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AAA Music | 30 May 2015

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CALLAGHAN – A History Of Now

24 April 2015 |

Talented British singer songwriter Callaghan moved from London to the USA in 2010. She’s extensively toured 46 states and is known for her 2012 album Life in Full Colour, produced by Grammy nominated artist Shawn Mullins. Her influences include Johnny … Read More

THE BASTARD SONS – Release The Hounds

24 April 2015 |

York-based five-piece, The Bastard Sons, have a knack for writing a catchy track. If you aren’t nodding along after 15 seconds, you won’t, because ‘Release the Hounds’ is much the same throughout; sing along (well, mumble, maybe) vocal hooks, riffs … Read More

GALLOWS – Bonfire Season

23 April 2015 |

Gallows’ latest track could easily be mistaken for a mellow Slipknot track. Musically, anyway. Wade MacNeil reminds us that it’s not a Slipknot song, but ‘Bonfire Season’ from recently released Desolation Sounds.

For Gallows fans, this might not be what … Read More


22 April 2015 |

Portico is a curious reincarnation derived from highly acclaimed Portico Quartet. While Portico Quartet tended to work in experimental jazz, the current project of Duncan Bellamy, Milo Fitzpatrick and Jack Wyllie is even less restrained by the limits of genres. … Read More

THE TWILIGHT SAD – I Could Give You All That You Don’t Want

21 April 2015 |

Following the release of their second album Nobody Wants to Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave, Glasgow trio The Twilight Sad are now preparing to launch their new single ‘I Could Give You All That You Don’t Want’.

Lyrically … Read More


20 April 2015 |

Between Mockingbirds’ ‘Do You’, is heavily inspired by college rock of the 90s and brings to mind the early work of bands such as Foo Fighters and Smashing Pumpkins.

Led by surf sounding guitar riffs the track maintains a … Read More

SAM LEE – The Fade In Time

19 April 2015 |

It is always puzzling to define what folk music is, mainly because what is and how it sounds today, is quite different from the good ol’ days. It’s a matter of fact that contemporary folksingers have reshaped the style in its … Read More

RINGO STARR – Postcards From Paradise

18 April 2015 |

Ringo Starr, musician, actor and producer, achieved international fame as drummer for The Beatles. As the world’s most well known musical time-keeper he invented the title ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ and wrote the idiosyncratic ‘Octopus’s Garden’ . It was a … Read More


16 April 2015 |

Punchy, luxurious and cool are just some of the words that are conjured up after listening to ‘Wild In City’, an electronic pop tune packed with attitude-ridden lyrics, (Destroy everyone I know”), daunting synths and impending drum claps which makes up the … Read More

SHLOHMO – Buried

16 April 2015 |

Taking a cut off his new LP Dark Red, Shlohmo takes a step backwards in time with all its analog imperfections in the wavering and tremulous ringings that emanate throughout his latest single ‘Buried.

A groaning synth spends some … Read More