Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

AAA Music | 18 December 2014

Scroll to top



LISA STANSFIELD – The Collection 1989-2003

5 December 2014 |

British singer songwriter Lisa Stansfield was adored for her first solo album Affection. Since then she’s won endless awards and sold over twenty million soul and R&B albums worldwide.

Edsel recently reissued all five of Lisa’s Arista albums: Affection (1989), … Read More

ROLLER TRIO – Fracture

4 December 2014 |

Roller Trio are back!

After a Mercury Prize nomination as a 2012 Album of the Year and subsequent Mobo nomination for best jazz act, the band have been busy touring internationally and working on their second album Fracture, to be … Read More

MACHINE HEAD – Bloodstone & Diamonds

2 December 2014 |

With fans already comparing Bloodstone & Diamonds to The Blackening you know it’s going to be worth a listen…

…And there’s a lot to listen to. In classic Machine Head form, the album is a CD stretching epic of grizzly … Read More

ANTEMASQUE – Antemasque

2 December 2014 |

It was earlier today that I opened my email to find that something incredibly exciting had plopped through my virtual letterbox…

This, my friends, was the announcement of a brand new album from the thunderous duo behind such creations as … 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

ZOO HARMONICS – Business In The Front, Party In The Back

25 November 2014 |


Israeli punk-rockers Zoo Harmonics have brought over their latest release. Business in the Front, Party in the Back is the first UK release by the four-piece.

Opening track ‘Stemweder Open Air’ was ruined by the eighth second. A strong sounding … Read More


19 November 2014 |

The idea of a glass cave is a rather worrying one…

Firstly, it would become incredibly loud rather quickly if it started to rain. Secondly, where would the bats hang? If everything is glass then there will surely be no … Read More

DRDR – Struggling

14 November 2014 |

DRDR released EP Struggling in September via Glyph Recordings. The Brighton trio’s ability to combine elements from many different musical genres provides a good listen regarding this latest collection of songs.

DRDR, who have been busy on remix duty before this release, have provided us … Read More

FOFOULAH – Fofoulah

13 November 2014 |

If you want to understand where the “sound of London” is heading to and where so-called world music is going, you must have a listen to the lastest Fofoulah album.

The London based sextet are one of the best embodiments … Read More

GOGO PENGUIN – v2.0 (Deluxe Edition)

11 November 2014 |

Hot on the heels of their Mercury Prize nomination, GoGo Penguin re-released their v2.0 album in a Deluxe Edition last month, including three bonus tracks for our greatest pleasure.

The album had already been a very good showcase of the trio’s … Read More