Review: The Retrosic – God Of Hell

Review: The Retrosic – God Of Hell
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THE RETROSIC GOD OF HELL Metropolis 4.5/5 Prepare yourself for another new act storming into the U.S. industrial scene. The Retrosic has already been named #1 in the German Alternative

Review: Soul Magic – Yah Yah

Review: Soul Magic – Yah Yah
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SOUL MAGIC “YAH YAH” Soulfuric Deep With releases on Swing City and Morehouse, this man can do no wrong. Soul Magic, a.k.a. Morten Trust, has been producing and DJ-ing on

Review: Strange Boutique – The Collection 1988-1994

Review: Strange Boutique – The Collection 1988-1994
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STRANGE BOUTIQUE THE COLLECTION 1988-1994 Metropolis Faith and the Muse is certainly a fine band with their ethereal rock and theatricality, but I’ve always felt that Monica Richards’ best work

Review: Seek – Everafter

Review: Seek – Everafter
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SEEK “EVERAFTER” (REMIXES) GoGo Music Seek originally released this album in late 2000 on Giant Step Records, this latest interpretation is right on target with the soul-disco era of house

 
 
Review: Rachel Goswell – Waves are Universal

Review: Rachel Goswell – Waves are Universal
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RACHEL GOSWELL WAVES ARE UNIVERSAL 4AD Rachel Goswell: You might not recognize the name, but I’d have a hard time believing that someone who has any interest in my column

Review: Punto Omega – Self-Title

Review: Punto Omega – Self-Title
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PUNTO OMEGA Self-Title Metropolis 3/5 The spread of industrial angst has reached Argentina and has brought with it Punto Omega (that translates to “Omega Point”). Viator and Pilgrim, the duo

Review: Peccatum – Lost In Reverie

Review: Peccatum – Lost In Reverie
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Peccatum Lost in Reverie The End Records Norway’s Peccatum are back four years after their last album, Amor Fati, with Lost In Reverie. This album was written and performed by

Review: Nicki Jane – Of Pigeons and Other Curiosities

Review: Nicki Jane – Of Pigeons and Other Curiosities
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  NICKI JANE OF PIGEONS AND OTHER CURIOSITIES Shaman Yes, it is comforting to know that there is still enough space in the world for a little dark cabaret. On

Review: Midlake – Bamnan and Slivercork

Review: Midlake – Bamnan and Slivercork
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MIDLAKE BAMNAN AND SLIVERCORK Bella Union Typically, Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins) and his lovely Bella Union record label release quality albums. Bamnan and Slivercork from Midlake is quite easily the worst

Review: Le Concorde – EP

Review: Le Concorde – EP
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LE CONCORDE EP Space Kitty It is always a pleasant surprise when a CD bears a sticker telling of guest artists featured within and you ultimately realize the band sticker