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Battle Lines – Primal

No Sleep Records – 16th September 2016

Christopher Nosnibor

I have to admit, I’d been wondering what was happening with Battle lines. Following the single releases ‘Colonies’ and ‘Hunting’ (split with Post War Glamour Girls), and a storming set at the Brudenell to launch it, there was talk of an album when I chatted with the band afterwards, and then… Well, they seemed to drop off the radar. 1,035 more words


When Lightning Strikes - New Song

This one is kind of a love song. It was an interesting task to record this one because we finished writing it whilst we were in the process of recording it. 101 more words


Alcest - Kodama (2016)

Pioneers in their own genre of music, Alcest are a band of many faces and constant evolution. Hailing from France and making themselves a name in the Black Metal scene, Alcest have seen a long, slow, and very much enjoyable into a symbiosis of Black Metal and Shoegaze. 464 more words

Album Reviews

Machine Gun, by Slowdive

As we say in Spanish, estamos de enhorabuena. Slowdive, the shoegaze band from England released last Thursday its first single in 22 years: “Star Roving”. Today we remember one of its big hits, “Machine Gun”.


Single Review - Slowdive - Star Roving 

Reading’s finest Shoegazers are back with their first new song in over two decades with ‘Star Roving’. Now signed on to Dead Oceans, vocalalist and guitarist Rachel Goswell confirmed that an album was in the works and this single is the first product of it. 79 more words


1. Motorpsycho – Here Be Monsters (Rune Grammofon)
“Here Be Monsters continues the prog-space adventure that Motorpsycho began on 2010’s Heavy Metal Fruit, but this set explores the vastness of inner space. 2,006 more words

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empty boxes and black shelves of her occult books.

here a ring under a scarf, she thought one of her spirits stole it, and there a small journal of spells, pungent with the perfume of leaves from her garden. 18 more words

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