In Review: NITE FIELDS – DEPERSONALISATION (felte, 2015)

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Nite Fields create music for those who prefer to shun daylight; those who brood on their own misery until night, hoping for a glimpse of the moon. Depersonalisation is an ethereal record, one that features benzo-laden, dreamy guitar gaze, overlaying softly pattering drums and delicate synth work – the perfect album for night-time wandering.

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In Review: LIAM KENNY – A KENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS (it RECORDS, 2014)

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A Kenny For Your Thoughts is a great album that showcases a musician/visionary and a producer/architect working together to turn leaves, shake foundations and build old monuments up anew.This solo-not-solo record contains classic songs reinterpreted for the strident underground.

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Musical endeavour – in depth. Underground music from Australia and New Zealand. Contact: weirdowasteland (at) gmail.com