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TOP 30 ALBUMS OF 2017
TOP 30 ALBUMS OF 2017

30. Sugar At The Gate TOPS (CAN) Arbutus TRACKLIST:   Cloudy Skies Further (VIDEO) Petals (VIDEO) Dayglow Bimbo Marigold & Gray (VIDEO) Cutlass Cruiser Hours Between I Just Wanna Make You Real Seconds Erase Topless BUY HERE 29. Several...

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BLAWAN’S NUTRITION EP IS JAW-DROPPING MATERIAL
BLAWAN’S NUTRITION EP IS JAW-DROPPING MATERIAL

Progressive DJ/Producer Blawan recently dropped what could well be the best electronic release of the year in the form his new ultra cerebral six cut double vinyl EP Nutrition. The man behind the moniker Jamie Roberts has been well known...

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PTWIGGS RELEASES CATHARTIC DEBUT
PTWIGGS RELEASES CATHARTIC DEBUT

Sydney experimental producer Phoebe Twigg, aka Ptwiggs released her debut EP Purge recently. It’s a work of cathartic electronic experimentalism informed by a genre defying fusion of techno, noise and industrial influences, re-interpreted and shaped by her determination to...

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RECORD REVIEW: BEN FROST – THE CENTRE CANNOT HOLD
RECORD REVIEW: BEN FROST – THE CENTRE CANNOT HOLD

Reykjavik based Australian artist Ben Frost’s deeply affecting fifth album The Centre Cannot Hold is a subterranean work of visceral and explorative beauty and is a perfect follow up to the compelling percussive intensity of his 2014 long player Aurora....

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BLANKENBERGE BLAST FORTH WITH RADIOGAZE
BLANKENBERGE BLAST FORTH WITH RADIOGAZE

Recently St. Petersburg post rock/shoegaze pop quintet Blankenberge released their killer debut album Radiogaze. It builds nicely on their self titled EP from March last year both in production and ambition. Simultaneously full of dissonant power and ethereal beauty,...

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OUR SINS OF SONIC OMISSION #3: HOLODECK RECORDS – TROLLER
OUR SINS OF SONIC OMISSION #3: HOLODECK RECORDS – TROLLER

This post is the third in the three part Our Sins of Sonic Omission review series highlighting the 2016 releases by Austin label Holodeck Records that we, much to our chagrin, allowed to pass us by. For the context behind the...

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