The latest installment of the Cue Dot series finds the label stepping into murkier waters with the new Scissorgun album. Simon Tucker reviews.
First score release for the Canadian producer/Sound artist Tim Hecker finds him working in the tones of icy water.
Ash Dome is the new full-length album by Welsh artist R. Seiliog and the latest addition to the Cue Dot Records series. Simon Tucker reviews.
Shunyata is Toby Wiltshire’s chapter in the ongoing Cue Dot Records story. Simon Tucker reviews.
EDEIDA is the debut solo album by Thought Forms’ Charlie Romijn under her Silver Stairs Of Ketchikan moniker. Simon Tucker reviews.
The latest in the Cue Dot Records series sees Moth Effect (Andy Le Gresley) delve into the world of kosmische, loops and the joy of repetition. Simon Tucker reviews.
Brand new collaborative score between Gazelle Twin & Max Wardener for soon-to-be-released supernatural thriller The Power.
G_d’s Pee AT STATE’S END is the brand new long player from post-rock / experimental chamber punk outfit Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Electronic producer Clark returns with a new album released via the celebrated Deutsche Grammophon label. Simon Tucker reviews.
Matt Loveridge returns with a new album under his MXLX moniker. An album that nearly never was. Simon Tucker reviews.
The latest release from Cue Dot Records finds musician Veryan exploring feelings and associations that come with a sense of belonging.
Tenth studio album from Glasgow, Scotland’s Mogwai sees the band break new ground whilst retaining what makes them the revered band they are. Simon Tucker reviews.
Artist Sheer Zed presents an audio trip through a Thai Lanna Buddhist Sak Yant ritual. Simon Tucker reviews.
The latest release on the fledgling Cue Dot Records label finds Steve Kelly aka Manfred Hamil in a reflective yet optimistic mood.
Album number six from Sleaford Mods. Recorded in a three week burst between lockdowns, Spare Ribs continues to push the Mods sounds further forward whilst looking back. Simon Tucker reviews.