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Tracy Chapman - Our Bright Future

Tracy Chapman - Our Bright Future

Review of Tracy Chapman's album Our Bright Future.Tracy Chapman the four time Grammy award winning artist is back with a new album 'Our Bright Future' and indeed she can be proud to add this...

Review posted on 23rd December 2008

Josephine Oniyama - In The Labyrinth

Josephine Oniyama - In The Labyrinth

Review of Josephine Oniyama's EP 'In The Labyrinth'When I first heard tracks from 'In The Labyrinth' I truly thought this talented lass was from America. It's clear there's many American influences here like Joni Mitchell...

Review posted on 23rd December 2008

Little Boots - Meddle

Little Boots - Meddle

Review of Little Boots single Meddle.Little Boots is Victoria Hesketh from Blackpool, until recently, she was the lead singer for the band Dead Disco, not bandless she's doing everything from piano to moog, to laptop...

Review posted on 23rd December 2008

The Warehouse Project - Manchester, The Metropolis Birthday

The Warehouse Project - Manchester, The Metropolis Birthday

Review of The Metropolis Birthday at The Warehouse Project, Manchester on 5th Dec 08.So I finally make it to The Warehouse Project at the venue beneath Piccadilly train station in Manchester. The first location in...

Review posted on 11th December 2008

Fat Freddys Drop - Pull The Catch

Fat Freddys Drop - Pull The Catch

Review of Fat Freddy’s Drop’s single ‘Pull The Catch’Yippee Fat Freddys Drop are back!! If you haven’t heard of this seven piece progressive dub reggae band from New Zealand then you’re missing out. These guys...

Review posted on 3rd December 2008

Santogold - Say Aha

Santogold - Say Aha

Say Aha single review from Santogold. Santogold is certainly a cool chick playing uncompromising music. Hailing from Brooklyn and with a past history of working with big name rap and r’n’b stars she certainly is...

Review posted on 3rd December 2008

Stars and Sons - In The Ocean

Stars and Sons - In The Ocean

In The Ocean single review from Stars and Sons. Stars and Sons created by Mike Lord and influenced by bands such as The Flaming Lips and Ben Folds Five release ‘In The Ocean’. It has...

Review posted on 3rd December 2008

M83 - We Own The Sky

M83 - We Own The Sky

Review of M83’s single We Own The Sky.M83 aka Anthony Gonzalez hailing from France has created an 80’s sounding track with ‘We Own The Sky’ very much in the vein of Cocteau Twins. It has...

Review posted on 3rd December 2008

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Dan Black - Yours

Dan Black - Yours

Review of Dan Black’s single ‘Yours’Dan Black releases ‘Yours’ on A&M. Black received praise for his version of Notorious B.I.G ‘Hypntz’ to acclaim. I like this track. It’s pretty edgy with his angst delivery and...

Review posted on 3rd December 2008

Tracy Chapman - Sing For You

Tracy Chapman - Sing For You

Review of Tracy Chapman's single 'Sing For You' - There's no denying Tracy Chapman is a great song writer and has a unique and wonderful voice. Hearing 'Sing For You' reminds you how soulful and...

Review posted on 1st December 2008

Envy - Friday Night

Envy - Friday Night

Friday Night single review from Envy.UK Grime has become popular certainly from the success of Dizzee Rascal. Female emcees have been on it as well like Lady Sovereign who has done well in America. Envy...

Review posted on 1st December 2008

Violet - The Art Of Kissing

Violet - The Art Of Kissing

Review of The Art Of Kissing EP from Violet. Violet are another cool outfit from the Ninja Tune stable. Their blend of uber cool sweet female vocals with interesting drum rhythms create a real atmosphere...

Review posted on 1st December 2008

Filthy Dukes - Tupac Robot Club Rock

Filthy Dukes - Tupac Robot Club Rock

Review of Filthy Dukes' single 'Tupac Robot Club Rock'.London outfit Filthy Dukes have their finger on the pulse of current electro live music and they release their single 'Tupac Robot Club Rock' from their forthcoming...

Review posted on 1st December 2008

Justice - A Cross The Universe

Justice - A Cross The Universe

Review of Justices' album A Cross The UniverseFrench duo Justice have received much acclaim with their Grammy nominated first album released on Ed Banger Records. Justice following from their peers Daft Punk have created an...

Review posted on 1st December 2008

Southport Weekender - November 7/8/9th 2008

Southport Weekender - November 7/8/9th 2008

South Port Weekender (number 43) live review that took place on November 7th, 8th and 9th 2008. Well would you believe it that Southport Weekender is upon us again and it’s amazing how quickly time...

Review posted on 17th November 2008

Jon Redfern - What Else But Love?

Jon Redfern - What Else But Love?

Jon Redfern 'What Else But Love?' album review by Tareck Ghoneim.Jon Redfern releases 'What Else But Love?' on Reveal Records. It falls into that chilled out country, folk, acoustic sound that is soothing on the...

Review posted on 11th November 2008

It’s A Buffalo - Marbles

It’s A Buffalo - Marbles

'Marbles' and 'Belt Me In The Back' double A side single reviewed from It's A Buffalo.It's A Buffalo are a Manchester outfit with an album coming out in 2009. Indeed in the spirit of The...

