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Guided By Voices at The Quietus

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Guided By Voices news at The Quietus.

Cult garage rock band Guided By Voices have announced their first UK gig in over 15 years and you can stream a new track by them, ‘The Rally Boys’.
— The Quietus

Theon Cross at The Quietus

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Theon Cross - 'Panda Village' song premiere and Q&A at The Quietus.

Sons of Kemet’s Theon Cross shares a new solo track, and tells us about drawing inspiration from Kung Fu Panda.
— The Quietus

Bert Jansch at The Quietus

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Bert Jansch ‘A Simple Soul’ review at The Quietus.

From his first solo releases through his years with Pentangle and on to his equally brilliant late work – an elegant, rich compilation spanning Jansch’s whole life.
— The Quietus

The Molochs at The Quietus

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The Molochs ‘Flowers In The Spring’ album review at The Quietus

The Molochs are nonetheless a striking proposition, for two reasons: their spectacularly caustic wit; and their refined ability to chisel away at a song until it is sharp, sinewy and instantly catchy.
— The Quietus

You Are Wolf album review at The Quietus

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You Are Wolf album review at The Quietus

Clear and bright, Kerry Andrew’s captivating voice is at the forefront of You Are Wolf’s new album, Keld, airy and eerie set of watery folk songs.
— The Quietus

Soho Rezanejad album review at The Quietus

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Soho Rezanejad album review at The Quietus

Rezanejad’s vocals – a heady mix of Nico’s monotone croon, the booming and unexpected inner strength of Zola Jesus and the idiosyncratic dexterity of Kate Bush – lends an resonance that is perfectly in sync with the electronic soundscapes and silences that form the bedrock of her music.
— The Quietus

Black Angels interview on Quietus

Black Angels interview on Quietus

Guitarist Christian Bland tells Julian Marszalek why psychedelics might help change things for the better, and about being the parents of psychedelia’s live revival.
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Brian Eno review in The Quietus

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The Quietus have run a review of Brian Eno's reissues (Nerve Net / The Shutov Assembly / Neroli / The Drop).

Thankfully no algorithm can faithfully reproduce Eno’s kind of acute genius.
— The Quietus