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Album of the Week - 28th February 2015

Public Service Broadcasting
“The Race For Space”

Fact: Public Service Broadcasting, or PSB to us cool kids, are a London-based duo who have seemingly appeared from nowhere over the last two years to great acclaim. 836 more words



Febris. Latin, noun. Fever.

New composition written under the influence of the Norwalk virus. Segment of a rehearsal session in February 2015.


#47: Electric Sandwich - China

Sometimes Lauren has to work late, not arriving home until 8.30-9.00pm. Lonely as this makes me, it does give me a chance to listen to a load of music that I know she doesn’t like herself. 54 more words


Interview with Albin Julius (Der Blutharsch)

To anyone familiar with the Neofolk, Dark Ambient or Martial Industrial genres, the work of Albin Julius needs no introductions. Having released many highly influential and even pioneering albums with his projects The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud and Der Blutharsch, Albin has always been an artist full of controversy. 2,265 more words

Band Interview

Amon Düül - Snow Your Thirst And Sun Your Open Mouth/Eternal Flow

Two tracks from Amon Düül.  The first is a track from their “Paradieswärts Düül” (1970) album, and is beautiful Psyche Folk piece that just moves in an unmistakably Teutonic manner. 80 more words


nefasto celiba - senza titolo col faccione

artist: nefasto celiba
title: senza titolo col faccione
keywords: experimental, dub, field recording, noise, krautrock
label: MAV Records http://mavrecords.webs.com/
reviewer: Henk Think Thank

Hmm.. Hello… I’m Henk.. 630 more words