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Roots Manuva - The Arches, Glasgow

Roots Manuva - The Arches, Glasgow

Roots Manuva live at The Arches in Glasgow on October 9th 2008. It's truly an exciting evening for me as tonight I finally get to see Roots Manuva live as I've never seen them before...

Review posted on 20th October 2008

John Legend - Green Light Karmatronic Remixes

John Legend - Green Light Karmatronic Remixes

Single Review of Green Light, (Karmatronic Remixes) by John Legend John Legend is about to release his third solo album 'Evolver' on Columbia and due to his continuing success is certainly attracting attention. The first...

Review posted on 15th October 2008

Innerpartysystem - Innerpartysystem

Innerpartysystem - Innerpartysystem

Review of Innerpartysystem's self-titled album. Innerpartysystem release their self titled debut album. Hailing from America I could detect new metal influences and shameless 80's electro but the actual music is very much techno rock, kinda...

Review posted on 6th October 2008

Buena Vista Social Club - Buena Vista Social Club At Carnegie Hall

Buena Vista Social Club - Buena Vista Social Club At Carnegie Hall

Album review of Buena Vista Social Club's live album 'Buena Vista Social Club At Carnegie Hall'It doesn't seem long ago that we were blessed to listen and hear about the 'boys' from Cuba and the...

Review posted on 6th October 2008

SugaRush Beat Company - Self-titled

SugaRush Beat Company - Self-titled

Review of SugaRush Beat Company's self-titled album.SugaRush Beat Company release their eagerly anticipated album on RCA. Indeed the industry have been waiting for this collaboration consisting of Jaz Rogers, Rahsaan Paterson and Ida Carr. All...

Review posted on 6th October 2008

Bryn Christopher - My World

Bryn Christopher - My World

Album review of 'My World' by Bryn Christopher.Birmingham Bryn Christopher is making waves in the music industry and certainly is a talented singer. Having recently supported Amy Winehouse that you can't really ask for a...

Review posted on 6th October 2008

Flobots - Fight With Tools

Flobots - Fight With Tools

Album review of 'Flight With Tools' by Flobots.Flobots are truly an interesting bunch of innovators spawned from Denver, Colorado. Most will have heard of them due to the popular single 'Handlebars' that to the astute...

Review posted on 6th October 2008

Southport Weekender - Vol. 7

Southport Weekender - Vol. 7

Southport Weekender Vol. 7 - Mixed by Jazzanova & Mr Scruff - Album ReviewSouthport Weekender is renowned for playing cutting edge music and selecting the connoisseur's choice of classics and forgotten gem. It's a musical...

Review posted on 23rd June 2008

Southport Weekender 42nd, May 9th - 11th 2008 Festival Review

Southport Weekender 42nd, May 9th - 11th 2008 Festival Review

Southport Weekender 42nd, May 9th - 11th 2008Festival ReviewWell would you believe it May has come around again so soon and that means another Southport Weekender is on the cards. It doesn't seem two minutes...

Review posted on 20th May 2008

Various Artists, You Don't Know - Ninja Cuts Album Review

Various Artists, You Don't Know - Ninja Cuts Album Review

Various Artists Ninja Cuts - You Don't KnowAlbum ReviewNinja Tunes have been going 18 years now and they are releasing compilations to display tunes that signify where they've been and where they're going. Indeed just...

Review posted on 25th March 2008

Mary J Blige - Growing Pains

Mary J Blige - Growing Pains

Mary J BligeGrowing PainsAlbum ReviewMary J Blige releases her latest album 'Growing Pains' on Geffen Records. I guess the question is who doesn't know Mary J Blige? Indeed fans of her previous work will love...

Review posted on 25th March 2008

Ida Maria - Stella

Ida Maria - Stella

Ida Maria Stella Single Review Ida Maria, a modern day Janis Joplin, releases "Stella", an incredibly enjoyable song to listen to. It's a lingering track, a tune that you'll be humming non-sensically for hours after...

Review posted on 18th March 2008

Barry Adamson - Back To The Cat

Barry Adamson - Back To The Cat

Barry Adamson Back To The Cat Album Review Barry Adamson is well known for screen music on David Lynch films and a member of Nick Cave's The Bad Seeds. That's pretty good credentials in my...

Review posted on 17th March 2008

Cadence Weapon - Afterparty Babies

Cadence Weapon - Afterparty Babies

Cadence Weapon Afterparty Babies Album Review Cadence Weapon is a 21 year old DJ, producer and MC and when listening to 'Afterparty Babies' you have to give him credit for being talented. There's certainly originality...

Review posted on 17th March 2008

Pepe Deluxe - Forgotten Knights

Pepe Deluxe - Forgotten Knights

Pepe Deluxe Forgotten Knights EP Review 'Forgotten Knights' is a funk inspired track released on the class label Catskills Records. Pepe Deluxe are certainly talented musicians. The music is uplifting that is tightly arranged with...

