Reviewed

Reviewed

Cover of the Graham Fellows album 'Weird Town' with a photo of him recreating the pose of a Victorian looking figure drawn on a off white brick wall

That’s my kind of town. Weird Town by Graham Fellows

The cover of the everything, all at once, forever album 'interference' consisting of a 8 by 8 grid of 'lo-fi' photographs

Shorter than Hamlet but longer than King Lear, this release…

The cover of the AF Harrold album 'Most Things Never Happen' of colourful geometric shapes in a 1950s style

Many may cast doubt on the efficacy of a review…

The male and female duo Alpaca Sports drawn in a cartoon, but realistic style, as children on the beach listening to the sound of sea shells held to their ears. A mult-coloured striped beach umbrella is behind them a little dog in front.

Contrary to personal experience Alpaca Sports are not needed the…

One small step for Peer, one giant leap for Peerkind….

Cover drawing from the album Manic Sheep by the band manic Sheep showing a cutaway of a pregnant sheep

Careful everyone, keep close together & watch out for the…

Cover of the Everything, All At Once, Forever Album Phonlogical Loop from Bandcamp

All the hits and more! > 8738177640. phonological loop by…

Cover of the Air Station album Dix

DIX, or 509, was the year Chlodoric King of the…

Cover of the compilation Indietracks 2014 - hand of a crowd waving in the air - mainly grey with splashes of colour

Amongst the very best Indietracks compilations released in 2014. Indietracks…

The cover of the Professor Elemental album A Platter Of Platapusses which finds the professor floating in a tea cup on the ocean as are several of the characters from his songs

I have many LPs and this is one of them….

Cover of the Peer album Galaktiak which is a detail from a French postcade from the turn of the 20th Century imagining life in the future, in this case opera goers arriving by flying machine

Has a considerably more satisfying ending than the TV series….

Cover of the fifth volume of her Swan Song series of releases. The painting "Cover Up" by Sue McNally is fairly abstract portrait of a person.

There was a woman in Boston Who didn’t release songs…