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Honeyroot - The Sun Will Come

Honeyroot - The Sun Will Come

HoneyrootThe Sun Will Come Album ReviewHoneyroot release their new album 'The Sun Will Come' on Just Records. Glen Gregory, front man of Heaven 17, and Keith Lowndes, former ABC member, comprises Honeyroot that create a...

Review posted on 22nd August 2007

ninja tune - This Is The Thing

ninja tune - This Is The Thing

FinkThis Is The Thing Single ReviewAcclaimed Fink made head turns with his last album 'Biscuits For Breakfast' that captured deep soul and great song writing with broody blues and progressive thinking. Ninja Tunes have obviously...

Review posted on 22nd August 2007

Various Artists - Vintage Grooves, FUNK Volume 1

Various Artists - Vintage Grooves, FUNK Volume 1

Vintage GroovesFUNK Volume 1Album ReviewIt's nice to see the spirit of funk is still alive and well with the lovers of classic dancefloor tracks. Vintage Grooves very much seems to be in the spirit of...

Review posted on 21st August 2007

Norman Jay - Good Times 7

Norman Jay - Good Times 7

Norman Jay MBEGood Times 7 Album ReviewIt's that time of year again! The summer is drawing to a close and on Bank Holiday Weekend West London hosts the world class celebration of Caribbean culture that...

Review posted on 15th August 2007

Stateless - Stateless

Stateless - Stateless

Stateless Stateless Album Review Leeds continues to produce quality bands and Stateless are no exception. They have an interesting background having been dropped from a major label to then be resigned by K7 records shows...

Review posted on 12th July 2007

Freestylers - Adventures In Freestyle

Freestylers - Adventures In Freestyle

Freestylers Adventures In FreestyleAlbum ReviewThe Freestylers are back with another new album. The Freestylers are underground champions of pounding, bass pumping breakbeat. There industrial sound captured the hearts of the street dwellers of breakdance and...

Review posted on 3rd July 2007

Lady Sovereign - Public Warning

Lady Sovereign - Public Warning

Lady SovereignPublic WarningAlbum ReviewLady Sovereign is the UK's upcoming female grime star. She's certainly causing a stir with her upfront, original style and creating an underground following in America. It's certainly testament to her that...

Review posted on 3rd July 2007

ne yo - Because of you

ne yo - Because of you

Ne-YoBecause of youAlbum reviewNe-Yo returns with his sophomore project entitled "Because of You" (The title being an ode to his adoring fans) and what a cracker it is! The album opens with the title track...

Review posted on 22nd May 2007

Southport Weekender - 40th anniversary, 11th to 13th May 2007

Southport Weekender - 40th anniversary, 11th to 13th May 2007

Southport Weekender40th anniversary11th - 13th May 2007Southport Weekender has been dancing now for twenty years and the 40th weekender was always going to be a treat. Southport Weekender represents the epitome of one love musical...

Review posted on 18th May 2007

Mint Royale - Pop is.

Mint Royale - Pop is.

Mint RoyalePop is.Album ReviewIt's always nice to get a collection of tracks that have a feel good factor and keep you locked into the mood of the times. Mint Royale have certainly created an album...

Review posted on 11th April 2007

Ed Solo & Skool Of Thought - Babylon Breaks / Believe In The Funk

Ed Solo & Skool Of Thought - Babylon Breaks / Believe In The Funk

Ed Solo & Skool Of Thought Babylon Breaks / Believe In The FunkSingle ReviewThese Brighton boys are on to a good thing. Anyone using a sample of King Tubby is doing well especially when you're...

Review posted on 11th April 2007

Scratch Perverts - Watch The Ride

Scratch Perverts - Watch The Ride

Scratch PervertsWatch The RideSingle ReviewScratch Perverts are in the big league these days. Their DJ set always rock the house combining such a range of contemporary tunes from electro to hip hop, grime to d&b,...

Review posted on 11th April 2007

Just Jack - Glory Days

Just Jack - Glory Days

Just Jack Glory DaysAlbum ReviewI was weary about listening to this album due to the single 'Starz In Their Eyes' that was constantly promoted on national radio that I felt was slightly unjustified. I could...

Review posted on 11th April 2007

Freestylers - Electrified

Freestylers - Electrified

FreestylersElectrifiedSingle ReviewMatt Cantor and Aston Harvey aka Freestylers have been pushing the underground music scene for some time. They've captured the essence of the progressive urban dweller. When breakdance came back and hip hop went...

Review posted on 11th April 2007

Basement Jaxx - Take Me Back To Your House

Basement Jaxx - Take Me Back To Your House

Basement JaxxTake Me Back To Your HouseSingle ReviewBasement Jaxx are certainly pioneers in the sphere of dance progressive music. Not afraid to push the boundaries and try new things this outfit have made a name...

