Review: Mark Vernon — “Magneto Mori: Kilfinane”

Review: Mark Vernon — “Magneto Mori: Kilfinane”

“It’s an exploration of tape recording as a form of memory storage. Using a portable reel to reel tape recorder sounds from around the town were recorded onto the first side of the tape over a two day period — dripping rain, creaky gates, car mechanics, drainpipes, shops, church bells,

Review: Weezer — “The Black Album”

Review: Weezer — “The Black Album”

Weezer is the only band in existence that has a spot in my least favorite albums of all time. Though despite their obvious inconsistencies they have always integral to my musical personality. They’re an incredibly endearing, charming and memorable band that has released some amazing and genuinely timeless music over

Heartprints: The Band That Will Open Your Eyes

Heartprints: The Band That Will Open Your Eyes

Let’s face it. Metalcore is not the easiest genre to work in, let alone in Ukraine where metal bands aren’t exactly playing in stadiums full of people. But what’s life without a bit of a challenge, right? On the other hand, paraphrasing an old saying, Heartprints want what they want.

A Real Go-Getter: Very the Jerry

A Real Go-Getter: Very the Jerry

He went from childhood in Nigeria through university in Kryvyi Rih to Kyiv rap scene. Now Folajin Oyedamola Oyedayo Jeremiah a.k.a. Very the Jerry is often compared to Kendrick Lamar. His flow is appreciated by the British PromoMag and Choice for Music UK. And his track “Fly With No Limits”

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What’s fresh: 5 New Artists of This March

Hey, everyone! Now, as usual, digest by Faeton here, to kill your musical hunger. Well, fewer words, more music. Let’s get this party started! 11 (alternative pop, London/UK) First one for today is “Why Choose Me” by 11. It’s duo made up of James Lamb on vocals and Richard Craker

Review: In Flames — “I, the Mask”

Review: In Flames — “I, the Mask”

I could quite easily write a lengthy love letter to the band In Flames that would span far too many pages to reasonably count. These guys are legends and pioneers that have absolutely earned their right to be Metal mainstays with all the fantastic Melodic Death Metal gems in their

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Synthwave: Future in the Neon Light

Synthwave is often described as music that has the nostalgic flavour of the 1980s in both its atmosphere and its production characteristics. For me, the music has a special resonance that’s largely driven by the sheer quality of the music being produced by people creating within the broader genre. Over

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Review: Cosey Fanni Tutti — “TUTTI”

The member of the revolutionary industrial pioneers Throbbing Gristle is back with a new musical endeavor. Cosey Fanni Tutti hasn’t released a solo effort in a long while, but she has been busy in various musical outfits with her husband Chris Carter (also of Throbbing Gristle), as well as authoring

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