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AAA Music | 30 March 2015

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28 March 2015 |

Singer songwriter John Kilzer, from Jackson, Tennessee, spent four years as a Memphis State basketball player before following a music career. His influences are blues, soul, folk, rock and country. First signed to Geffen Records in the 80’s, he  released … Read More


25 March 2015 |

AWOLNATION cruised into the mainstream alt-music scene with the 2011 odyssey ‘Sail’. The band found a way to garner popularity with originality, blending harsh synths, simple beats, and repetitive choruses in a way that undoubtedly improved with every play. ‘Sail’Read More

POND – Man It Feels Like Space Again

23 March 2015 |

Featuring an ever-changing lineup over their run so far, Pond’s previous albums had the busy sound of a communal approach to arrangement. With the current iteration including only four members, it’d be fair to expect less to be going on … Read More

KATHRYN ROBERTS & SEAN LAKEMAN – Tomorrow Will Follow Today

21 March 2015 |

Out now, Tomorrow Will Follow Today is a beautifully eclectic album by husband and wife folk duo Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman.

Voted ‘Best Duo’ in the 2013 BBC Folk Awards and having released their first album in almost a … Read More

CONRAD VINGOE – Tomorrow, Then

20 March 2015 |

Americana influenced folk singer and songwriter Conrad Vingoe, Brighton based, plays an acoustic guitar and works with John Parker (double bass) and Martyn Barker (drums).

His airy and energetic fourth album Tomorrow, Then was produced by legendary engineer Phill Brown, … Read More

RED PRIEST – Handel In The Wind

19 March 2015 |

Red Priest have a liking for early music and play what they call “red hot Baroque.” Their name is the nickname acquired by visionary composer Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), also a Venetian priest with flaming red hair!

They’ve been compared with … Read More

STEVE WILSON – Hand. Cannot. Erase.

13 March 2015 |

To suggest Steven Wilson is prolific would be an understatement. On top of the 10 studio albums released over two decades as Porcupine Tree, he continues to collaborate on countless side projects including No-Man, Blackfield and Bass Communion. Cap that … Read More

PEACE – Happy People

12 March 2015 |

Peace’s ironically titled Happy People asks the question: ‘where have all the happy people gone?’ The answer from any fan is quite definitely, ‘back to your first album…you know, the good one’.

Peace flooded the indie scene of 2012/13 with … Read More

CANCER BATS – Searching For Zero

11 March 2015 |

Cancer Bats have been reborn in the face of tragedy, reincarnated and Searching For Zero with a typically unforgiving, grinding fury. ‘If you can change, change what you can’, Cancer Bats have changed, growing as a band and transforming within … Read More


4 March 2015 |

Norwegian alternative folk band Katzenjammer comprises four melodic and jubilant female vocalists from Oslo who sing in English. Together, Anne Marit Bergheim, Solveig Heilo, Turid Jörgensen and Marianne Sveen play over twenty instruments, mixing rock, blues, folk and country.

Their … Read More