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XYZ Magazine review Thriftworks ‘Fade!’

“Tantalising and surprising, it’s an addictive collection that leaves you feeling like you’re floating in a pool in the dead of night.” LINK

Producer Dara Smith may be better known as one half of Lakker. His debut solo EP, under the moniker Arad, is out soon on Speedy J’s Electric Deluxe Label. First track, ‘Basswave,’ has the kind of fast, dull, repetitive bass line that you will want to speed up, just to

The South coast of England has spawned a few great techno DJs and producers over years. One of their biggest unsung heroes is Simon Heartfield. In the techno game since the early 90s, people in the know have long pioneered his tracks, with past releases found in the records boxes

NME awards Brendan Benson’s “You Were Right” 6/10, calling it “A dependably enjoyable set of bulky, countrified rock songs….pretty much fulfils all the criteria for being a successful radio rock record.”   Read More

Words For Music gives We Cut Corners’ single “Best Friend” a great 8/10. “The riff initially is very simple as it skips between two chords, and reminding of a good old fashioned rock and roll song… The slithery lyrics seep out of the song effortlessly, and they sound genuine and real.”

Ben Walton of Contact Music gives a glowing review of We Cut Corners’ new album “Think Nothing,” scoring it a 4.5/5. “Think Nothing’ is one of those rare albums that you can discover again and again. This is album of the year type stuff.” Read here

UNCUT awards an outstanding 8/10 for Brendan Benson’s 6th studio album “You Were Right.” “Another modest triumph by the underrated songwriter…” Read here

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