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AAA Music | 15 September 2019

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TAZ MODI – Reclaimed Goods

15 March 2019 |

The alluring pianist and composer Taz Modi is well known as a member of Leeds based Submotion Orchestra and for being Matthew Halsall’s pianist for six years. He’s influenced by many different types of music including jazz, soul, dub and … Read More

DAVID CROSBY – Here If You Listen

6 November 2018 |

“If leaving a group like Crosby, Stills & Nash was like jumping off a cliff, then finding the Lighthouse Band was like growing wings halfway down”, reflects the legendary singer-songwriter David Crosby.

Once co-founder of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, … Read More

SWING OUT SISTER – Almost Persuaded

15 August 2018 |

The dreamy and soulful British trio Swing Out Sister rose to international fame in 1987 and are fondly remembered, in particular, for the joyfulness of ‘Breakout’. Their debut album It’s Better To Travel, a huge hit at home, turned gold … Read More

SNOW PATROL – Wildness

1 June 2018 |

It’s 12 years since the magical ‘Chasing Cars’, by Dundee-based five-piece Snow Patrol, achieved widespread adoration. Following a lengthy break they’ve returned, still headed by frontman Gary Lightbody, with Wildness, their seventh album and their first since Fallen Empires in … Read More

JOE ARMON-JONES – Starting Today

23 May 2018 |

The adventurous composer and keyboardist Joe Armon-Jones, Ezra Collective member, is one of the leading figures of British jazz.

His atmospheric debut solo album Starting Today, blending jazz with dub, soul, fusion, hip hop and afro beat, was released on … Read More


3 May 2018 |

What is the one thing missing from the music universe these days? Indie pop laced with nostalgic nuances of 80s style synth pop or perhaps another manufactured boyband to lip- sync their way into the hearts of teenage girls everywhere? … Read More


8 April 2018 |

Lisa Stansfield’s dynamic debut album Affection did, literally, result in a journey that was ‘All Around The World’.  Internationally she became a hugely successful female artist and almost 3 decades later 20 million albums have been sold. She’s been GrammyRead More


27 March 2018 |

Submotion Orchestra have spent four albums becoming a force to be reckoned with. Having long realised their sound, the seven musicians tastefully apply themselves into gorgeous arrangements and lovingly balanced, organic sounding and lively mixes. I personally commented on this … Read More


8 March 2018 |

The melodic musician and songwriter Iain Matthews was lead singer with Fairport Convention in the 60s before forming his own band, Matthews Southern Comfort, which had considerable success worldwide with a cover of the Joni Mitchell’s ‘Woodstock’. The band’s three … Read More


19 February 2018 |

Post-hardcore trail blazers At the Drive In’s fifth EP, Diamanté is packed with experimental edge and punk rock nuances typical of the El Paso five piece. Opener ‘Amid Ethics’ is uncompromising in its abrasive use of percussive vocals and unrelenting bass, while … Read More