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New Music of the Day : LXXIII – Dada For Spring Radio – Zita Swoon Group

A band who take creative inspiration from performances at Cabaret Voltaire (the venue not the band) nearly a hundred years ago are obviously the sort of band who are going to regard the equally wonderfully weird and mercurial Jezus Factory … Continue reading

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Run Back To The Safety of Town – Benny Zen and the Syphilis Madmen

I always look forward to the little packages of CD’s that I am sent from Jezus Factory Records, they tend to be amongst the most challenging things I get to write about. Their admirable mission seems to be to bring … Continue reading

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Drunkaleidoscope – Sukilove (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

  Like pretty much all of the music that emanates from the Jezus Factory roster, Sukilove are a band that defy easy labeling. You might try putting them into the pop pigeon hole but would then have to qualify it … Continue reading

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Rubies and Ruffians – Strumpets (Jezus Factory)

Considering the musical endeavors the various members of Strumpets have on their musical CV (The Parallels, iH8 Camera and close connections to the heart of the Antwerp experimental cutting edge) Rubies and Ruffians is probably not what you expect it … Continue reading

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