyrinth Album Review
James – Girl at the End of the World Album Review
Steve Mason – Meet the Humans Album Review
Villagers – Where Have You Been All My Life?
Submotion Orchestra – Colour Theory
Savages – Adore Life
EP Review: Bear Chest – My Bones
Turin Brakes – Lost Property,
Electric Six – Bitch Don’t Let Me Die
Review – Nothing But Thieves
Miyavi – The Others
Yung – These Thoughts are Like Mandatory Chores
Eagles of Death Metal – Zipper Down
Richard Hawley – Hollow Meadows
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
Low Budget/High Concept – Review
HarleyLikesMusic – Game Changer
New single: Hey Sholay – Eyes for Me
Maccabees – Marks to Prove It
Bullet For My Valentine – Venom
Franc Cinelli- The Marvel Age
Muse – Drones
In Hearts Wake – Skydancer
Ben Montague – Back Into Paradise
Keston Cobblers’ Club – Wildfire
They Might Be Giants – Glean
The Wombats – Glitterbug
Superheaven- Ours Is Chrome
Everything, Everything- Get To Heaven
Sweet Little Machine- Save Our Bones
Nai Harvest – Hairball
Pumpin On Mi Stereo – February
Papa Roach – F.E.A.R.
Adamski – Revolt
Public Service Broadcasting – The Race For Space
Wu-Tang Clan – A Better Tomorrow.
Hookworms – The Hum
Rumer – Into Color
Foo Fighters – Sonic Highways
The Fratellis – Soul Crush
Johnny Marr – Playland
Vashti Bunyan – Heartleap
Marmozets – The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets
The Lost Brothers- New Songs Of Dawn And Dust.
Inspiral Carpets – Inspiral Carpets
The Bluehearts- Hurt EP
The Courteeners- Concrete Love
Slow Club- Complete Surrender
The Moons – Mindwaves
David Gray – Mutineers
The Last Vinci – The Last Vinci
Shammi Pithia – Cosmic
The Ramona Flowers – Dismantle and Rebuild
Clean Bandit – New Eyes
Chrissie Hynde – Stockholm
Paolo Nutini – Caustic Love
iTCH – The Deep End
PUP – PUP
St Vincent – St Vincent
Penguin Cafe – The Red Book
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