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The Witching Tale – The Witching Tale

The Witching Tale’s music may not be everyone’s cup of tea per se, but it becomes a candle-lit wonder that’ll make you want to go back and re-listen to their debut again and again to see what you’ve been missing.

God Is An Astronaut – The Beginning of the End

The 20th anniversary live release of their debut album is like you’re inside the band at the studio watching in awe of the band’s revitalising creation that has enough massive amounts of power which will have your jaws dropped like there’s no tomorrow!

Nebula – Transmission from Mothership Earth

Keeping the heavy trip going……Nebula’s 7th album more than maintains their legacy.

Haiku Funeral – Drown Their Moons In Blood

Haiku Funeral’s music may not be everyone’s cup of tea per se, but what they’ve done is to bring the themes about the end of the world in front of our eyes.

Chat Pile – God’s Country

A deranged and diseased stagger through ugly American dysfunction. They might just be your new favourite band.

Grave Lines – Communion

Second album ‘Communion’ shows the band’s growing mastery of progressive song writing.

Oceans of Slumber – Starlight and Ash

Oceans of Slumber have brought in all of the ingredients to the kitchen table with strong sense of flavours that are impossible to ignore.

Ghost Woman – Ghost Woman

Uschenko can be classified in that rarefied class of artists who have come up with an almost faultless debut album.

Epitaphe – II

II can be thought of as a musical triptych. Its three 19-minute-long pieces are each a distinct artistic work in their own right, filled with a degree of musical and tonal complexity that could easily be stretched out to fill an album, but when viewed together paint a larger picture, an epic journey through Elysian fields and Stygian underworlds.

POLIÇA – Madness

POLIÇA has succeeded in offering listeners a compelling and dreamlike work of excellence. Highly recommended for fans of trippy electronica and for anyone who has followed the group to date.

Blodet – Vision

Already making waves, Blodet promise to be the next big thing in post-metal with their latest EP, Vision, out now on Church Road Records.

Minru – Liminality

She concentrates not only on the notes themselves, but the spaces between them, creating jazzy, sometimes orchestral spectral pop anywhere on the scale between Big Thief and Sigur Rós, with some exceptional results.

The Tangent – Songs from the Hard Shoulder

….the big-dipper that they unveiled this summer. And it is a roller-coaster ride that’ll have your adrenaline pumped up and ready to go.

Birth – Born

Born is like an enormous hallucinated flower ready to be bloomed at any second to reveal its true power in front of the entire public that they never seen before with parallel worlds that are about to be explored.

CB3 – Exploration (+ Exclusive Track Premiere)

This is a noisy and joyous album celebrating the adventure of travelling through the cosmos.

Nick Zinner – 41 Strings

Zinner’s music and the performance of the artists involved retains the core characteristics of modern (minimal) classical music, utilizing the approach from both sides of the musical spectrum for a very effective and inventive results that have a much wider appeal than might initially seem.

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