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Monthly Archives: November 2014


29 November 2014 |

Machine Head are one of those bands that I really like but never listen to. I think I’ve struggled with the newer stuff because The Blackening was just so damn good.

There may still be hope though, in the … Read More

AAA Music Approved: Elle Exxe

28 November 2014 |

Who are you and where are you from?

I’m Elle Exxe and I’m from Edinburgh! I moved to London on my own when I was 17 and have been chasing dreams in the big smoke ever since.

What inspired you … Read More

SOAK – B a noBody

28 November 2014 |

I was impressed almost immediately when I listened to ‘B a noBody’

It’s refreshing to have an exceptionally talented teenager write a song about something other than being madly in love/heartbroken/hungover. However, as this is the only song I … Read More

SLIPKNOT – The Devil In I

27 November 2014 |

So, Slipknot – one of my favourite bands (maybe in my top 20?) – have a new album out…

I’m just gonna go ahead and say I was not hopeful when I heard the first release from The Gray … Read More


27 November 2014 |

American songwriter, rock musician and recording artist Nils Lofgren is also a multi-instrumentalist. He’s well known for his work with Neil Young and Ringo Starr and has been a member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band for three decades. In … Read More

Celebrating 75 Years Of Blue Note Records – Live @ The Royal Festival Hall

27 November 2014 |

Saturday 22nd November, London

The original belief by Blue Note Records, that jazz is something essential, fuelled the long term success of the label and seventy-five years later their achievements are quite clear.

At this EFG London Jazz FestivalRead More

John McLaughlin – Live @ The Royal Festival Hall

27 November 2014 |

Thursday 20th November, London

The fiery English composer, guitarist and band leader John McLaughlin performs a complex mix of electric music that fuses rock and jazz with Indian influences.

He played with the stunning Miles Davis on his legendary albums … Read More

Earthless – Live @ Dingwalls

27 November 2014 |

Friday 7th November, London

Frantic. Intense. Cosmic. Bodacious. Riff-tastic. Lick-tacular. Holy-fuckarific.

There are a lot of colourful descriptors inspired by hearing the endless guitar solo that is Earthless. As Grayson Currin puts it, “they’re… hell-bent on riding six electric … Read More

KORIA KITTEN RIOT – Rich Men Poor Men Good Men

27 November 2014 |

Koria Kitten Riot can be described as an indie-folk-pop quintet from Helsinki who bring an album with lots of interesting content, if somewhat eventful, and at times complicated in terms of clearly hearing everything they serve up.

The album, Rich … Read More

Anchorsong + Clap! Clap! – Live @ Oslo

26 November 2014 |

Friday 21st November, London

Anchorsong has been an AAA favourite for some time, ever since we first encountered him supporting Portico Quartet at KOKO in early 2013…

At the time, the Tokyo-born Masaaki Yoshida was living in London, but … Read More