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AAA Music | 25 May 2015

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Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz + Aoife O’Donovan – Live @ SJE Arts

9 May 2015 |

Wednesday 29th April, Oxford

Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz and Aoife O’Donovan have great charm. They’re central to the world of American folk, roots and acoustic music. After a performance at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival in 2014 they decided to collaborate … Read More

THE ASHLEY HUTCHINGS BIG BEAT COMBO – Twangin’ ‘n’ a-Traddin’

8 May 2015 |

Iconic musician Ashley Hutchings has had a long list of achievements including bassist, writer, vocalist, songwriter, band leader, arranger and record producer. He’s helped create three of the most famous English folk-rock bands: Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span and The Albion … Read More

KARL CULLEY – Stripling

6 May 2015 |

Calmly inviting singer songwriter and guitarist Karl Culley, from Harrogate, currently lives in Krakow, Poland. With a poetic and minimalistic style, he’s sometimes compared with Bert Jansch, John Martyn, Tim Buckley, Cat Stevens and Jose Gonzalez. His inspired debut album … Read More

KENDRICK LAMAR – To Pimp A Butterfly

5 May 2015 |

Kendrick Lamar has now become a bona-fide worldwide rap superstar since his emergence on the international scene. Kendrick’s strive to create complex concept albums, pushing moral ethics and lyrical perfectionism, continues with To Pimp A Butterfly, an album packed with hidden messages and … Read More

A CHAT WITH: BURY TOMORROW

4 May 2015 |

Before taking to the stage for triumphant UK show a few months ago, AAA Music’s Sean Shore sat down with Dani Winter-Bates, lead vocalist of heavy metal titans Bury Tomorrow, to talk about touring the UK, past festivals and exploitation of fans. … Read More

Terakaft – Live @ Rich Mix

3 May 2015 |

Wednesday 29th April, London

Two years since their last UK gig and just one week before the release of Teneré (their fifth album), London once enjoyed the unique Terakaft’s artistry and rarefied sound.

Like a blow of Sirocco, the … Read More

A CHAT WITH: THE CHILTERN OPEN AIR MUSEUM

3 May 2015 |

A very exciting music project is due to start soon at The Chiltern Open Air Museum. Their plan is to recreate the famous Jackson Studios, originally used in the 50s by legendary DJ Jack Jackson for the BBC and ITV. … Read More

Dimensions Festival Croatia Final Round of Artists Announced

3 May 2015 |

Juan Atkins, Underground Resistance presents Timeline live, Âme, Boddika, Loefah, Floating Points (DJ set), BADBADNOTGOOD, Objekt, Space Dimension Controller, Petar Dundov, Ilija Rudman, Randall, Waajeed, Eliphino and many more are announced as Dimensions’ lineup for 2015 is now complete.

The … Read More

PEACE – Gen Strange

1 May 2015 |

Since the rise of YouTube and things like the BBC’s Live Lounge, footage of bands playing live has become the increasingly favoured medium.

Before this, it would be to MTV that music pilgrims flocked for music videos. Now, live videos … Read More

JAMES BAY – Let It Go

30 April 2015 |

For real music nuts, hearing certain songs for the first time is comparable to falling desperately in love…

The intense obsession of the first few listens (normally in rapid succession) lead to the realisation of what may occur if behaviour … Read More