First solo album in six years from The Mystic Beatle’s only offspring is a venture into gothic electronica.
“Music can heal the wounds which medicine cannot touch.” Never a truer word spoken. Live review of Ukrainian Go-A’s stunning Manchester debut.
Wonderful Beasts return with their second album following their debut LP; The Art Of Whisper, in 2020.
The latest installment of the Cue Dot series finds the label stepping into murkier waters with the new Scissorgun album. Simon Tucker reviews.
Aurora (BorealMix) is a Drew Five collaboration with the experimental artist Xqui. Together they open a sonictime portal on the tundra.
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.
Moby returns with a collection of reimagined songs from his vast and eclectic musical career; complete with a wide array of special guests.
Electronic producer Clark returns with a new album released via the celebrated Deutsche Grammophon label. 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.
Whettman Chelmets / qualchan. deliver a concise and experimental split EP. Theme∞Variations is out now digitally on cassette.
Arvo Party continues to confound us all with another 2020 release. In heritance is a brand new album and one that doesn’t compromise on quality.
Sunbane give us an album rich in quality and production. Another winner of an album from the brilliant Disintegration State.
Lyndon Scarfe releases Shorelines; the inaugural release on the newly formed Cue Dot Records. Shorelines is a well balanced work with great production.
Ulver return with another masterclass in synth based Doom Dance. The band build on their previous effort with added perfection.
Cue Dot Records launches and announces first release courtesy of Lyndon Scarfe. Shoreline will be released in September 2020.