Review posted on 2nd January 2007

Amy Winehouse - You Know I'm No Good

Amy Winehouse - You Know I'm No Good

Amy Winehouse You Know I'm No GoodSingle ReviewAmy Winehouse made quite a name for herself with her quality jazz voice and challenging vocals. She's back with the same open and honest appraisal of life and...

Review posted on 2nd January 2007

Sia - Pictures

Sia - Pictures

SiaPicturesSingle ReviewSia returns with a new single 'Pictures'. Sia still continues to sing for Zero7 where she made a name for herself but rightly deserves acclaim in her own right for her solo efforts. Indeed...

Review posted on 2nd January 2007

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4 Hero - Play With The Changes

4 Hero - Play With The Changes

4 Hero Play With The ChangesAlbum ReviewI'm not gonna lie I'm a big fan of 4Hero as this London outfit certainly have the minerals to create brilliantly positive and infectious music. They can't be classed...

Review posted on 2nd January 2007

Gnarls Barkley - Who Cares?

Gnarls Barkley - Who Cares?

Gnarls Barkley Who Cares?Single ReviewThe amazing voice of Gnarls Barkley and super producer Danger Mouse are back with a new single 'Who Cares?' These boys are pretty much at the forefront of the music industry...

Review posted on 2nd January 2007

Kraftykuts - Freakshow

Kraftykuts - Freakshow

Krafty kuts FreakshowAlbum ReviewKrafty kuts aka Martin Reeves releases his first debut album 'Freakshow' on Against The Grain Recordings. This is quite surprising considering the amount of acclaim and times seen on the DJ scene...

Review posted on 2nd January 2007

Jay Z - Kingdom Come

Jay Z - Kingdom Come

Jay ZKingdom ComeAlbum Review'The Black Album' was supposed to be Jay Z's last release and that album certainly propelled Jay Z into the stratosphere of musical history. Well he couldn't get enough and 'Kingdom Come'...

Review posted on 30th November 2006

Amp Fiddler - Afro Strut

Amp Fiddler - Afro Strut

Amp FiddlerAfro StrutAlbum ReviewJoseph 'Amp' Fiddler released 'Waltz Of A Ghetto Fly' in 2004 to critical acclaim. He's been well groomed having worked with Prince and George Clinton to name a few. He has his...

Review posted on 4th September 2006

New Flesh - Universally Dirty

New Flesh - Universally Dirty

New FleshUniversally DirtyAlbum ReviewUK outfit New Flesh have been in the hip hop game for a long time. They're back with 'Universally Dirty' a true reflection of UK urban music. New production sounds and techniques...

Review posted on 4th September 2006

Zero 7 - You're My Flame

Zero 7 - You're My Flame

Zero 7You're My FlameSingle ReviewZero 7 are back with a new album 'The Garden' and release 'You're My Flame' featuring Sia. Sia has always worked well with Zero 7. Her unique voice is perfect for...

Review posted on 1st August 2006

Plan B - Mama (Loves A Crackhead)

Plan B - Mama (Loves A Crackhead)

Plan BMama (Loves A Crackhead)Single ReviewMost will have heard of Plan B or will do soon as the music industry is certainly getting behind him. Plan B is a London rapper who innovatively uses acoustic...

Review posted on 1st August 2006

Krust - Hidden Knowledge

Krust - Hidden Knowledge

KrustHidden KnowledgeAlbum ReviewKrust is back in fine form still representing the Bristol Massif and showing how to make drum & bass music. Krust is from the Roni Size stable and fans of him will not...

Review posted on 1st August 2006

Tool - 10,000 Days

Tool - 10,000 Days

Tool10,000 DaysAlbum ReviewTool are quite an enigma. I remember first stumbling across Tool through an enthusiastic fan who couldn't get enough. I had to check it out. I was greatly impressed with 'Enima' and even...

Review posted on 13th June 2006

2020 Soundsystem - Live at The Cockpit, Leeds

2020 Soundsystem - Live at The Cockpit, Leeds

2020 Soundsystem Live at The Cockpit, Leeds, 11th May 2006This is a big night for the 2020 Soundsystem playing in Ralph Lawson's home town of Leeds. 2020 Soundsystem have been spending three years to get...

Review posted on 23rd May 2006

2020 Soundsystem - No Order

2020 Soundsystem - No Order

2020 SoundsystemNo OrderAlbum ReviewRalph Lawson is a legendary figure in the dance scene. Spawned from the legendary Back to Basics club night in Leeds, Ralph has championed electro-house music by first being a DJ and...

Review posted on 22nd May 2006

Putumayo Recordings - Paris

Putumayo Recordings - Paris

ParisAlbum Review Highlighting artists from the Nouvelle Scene (New Scene), Paris features modern takes on classic French chanson.Leafy boulevards, café culture and a passion for la bonne vie have always driven French society. Now Putumayo...

Review posted on 8th May 2006

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Album Of The Week: The 45th Anniversary of 'Low' By David Bowie

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