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Michael Reilly

  1. Tanunda, Australia
  2. Rock
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  1. No Conflict
    by Coldwave
    appears in 1 other collection
  2. Hum of the mettle
    by Jen Lush
  3. Wasteland Guide III
    by City of the Lost
  4. Wasteland Guide IV
    by City of the Lost
  5. Spacewalk
    by City of the Lost
    A nice revision of this early track, adding much greater depth and power to the original, less dynamic mix. City of the Lost continue to create great instrumentals; moody and often aggressive – just what I like to hear!
  6. Say Nothing EP
    by dreamcoaster
  7. Purple Haus
    by Bear the Mammoth
  8. De Facto
    by Lorelle Meets The Obsolete
    Líneas En Hojas Líneas En Hojas
    Unique and often mysteriously intriguing, the sounds of LMTO are captivating in their stark beauty and sonic strength. This album is full of ideas and disparate elements merging into atmospheric bliss. Enthralling!
  9. Live in London
    by Lorelle Meets The Obsolete
    Sealed Scene Sealed Scene
    A gritty and quite vigorous set that captures a fine performance of highly arresting music. These songs possess considerable depth and increased dynamics when played in a live setting – great to hear this show.
  10. Album: Stations (2022)
    by Cydonia
    Union of Souls Union of Souls
    Exciting and full of a delightful range of sounds, Stations is a fine addition to the prog-rock genre. The two live tracks are very nicely recorded, and neatly match the impressive studio recordings for both overall scope and polish.
  11. You Never Know
    by Flyying Colours
    Hit The Road Hit The Road
    Super album full of many quality tracks, written and performed with more of a 'pop' style than on previous releases. I like the easy sounds and the upbeat attitude to be found here – these songs impress from the first listen.
  12. Same Window, Different House
    by Coldwave
    Buster Buster
    Coldwave have crafted an impressive sound – one that immediately grabbed my attention the first time I heard 'Buster'. Energy, drama and depth are within each track here, building momentum like a summer storm.
  13. Painting of My Time
    by Floodlights
    Wide Open Land Wide Open Land
    Superb album from Floodlights – could easily list every track as a favourite! These compositions are heavy with melody and storytelling, built on a solid framework of voice, instrument and thoughtful inspiration. They've certainly arrived as an important act with something more than worthwhile to share.
  14. Cosmos Unfolding
    by Siddhartha Barnhoorn & Robert Logan
    Expansion Sequence Expansion Sequence
    The cascading sounds of this ambient album offer a window to our universe – deeply welcoming and often mysterious, they connect us to what is mostly unknown. A soundtrack for all curious intergalactic visitors.
  15. We salute you, you and you!
    by EF
    Wolves, obey! Wolves, obey!
    A solid album of emotional compositions, it's great to finally hear something new from a band that has previously delivered so much of merit. Varied and often uplifting, EF maintain their high standards on this release.
  16. Odesa
    by Oskar Schuster
    Mariupol Mariupol
    I think this is already my favourite of Oskar's albums, as the inclusion of new instruments adds so much to these melodies. Joy and sadness mix like a perfect pair here, producing many fine, nicely arranged tunes.
  17. FOOT
    by Foot
    Gunning For Your Heart Gunning For Your Heart
    A bright beginning from FOOT with these six tracks, mixing gritty stoner rock with with psych/desert sounds. Their compositions and playing intensity creates a great mood, assisted by heavy washes of fuzz.
  18. Wasteland Guide
    by City of the Lost
    Event Horizon Event Horizon
    Sometimes soothing, often stirring, CotL's instrumentals cover a lot of sonic diversity, building momentum with pleasurable ease. Every track on this release delivers something a little different, adding further style and mood to the mix.
  19. Wasteland Guide II
    by City of the Lost
    Streams and Flows Streams and Flows
    There's good energy within these songs, with passages mixing melodic guitars and driving percussion to great effect. Fast and slow shifts also excite by altering the tone in new directions, adding different emotions. Solid stuff.
  20. Sun Spar
    by Ulaan Passerine
    Honeycomb Honeycomb
    Unhurried, quiet soundscapes with dynamic texture, these songs possess great character and warmth. A very enjoyable release for those who favour mature instrumental music.