Michael James Hall

Slint – <I>Spiderland</I> [Remastered Box Set]

Slint – Spiderland [Remastered Box Set]

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8/10

One impeccable record, plus a host of demos, practice room recordings and lost tracks across six sides of vinyl all remastered by Shellac’s Bob Weston – if this is math rock, we’re being shown the workings.

John Sinclair – <I>Mohawk</I>

John Sinclair – Mohawk

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9/10

A ray of warming jazz sunshine that should encourage exploration in to the work of a man at the center of the underground art explosion of the 1960s.

Beaty Heart

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We catch up with the Peckham trio ahead of the release of their debut album: “a collection of rambunctious pop hymns that wrap you up in a thick pastry then cook the shit out of you”.

Introducing: Swearin’

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In the wake of the release of their latest record Surfing Strange, we caught up with Kyle Gilbride to discuss DIY aesthetics, the relevance of guitar music, and “Swearin’: The Movie”.

Dead Meadow – Warble Womb

Dead Meadow – Warble Womb

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6/10

The psychedelic rock titans’ return this time around is an occasionally wonderful, momentarily beautiful, but largely confused and confusing experience.