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MOGWAI – As the Love Continues

Promises of a memory… Since their 1997 debut album Mogwai Young Team, Scottish post-rock outfit Mogwai have established themselves as fine purveyors of often spacey and epic compositions. Consisting of Stuart Braithwaite (guitar, vocals), Barry Burns (guitar, piano, synthesizer, vocals), … Read More

Introducing HOPDOT

Haunting songs of devotion and love Despite the turbulent period that we’re all currently living through, on occasion some captivating music emerges that offers hope and optimism. It’s certainly something that alt-pop outfit HOPdot serve up in style with a … Read More

IT’S IMMATERIAL – House For Sale

Everything is easy Although they were feted for their jaunty 1986 hit ‘Driving Away From Home’, by that point in their musical trajectory, It’s Immaterial were already a band evolving and embracing different ideas. Previously, the Liverpool outfit had made … Read More

TWIST HELIX – Machinery

Let’s throw away inhibition and engage… Having made a big impact with their 2018 album Ouseburn (see our sister site The Electricity Club’s review previously), Newcastle outfit Twist Helix return with their new studio album Machinery. Consisting of Bea Garcia … Read More

LIOTIA – Be Here (Always)

We’ll be here to stay… The last few years appear to have been a surprisingly productive period for grassroots electronic acts, particularly those willing to dabble in the margins of what’s normally considered traditional electronic pop. It’s led to a … Read More

GOLD BABY – Versailles

An empire of memories… The Covid crisis has had a devastating effect on the music scene this year, particularly impacting live music. Yet despite this grim turn of events, many bands have somehow managed to reignite a spark of creativity … Read More

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