Review posted on 17th March 2008

Neon Neon - I Lust U

Neon Neon - I Lust U

Neon Neon I Lust U Single Review Neon Neon is Los Angeles based producer Boom Bip and Super Furry Animals main man Gruff Rhys. 'I Lust U' features Cate Le Bon providing seductive vocals on...

Review posted on 17th March 2008

The Warehouse Project, Review

The Warehouse Project, Review

The Warehouse ProjectReviewOver the last couple of months I have been getting a bit bored with the same old clubbing in the North. It seems that I have been visiting the same places week in...

Review posted on 14th November 2007

Prefuse73 - Preparations

Prefuse73 - Preparations

Prefuse 73PreparationsAlbum ReviewGuillermo Scott Herren is Prefuse 73 who is signed to Warp Records. His fourth album as Prefuse 73 he has certainly made a name for himself as a genius producer and prolific innovator....

Review posted on 13th November 2007

Stateless - Bloodstream

Stateless - Bloodstream

StatelessBloodstreamSingle ReviewStateless are a Leeds band that have been getting encouraging press with their self entitled debut album. There's no denying they have a unique style that fuses DJ Shadow style breaks with the mood...

Review posted on 13th November 2007

Underworld - Oblivion With Bells

Underworld - Oblivion With Bells

UnderworldOblivion With BellsAlbum ReviewUnderworld are British electronic music duo Karl Hyde and Rick Smith have recorded since the late 1980s. They're back with a new album 'Oblivion With Bells'. Most will have heard of Underworld...

Review posted on 13th November 2007

Southport Weekender 41 Review

Southport Weekender 41 Review

Southport Weekender 41 Review2/3/4th Nov 2007The brilliance of Southport Weekender continues. From the momentous 40th Weekender in May SW41 continues the joyous celebrations of its 20th year of partying with some of the best cuts...

Review posted on 13th November 2007

Wiley - No Qualms

Wiley - No Qualms

WileyNo Qualms Single Review The talented UK producer and performer Wiley whose fame relates to being one of the founders of the UK grime scene. There's no doubt 'No Qualms' is original. There's so much...

Review posted on 4th October 2007

Slovo - Todo Cambia

Slovo - Todo Cambia

SlovoTodo Cambia Album Review Slovo releases a second album and after the critically acclaimed 'Nommo' you won't be disappointed with 'Todo Cambia'. Dave Randall is the man behind Slovo and you have to admire his...

Review posted on 4th October 2007

Tom Middleton - Lifetracks

Tom Middleton - Lifetracks

Tom MiddletonLifetracks Album Review It's great when music pushes along and brings out gems to realign us with progressive positive thinking. It's nice to hear music that lets us think freely with all the wonder...

Review posted on 4th October 2007

Southport Weekender 6 Album Review

Southport Weekender 6 Album Review

Southport Weekender 6Album ReviewIt comes to that time of year when Southport Weekender is just around the corner and it's fitting to have a compilation that suits the ethos and one love spirit of the...

Review posted on 17th September 2007

Bittersweet - The Remix Game

Bittersweet - The Remix Game

Bittersweet The Remix GameAlbum Review'The Remix Game' is an album of remixes from Bittersweet's album 'The Mating Game'. It certainly has an element of chill and cool vibe. The tracks are funky, soulful and have...

Review posted on 28th August 2007

The Heavy - That Kind Of Man/Coleen

The Heavy - That Kind Of Man/Coleen

The Heavy That Kind Of Man/ColeenSingle ReviewThis single is very much influenced by classic stomping heavy funk. It fact you could place it completely in the 70's. The Heavy do this very well. 'That Kind...

Review posted on 28th August 2007

DJ Series - DJ Format

DJ Series - DJ Format

Fania DJ Series DJ FormatAlbum ReviewFania DJ Series releases their second collection of tracks featuring DJ Format selecting the class cuts that are on this album. In fact the selection is primo pimp fantastic. I...

Review posted on 28th August 2007

Mexican Institute Of Sound - Pinata

Mexican Institute Of Sound - Pinata

Mexican Institute Of Sound PinataAlbum ReviewMexican Institute Of Sound release 'Pinata' on Cooking With Vinyl records. This is certainly an interesting album. The style of production and ingenuity of samples reminds me of Mr Scruff...

Review posted on 28th August 2007

Prince Fatty - Survival Of The Fattest

Prince Fatty - Survival Of The Fattest

Prince FattySurvival Of The Fattest Album ReviewI hadn't listened to Prince Fatty before and it was truly refreshing to hear 'Survival Of The Fattest'. It really captures the sounds of roots dub, reggae, lovers rock...

Review posted on 22nd August 2007

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