The Daughters frontman offers haunting industrial experimentation.
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Russian Circles on Blood Year, writing heavier material, and how they may shake things up going forward.
The Californian singer songwriter strips back her sound to create an engagingly spiritual and celestial album.
The acclaimed instrumental three piece return with their most aggressive and direct offering yet.
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Ionna Gika’s debut solo album impresses with mournful musings on familial grief and romantic dissolution.