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Daily Archives: 18 February 2013

DOMENICO – Cine Prive

18 February 2013 |

Rio singer, songwriter and guitarist Domenico combines samba, indie rock and Latin jazz to create film music that supports visual scenes. He’s the son of legendary samba artist Ivor Lancellotti .

His debut solo album Cine Prive (Private Cinema) … Read More


18 February 2013 |

New Yorker Joe Driscoll and West African star Sekou Kouyate are a potent blend of folk, blues, rock, reggae, hip-hop and afro beat. Both critically acclaimed, they sing in English and Sousou respectively.

Sekou Kouyate, a Ghanaian musician, is … Read More

MIKE DOUGHTY – The Flip Is Another Honey

18 February 2013 |

American indie and alternative rock singer songwriter Mike Doughty is now a solo artist. He fronted the band Soul Coughing in the 1990s and his past albums have received much critical acclaim.

The Flip Is Another Honey, a covers … Read More

Common Tongues – Solitary Thinker

18 February 2013 |

Tingling acoustic guitar meets candid vocals and strings. Everything starts off stripped and soft before exploding into a crescendo of passionate vocals, gossamer harmonies, rhythmic guitar and a wonderfully unexpected fiddle solo. The song is modest and understated to … Read More

Dead Sons – The Hollers and the Hymns

18 February 2013 |

Throbbing base, zinging grizzly guitar riffs and cool vocals. Sounds like Sheffield’s very own Queens of the Stone Age. It’s superbly catchy and full of electric energy. There’s nothing about the album that really stands out and grabs you, it … Read More

Josephine – Portrait

18 February 2013 |

As much as I like to be nice and all, I am finding it hard to be with this one. From the orchestral opening to the cheesy and clichéd lyrics the whole thing just really isn’t for me. The … Read More

The Longsands – Little Britain

18 February 2013 |

Little Britain is the new single release by The Longsands. It is quite mellow and could fit into the rock genre with elements of other, more casual styles. The vocalist’s voice is bright and warm, very enticing in expressing … Read More

Argonaut – Monet

18 February 2013 |

The new album by Argonaut is very interesting indeed. It is hard to give a true genre, but it definitely has rock elements with some possibly indie styles. The vocals are strange but enthralling, enticing the listening into the … Read More

Circle II Circle – Seasons Will Fall

18 February 2013 |

Seasons will fall is the new album by Circle II Circle. This album is very much in the heavy rock genre, with some elements of metal. On first listening to this album, there are very different elements that are … Read More

Audiograft Events Unveiled

18 February 2013 |

The Sonic Art Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University are delighted to announce the 3rd annual Audiograft Festival of experimental music and sound art, taking place around Oxford from Monday 25th February to Sunday 3rd March. There are numerous installations … Read More