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Meadow House
Misadventures On The Scorn Cycle

Part genius, part idiot, and part pest, Dan Wilson's Meadow House produce the sort of off-kilter, dysfunctional music that, if you wait long enough, someone in the future will declare to be 'lost brilliance', unappreciated at the time like R. Stevie Moore or some such. Well let's try to pre-empt that by revi...view item »

Dalham
Janus

Oh boy, am I excited: it’s Dalham time! Yes folks, Phil’s favourite electronics-bothering discovery of recent times have blessed us with ‘Janus’, their follow-up record to last year’s winning ‘Waves’. Also, it’s time to do something we haven’t done in a while and… just… can&rsqu...view item »

A Middle Sex
Soul Sways West

A little history. The sadly defunct A Middle Sex - Karl Sveinsson and Matthew Ashworth with Phil Sykes on drums originally replaced by Edwin Stevens - first came to our attention way back in 2009 on their split LP with Temperatures on the Carnivals label. They were then responsible for releasing the first ...view item »

Memory Drawings
Music For Another Loss.

Mike's original review circa 2012.  Here at Norman Towers, Hood are a band close to all our hearts, a beacon of the finest in northern miserablism and forward-thinking musicality, we're always more than curious when any of their number drops som...view item »

Ekca Liena
Slow Music For Rapid Eye Movement

**ORIGINAL REVIEW FROM 2008!!*** Ekca Liena is another new name to me. It's another of those releases on the Dead Pilot label and this one is limited to 100 copies in a metal tin. We all thought it looked well swish as the metal tin has a sort of large port hole in the middle of it for the artwork to poke through into your eyes. It's called 'Slo...view item »

Piano Magic
Son De Mar

Here's Phil's review from back in 2007 when we were at the cutting edge of music journalism.  The new Piano Magic CD is absolutely lovely - by far the most lovely thing they have done. Beautiful classical ambience, a little Godspeed-y in places. Very...view item »

epic45
Drakelow EP

This was a bit of a milestone in the E45 back catalogue as it centred greatly on their instrumental electronica constructing capabilities and much less on the chiming pastoral post-rock they won their fan-base with. I'd say if you like drone, glitch, minimal composition and ambient electronic styles this will...view item »

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