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Daily Archives: 9 October 2011

Xeno & Oaklander – Sets & Lights

9 October 2011 |

Xeno & Oaklander unveil an album which is a little work of art. The use of technology in their music is not a mere exercise, but it fully belongs to the creative process and enhances the beauty of the … Read More

A Tribute to Bert Jansch

9 October 2011 |

“I’m Bert” said this modest, quiet and gentle man as he began a hypnotic performance to an audience at the New Theatre, Oxford. Bert Jansch never searched for celebrity. As his wife Loren said recently, he was “not one … Read More

HIATUS + SHURA – Fortunes Fool

9 October 2011 |

Fortune’s Fool, the EP, is the first combined work of electronica producer Hiatus (Cyrus Shahard) and talented singer-songwriter Shura (Aleksandra Denton). The first tracks released from the EP, Fortune’s Fool and River, will be released on the 10th October, … Read More

Neon Indian – Era Extrana

9 October 2011 |

Two years after the magnificent Psychic Chasms, Alan Palomo, aka Neon Indian, is back with another mindblowing sonic experience.

As every other sophomore album with such high expectations, Era Extrana needs a repeated and extensive listening in order to … Read More

Alex Clare – Up All Night

9 October 2011 |

25 years, a great passion for soul and dancehall, and a pure talent for crossing different genres, including dubstep and rock’n’roll. Put this talent in the hands of Diplo and Switch and you’ll have Alex Clare.

 

After The … Read More

Mira Black – I Remember Love

9 October 2011 |

I Remember Love is the debut single by Mira Black, a woman with a quite diverse musical past (first dabbled with folk with touring band Acoustically Inclined, then moved on to jazz for the release of her own “Live … Read More

Lisa Hannigan – Passenger

9 October 2011 |

Listening to this record prompted me to try and trace back my first exposure to Irish folktress Lisa Hannigan. It wasn’t too hard to figure out: 2006, Abbey Road studios, duet with Damien Rice on his superb 9 Crimes. (Just … Read More