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Matt Emery – ‘Empire’ album review


It’s been a long time in the making, but Matt Emery, one of our favourite people (and an incredibly talented musician to boot) has now released his debut album ‘Empire’. Available via Injazero Records, it’s been released on vinyl and via Bandcamp and is full of compositions that fall somewhere between post-rock songs and classical…

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SOAR – ‘dark/gold’ album review


Signed to the ever-reliable Father/Daughter Records, San Francisco’s SOAR came together in 2015 when four queer and femme friends who fronted their respective bands decided they wanted to try their hands at something a little more collaborative. ‘dark/gold’ is their debut album and it’s one flourishing with creativity. The opener ‘Fort Funston’ has a slow…

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The Physics House Band – ‘Mercury Fountain’ album review


Words by Matt Phelps. Four years on from their debut record ‘Horizons/Rapture’ the genre-defying Brighton experimental three-piece of Samuel Organ, Adam Hutchinson and Dave Morgan are back with another mind-altering collection of new music. Much like their first album, ‘Mercury Fountain’ is intended as a single half hour listening experience in nine parts, rather than…