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AAA Music | 27 May 2016

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TREETOP FLYERS – Palomino

16 March 2016 |

I should preface this review with a confession; I am unashamedly in love with almost everything psychedelic (except psytrance, God I hate psytrance), so take this review with a pinch of salt and I’ll try my best to write objectively. … Read More

LACEY – I Don’t Owe The World A Thing

16 March 2016 |

Following on from the success of their debut album Under The Brightest Lights, Lacey release I Don’t Owe The World A Thing. A clean-cut charming five track EP reminiscent of an early Jimmy Eat World. It comes as no surprise that the band … Read More

SUBMOTION ORCHESTRA – Colour Theory

25 February 2016 |

When reviewing Submotion Orchestra’s last full length album, Alium, I praised it for executing ambitious goals with flying colours. Such a solid album would be quite difficult to follow but this time it’s been painted abundantly clear by the orchestra … Read More

GOGO PENGUIN – Man Made Object

17 February 2016 |

Imagine a moment in which Bonobo meets BADBADNOTGOOD and the Sun breaks through the cracks in an otherwise heavy and unmerciful sea of clouds. The rays shine down over chalk cliffs in a heavenly fashion, and touch down onto the … Read More

IGGY POP – Gardenia

2 February 2016 |

I lived for a short time with Iggy Pop’s guitar maker and I learnt something from all the sordid tales of savage debauchery: Iggy never slows down. At 68 years old you might expect the spindled rocker to take a break … Read More

GRAND BLUE HERON – Hatch

25 January 2016 |

Hatch is a debut album for the Belgian band Grand Blue Heron, which was formed two years ago. Nevertheless, the band members are not newcomers in the music industry: each of them was involved into different music projects for more … Read More

FALCON FIELDS – Hometown City

8 January 2016 |

The remarkable charity Awards for Young Musicians united with the 7/7 Tavistock Square Memorial Trust and Association Francaise des Victimes du Terrorism to release a charity Christmas single entitled ‘Hometown City’.

Anonymous London producer “Falcon Fields” felt inspired by the resilience … Read More

THE COMPUTERS – Want the News? Here’s the Blues

7 January 2016 |

Want the News? Here’s the Blues is the explosive new EP from punk rockers The Computers. Their sound is an eclectic mix of soul, funk and rock and roll. This ace EP is laced with catchy hooks and their … Read More

VARIOUS ARTISTS – Senegal 70

18 December 2015 |

There was a time when Senegal and its capital were the liveliest spot on the Western African music map. The Golden and “Sounding” Age happened around 40 years ago when Dakar became a forge of music talents able to mix together … Read More

THE CLEAR – Love Internationale / The Cashier

11 December 2015 |

Pop on your bucket hat, keep your nut down and get ready to slink ever-so-smoothly away from the old bill – the golden age of the ‘90s seems to be truly upon us once more and there are more floral … Read More