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katje Janisch

Sneaking in this one by way of a best wishes to Katje Janisch, who if I read the quickly appearing / disappearing notifications on our phone earlier today, is celebrating her birthday today. Anyhow as said, a very quick heads … Continue reading

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my north eye

Latest from Reverb Worship, out tomorrow in fact, difficult third album from Rouen based duo My North Eye. Entitled ‘(my) North Eye’ I must admit, if memory serves me right, it’s the first time I’ve had the pleasure of these … Continue reading

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moonbloom

Many thanks to (Wayne J. Tirone) Moonbloom for gently guiding us in the general direction of a Reverb Worship issue that we somehow managed to overlook on its dispatch last month. Now I’m wondering if this is the same Moonbloom … Continue reading

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swallow the rat

I know you are all going to start thinking, what the hell’s he on about, but is it just me or is there a fair amount of, what can we call it, whooshing sounds adoring the opening track here. Maybe … Continue reading

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kitchen cynics

Staying with reverb worship for something that thus far has managed to sneak beneath our radar, this is the Kitchen Cynics with a track from their limited press ‘our flimsy craft’ CD entitled ‘Rosemary and her Burdens’ which as someone … Continue reading

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Merle Bardenoir & Tertön

Here’s something a little special available on limited press from the Reverb Worship folk from Merle Bardenoir & Tertön. A 5 track gathering of what’s described by the label as ‘French neo folk’, both mysterious and somewhat deceptive in so … Continue reading

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premo hannert family

Back with Reverb Worship who along with its sister label sleep FUSE are knocking out releases at such a ridiculous rate that we could conceivably run extended weekly updates (fear not Violet Nox – additional mentions are coming). Anyhow, Roger … Continue reading

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karen zanes

As wonderful as anything previously released by the esteemed Reverb Worship, beautifully understated and gentle, a spectral vision shimmering in slow motion whilst purring delicately to the faintest of pulses. At once angelic, homely, demurring and dreamy its daintily dinked … Continue reading

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ashtoreth and grey malkin

Reverb worship celebrate their 400th release with a slice of darkening awesomeness that finds Ashtoreth paired with the Hare and the Moon’s Grey Malkin for ‘pilgrim’. One of those don’t look behind you releases, an impenetrable terror-phonic titan gloomed and … Continue reading

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the heartwood institute

there’s a strictly limited 3-inch CD pressing of this one through Reverb Worship, an edition of 50 only which we suggest you do your level best to nab for yourself. Now you don’t me telling you that we here have … Continue reading

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