No Kingdom – Cyborg Asylum (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Cyborg Asylum has always wandered between timelines and done so effortlessly. A band making music predicting the future yet inspired by music of the past. Leaning on post-punk sonic pioneering styles whilst making post-futuristic moves. Using cutting-edge digital technology to update and upgrade a sonic movement which began in the late 70’s. Artists based very... Continue Reading →

Cream Parade – Manu Louis (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

It’s interesting how quickly the world turns against technology, it’s somehow comforting that deep down, beneath all the sparkly tech with improved operating systems and “enhanced user interfaces” there is still that niggling feeling that maybe we shouldn’t trust things so blindly. It’s been a subject explored in literature for decades, the idea that technology... Continue Reading →

Oso Leone release Gallery Love

After a 5-year hiatus following the release of their acclaimed sophomore release, Barcelona based outfit Oso Leone return with an alluring new album touching on soul, funk, R&B and pop, out via Apollo Records on March 11th.   Following their meditative self-titled debut and its captivatingly sparse follow-up ‘Mokragora,’ ‘Gallery Love’ achieves what it sets out to do and more, taking the... Continue Reading →

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