REVIEWS

Doomjazz duo Taumel

Review: Taumel – There Is No Time To Run Away From Here

Berlin jazz/experimental quartet TAUMEL introduce themselves with a half hour journey into the void.

Musical artist Loshh Aje

Review: Loshh – Feelam

Nigerian, Netherlands-born, London-based polymath Loshh unleashes heady latin-tinged psychedelia via independent label TENNNN Records.

Review: Slump – Nothing More

West Midlands-based doom stoner rock quartet Slump release their debut double-sided single ‘Nothing More’ via Diaries of Doom.

Review: Melody Fields – Broken Horse

‘Broken Horse’ is a light, breezy trip with numerous musical layers and Eastern instruments, creating a warm yet pensive atmosphere throughout. Melody Fields take pride in blending their influences, from sunny Californian pop music, to the mysticism of the Far East, to the Nordic melancholic moods of their own heritage, into a fresh yet familiar melting pot.

Review: Vroda – Senses

Ukrainian imprint Thousand Kisses Place delivers warm ambience and intricate rhythms with debut release from newcomer Vroda.

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