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AAA Music | 31 October 2014

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ROUTE 94 – Shards Of Glass

31 October 2014 |

Rowan Jones aka Route 94 has been electrifying dance music in recent times, not only with smash hit ‘My Love’, but numerous underground monsters that will have graced your ears at clubs and festivals.

Smooth and deep as hell, Route 94 has conjured … Read More

Nightmares On Wax – Live @ The Forum

30 October 2014 |

Friday 24th October, London

I know I’ve said this a million times before, but Soundcrash really do curate the best alternative hip hop nights in London.

Tonight is a prime example…what a lineup. Arguably the four greatest underground hip … Read More


30 October 2014 |

Deptford Goth isn’t quite as depressing as his name suggests. His smooth alternative RnB sound hints at James Blake, Jamie Woon and Bon Iver, but exudes an identifiable quality, evident throughout his brand new, sophomore album Songs - and of course … Read More

The Pop Group – Live @ Islington Assembly Hall

29 October 2014 |

Sunday 26th October, London

The days of post-punk are over…or maybe not.

Even if the late-70s to early-80s are water under the bridge, and the unmistakable post-style of that period has been arguably lost and won’t come back, some of … Read More

Sounds Of Latvia – Live @ Guildhall

29 October 2014 |

Monday 27 October, London

Latvia has become increasingly well known for talented and international musicians like Gidons Kremers, Mariss Jansons, Andris Nelsons, Kristine Opolais and Elina Garanca. In 2014 Latvia’s capital city Riga proudly became the European Capital of … Read More

Feed The Rhino – Live @ Sound Control

29 October 2014 |

Feed The Rhino

Monday 20th October, Manchester

The autumnal breeze is beginning to pick up a frenzy, covering the streets in leaves, and Manchester is preparing as the edges closer to the end and we begin to welcome a new … Read More

ELEPHANT STONE – The Three Poisons

29 October 2014 |

Something I really like about Elephant Stone is how their productions are always so expertly constructed, effectively bringing out the essence of a song. Sounds are always colourful, thick and complementing one another.

Moments don’t force your attention on them … Read More


28 October 2014 |

Big Deal specialise in spectral pop that clashes the gloomy fuzz of shoegaze with the delicate intimacy of folktronica to create music that is truly hypnotic. Before the duo took to the stage at a London show earlier this year, Kacey Underwood (guitar/vocals) and Alice Costelloe … Read More

THE DATSUNS – Deep Sleep

28 October 2014 |

A filthy bassline stamps into album opener ‘Caught In The Silver’ before snare, guitar and vocals gather around, menacing. After a minute accumulating the tension, they kick the door in. Don’t be misled by the title, Deep Sleep is … Read More

FINCH – Two Guns To The Temple

28 October 2014 |

As odd as it may seem, this is probably the first Finch song I have ever listened to, so I’m going into this completely unbiased.

Obviously I’d heard of the band, but they have somehow always managed to escape my ears. … Read More