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Ruth Goller

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What's Not Enough About That

Label: Vula Viel Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: My Own Skin; Bird in Kumasi; Grow; Home; What's Not Enough About That?; Forget and Forgive; More is More; Six Days in One;

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Tomato Brain

Label: Limited Noise
Released: 2020
Track listing: Loftopus, Parts 1-6; Tomato Brain.

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Steal The Light

Label: Efpi Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Wormholes; Sketch; Bells; Cosmoss; Morecambe; Los; Ghostly; The Aftermath.

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As We Stand

Label: Cadillac Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Rivers of Mind; Convolution; Polar Retreat; Out of Sight, Out of Mind; Home; Settling into the Sun; Intwination; As We Stand; Kestrel; What's in a Tune.

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Warmer Than Blood

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: Irish Handcuffs (Introduction); Irish Handcuffs; Warmer Than Blood; FTM; C Squad; Not My Usual Type; The Internet; Moira; Rendered.

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Skeleton Blush

Label: Limited Noise
Released: 2020
Track listing: World Without A Moon; Blench; No Reason; Disinter; Skeleton Blush; AAOU; AOU; Ghetto Scuba; Phosphorescent Darling; God Spat Human Blue Dance; Ladder Laden; Drip Driven; Doom; Together; Waltzer The Flyby.

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The Golden Age Of Steam: Tomato Brain

Read "Tomato Brain" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


It's been a while. The Golden Age Of Steam released debut album Raspberry Tongue (Babel Records) in 2009, the follow-up, Welcome To Bat Country (Basho Records), in 2012. Then they laid low until 2020 and the appearance of album number three, Tomato Brain. It's been worth the wait. The album's multi-layered, six-part, “Loftopus" is an atmospheric ...

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Tori Handsley: As We Stand

Read "As We Stand" reviewed by Chris May


Harpist Tori Handsley is a prominent sideperson on London's alternative jazz scene.She has worked with reed player Shabaka Hutchings, tenor saxophonist Nubya Garcia and keyboard player Nikki Yeoh among other luminaries. She is perhaps best known for her contributions to two albums by Binker and Moses, the ferocious semi-free duo led by tenor saxophonist Binker Golding ...

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Chris Montague: Warmer Than Blood

Read "Warmer Than Blood" reviewed by Chris May


Spring 2020 has produced two notable albums from British guitarists. In April we had Rob Luft's exquisite Life Is The Dancer (Edition). In May we have Chris Montague's own-name debut, Warmer Than Blood. Like Luft, Montague writes engaging tunes and both albums are engagingly melodic; Montague's arrangements, however, are more open-ended, giving the music a collective ...


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