George The-Poet – One Number – Video

In the same vein that I enjoy Linton Kwesi Johnson it is a pleasure to introduce George The-Poet from England.

George The-Poet - Photo by Alastair of Fyfe Photo

George The-Poet – Photo by Alastair of Fyfe Photo

A different space to much of what appears, but no less relevant to the website for it. One Number.

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Sonic Hearts Foundation – Afterlife – Video

Sonic Hearts Foundation, from Scotland, have featured a couple of times on the website, most recently a year ago with a review of their début EP Into Forever.

Sonic Hearts Foundation - Afterlife - artwork

Sonic Hearts Foundation – Afterlife – artwork


Whenever I hear the music, I am reminded as to why I like it so much – as industrial malaise – which speaks so much of their home-town of Glasgow – sheers through the speakers.

Their latest offering Afterlife (which is slated for official release on the 11th August) – whilst more electro-pulsing and spacious than much of the previous material, still contains that discordant thumping bass / percussion combination that hammers through the room in a reflection of the realities of the surroundings of Sonic Hearts Foundation with its anomalous life-expectancy compared to the UK average.

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Brett Gleason – Futile & Fooled – Video

Brett Gleason from the USA has been a perennial reoccurring performer over the past four years on the websites.

Brett Gleason - Futile And Fooled

Brett Gleason

The most recent video being Futile & Fooled, which is the penultimate track of the ten on his eponymous LP which came out earlier this year.

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My Glorious – Hold On – Audio

My Glorious from Austria have their latest LP Hold What We Can Hold set for release on the 15th August.

My Glorious - Hold What We Can Hold - artwork

My Glorious – Hold What We Can Hold – artwork

In the intervening four years since first being introduced My Glorious have remained constant in direction of travel, though the sound has gained in quality and complexity.

Track three of the twelve is Hold On.

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