Review posted on 11th November 2008

Buraka Som Sistema - Black Diamond

Buraka Som Sistema - Black Diamond

Read Buraka Som Sistema Black Diamond album review. Buraka Som Sistema originate from Portugal and may be recognised from their single 'Yah' that was released in 2006. Indeed 'Black Diamond' is truly progressive music. In...

Review posted on 11th November 2008

Nitin Sawhney - London Undersound

Nitin Sawhney - London Undersound

London Undersound album review from Nitin Sawhney released through Cooking Vinyl. Nitin Sawhney returns with another great album to add to his very successful and colourful career. Indeed 'London Undersound' released on Cooking Vinyl shows...

Review posted on 11th November 2008

Sway - The Signature LP

Sway - The Signature LP

The Signature LP album by Sway reviewedSway is back with a new album 'The Signature LP' released on Dcypha Productions. With all the success and recognition of his first album 'This Is My Demo' receiving...

Review posted on 11th November 2008

Mr Scruff - Ninja Tuna

Mr Scruff - Ninja Tuna

Album review of Ninja Tuna by Mr Scruff released through Ninja Tunes. The unrelenting Mr Scruff is back and it's not like he's been missing for long. With various collaborations and great gigs he's played...

Review posted on 11th November 2008

Natty - Man Like I

Natty - Man Like I

Album Review for 'Man Like I' by Natty. Natty is a UK Rasta who influences span from reggae to folk, to soul and hip hop consciousness. It makes for a really good blend of contemporary...

Review posted on 11th November 2008

Catskills Records - Catskills Catskills 1st XI

Catskills Records - Catskills Catskills 1st XI

Album review of Catskills 1st XI compilation.The Catskills crew are a cool collective from London/Brighton who's captured some very upfront and progressive artists and created a cutting edge label. There's always good artists and tracks...

Review posted on 28th October 2008

Matthew Herbert - There's Me And Then There's You

Matthew Herbert - There's Me And Then There's You

Album review of There's Me And Then There's You by Matthew Herbert Big BandMatthew Herbert is certainly well known in the world of dance music. An electronic music pioneer who's used sampling to maximum effect....

Review posted on 28th October 2008

Grace Jones - Hurricane

Grace Jones - Hurricane

Album review of Hurricane by Grace Jones.Would you believe it Grace Jones is back! After 19 years in the wilderness she's back with a new album 'Hurricane' released by Wall Of Sound. People aware of...

Review posted on 28th October 2008

Frankmusik - 3 Little Words

Frankmusik - 3 Little Words

EP review of 3 Little Words by Frankmusik.Vincent Frankmusik releases his first single '3 Little Words' on Island. It's a feel good single that even though I think I should loath it can't help but...

Review posted on 28th October 2008

The King Blues - Save The World - Get The Girl

The King Blues - Save The World - Get The Girl

Album review of Save The World - Get The GirlThe King Blues hailing from London release their new album 'Save The World - Get The Girl' on Field Recordings. Indeed being youthful musicians from London...

Review posted on 28th October 2008

Spank Rock - Bangers And Cash

Spank Rock - Bangers And Cash

Single review of Bangers And Cash by Spank Rock & Benny Blanco.Spank Rock (aka Naeem Juwan) has teamed up with Benny Blanco to produce 'Bangers And Cash'. It's certainly not for the faint hearted. Inspired...

Review posted on 28th October 2008

Sly & Robbie - Inspiration Information

Sly & Robbie - Inspiration Information

Album review of Inspiration Information by Sly & Robbie featuring Amp Fiddler.Inspiration Information is a collaboration based recording project and is creating a unique situation bringing classic acts together with current inspiring artists to jam...

Review posted on 28th October 2008

Roots Manuva - Let The Spirit

Roots Manuva - Let The Spirit

Single review of Let The Spirit by Roots Manuva.Roots Manuva has had a lot of great singles. Each displaying quality, originality and the depth of the underground. Roots Manuva's latest track is 'Let The Spirit'...

Review posted on 28th October 2008

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

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On the 14th January 1977 David Bowie surprised everyone yet again with one of his most extraordinary records when he released his 11th studio album,...

Upcoming Releases: Check out our five favourite new albums due for release in January

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As 2022 begins and New Year's resolutions are made, and just as quickly broken, the first batch of eagerly awaited new musical releases are set to...

Atom Eyes talk to us about fusing genres, avoiding cliches, collaborating with Thom Yorke and the potential to be found in the recycling bin [EXCLUSIV

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Having just released their feel good, and irresistibly funky - "guaranteed winter blues killer", Roll The Dice, Edinburgh's Atom Eyes are seeing out...

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GARGALO talks to us about being an early years teacher, collaborating with Ed Droste from Grizzly Bear and starting from scratch again. [EXCLUSIVE]

GARGALO talks to us about being an early years teacher, collaborating with Ed Droste from Grizzly Bear and starting from scratch again. [EXCLUSIVE]

When he's not focused on his on-line tuition, or stuck in the back of his brothers van mixing his latest compositions, GARGALO (Bruno G. Roth) is to...

Upcoming Releases: Our Favourite Five New Albums Due Out In November 202130

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As the days get progressively colder and shorter November ushers in celebrations of light, gunpowder and treason as well as bringing with it some...

October 2021 Favourites: As Autumn arrived it was most definitely time to 'Prioritise Pleasure' and follow 'The Path Of The Clouds'

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