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Monthly Archives: December 2011


4 December 2011 |

Tony Crombie, who died in 1999, was a successful English jazz pianist and composer who was also one of the finest jazz drummers and bandleaders. His influence on the British jazz scene was for six decades. He performed with … Read More

Dustin Wong announces new album

4 December 2011 |

Dreams Say, View, Create, Shadow Leads due out on 20th February!

Dustin Wong is set to unleash his second solo album – Dreams Say, View, Create, Shadow Leads – on 20th February 2012. The former Ponytail guitarist takes listeners … Read More

Buzz Human – Powersolo

4 December 2011 |

Boasting 15 tracks in under 45 minutes, Buzz Human’s ‘Powersolo’ attempts to plug into the scuzzy voodoo groove of rock n roll in its primal state, with varying degrees of success.

The opening spoken-word intro is frankly a little … Read More

Exit_International – Black Junk

4 December 2011 |

I am sure you all know what to expect by now: Exit_International’s music is as insane, loud and potentially damaging as attempting to hold Sonisphere on a neutron star. Their live shows have never failed to leave myself and … Read More

RONNIE ROSS QUINTET – Stompin’ With The Ronnie Ross Quintet

4 December 2011 |

Ronnie Ross was a great jazz baritone saxophonist. He was a tutor for David Bowie, soloist on the Lou Reed song Walk on the Wild Side and soloist on several Matt Bianco albums.

His quintet comprised: Ronnie Ross (alto … Read More

Dan Mangan – Oh Fortune

4 December 2011 |

Dan Mangan describes his music as alt-folk, however “Oh Fortune” is a far cry from the typical acoustic format that so many artists in this genre stick to. This is the third album by the Canadian singer-songwriter who despite … Read More

Heaven – Rebecca Ferguson

4 December 2011 |

You would be forgiven for overlooking Liverpool singer Rebecca Ferguson after the market has become saturated with X Factor 2011 alumni including- One Direction, Cher Lloyd and eventual winner Matt Cardle. However, of this bunch Fergusons debut album “Heaven” … Read More

The Leisure Society pop-up session online

4 December 2011 |

A few weeks ago, The Leisure Society performed an intimate set for and HP at Tamesis Dock.

The band’s pop-up session is online now! As well as being able to watch their set, the band chatted to … Read More

Thee Attacks – That’s Mister Attack To You

4 December 2011 |

Let me ask you a simple question concerning European Garage Rock bands with a fetish for forty year old riffs, caveman drumming and frontmen who mix the preening of Jagger with the screams of Iggy Pop, with attempts at … Read More

Ex Norwegian – Sketch

4 December 2011 |

It’s odd what an opening track can do. As the first taste of an album one knows nothing about it’s invaluable that a band makes the right choice or it can taint the whole album for the listener. Have … Read More