Review – Girl Pusher: Singles (Deathbomb Arc)

Review – Girl Pusher: Singles (Deathbomb Arc)

After you are done listening to Girl Pusher, two things should cross your mind: 1) girls like hardcore punk and “weird” music, too. They don’t all listen to stuff from the radio and coffee shops. (Even if they do, it doesn’t say anything about their overall tastes, but I digress.) 2) Deathbomb Arc was smart […]

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Gone In 60 Seconds Vol. 3 Preview!

Gone In 60 Seconds Vol. 3 Preview!

Third volume in ongoing series of compilations of 1-min tracks Odorbaby (Germany)  Gone In 60 Seconds – Volume 3 by I Heart Noise r0x4ry (Unknown Planet) Gone In 60 Seconds – Volume 3 by I Heart Noise Tuath (Ireland) Gone In 60 Seconds – Volume 3 by I Heart Noise Harsh Noise Movement (UK) Gone […]

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Guest Mix – Rodney Cromwell

Guest Mix – Rodney Cromwell

Hi. I’m Rodney Cromwell and I make a big-hearted lo-fi analogue synthpop noise. I had an album out in 2015 called ‘Age of Anxiety’ (on Happy Robots) www.happyrobots.co.uk) which quite a few people liked, which was great (and surprising). The theme of this playlist is ‘music to escape to’. I’ve been rattling these tunes around […]

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Guest Mix – Kolumbus

Guest Mix – Kolumbus

Kolumbus (real name Mark ‘Cappy’ Caplice) is an emerging artist in Ireland, whose singles Leave the Light On and I Hope You Find Happiness are available through his Bandcamp page. Kolumbus has been making some waves abroad and, in particular the UK and Germany, where he recently toured, along with Austria, traveling over 4000km on […]

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Review – Boris – Pink (Deluxe Edition)

Review – Boris – Pink (Deluxe Edition)

Pink was my introduction to the Japanese rock-of-all-trades trio known simply as Boris, this name inspired by a Melvins track as mired in sonic muck as the band’s output would come to be known. Considered a milestone release by many, myself included, 2006’s Pink could be seen as the group’s own Vol. 4, (Black Sabbath […]

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