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AAA Music | 1 October 2016

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WERKHA – City Shuffle EP

20 April 2016 |

Tom A. Leah, an eclectic participant in discipline and style when working under the name Werkha, released his debut LP, Colours Of A Red Brick Raft LP last June. Next week, he’ll be back with a follow-up EP titled City … Read More

MELANIE DE BIASIO – Blackened Cities

20 April 2016 |

Classically trained flautist and vocalist Melanie de Biasio is often referred to as the Belgian Billie Holiday. She’s been described as one the most exciting artists in jazz by presenter Gilles Peterson. No Deal, her successful second album of 2014, … Read More

BAND OF SKULLS – Killer

4 April 2016 |

Band Of Skulls return with their latest single ‘Killer’, from their fourth studio album By Default (out May 27th), and with Foo Fighters producer Gil Norton at the wheel, the band are sounding tighter and more ferocious than ever.

The track wastes no time … Read More

PAUL HAWKINS & THE AWKWARD SILENCES – Outsider Pop

4 April 2016 |

Outsider Pop is the third album from Paul Hawkins & The Awkward Silences. This album was empowered by producing efforts from Ian Button, best known by his previous work with Death In Vegas. The first album by the band in six years is an easy-listening … Read More

SANDY DENNY – I’ve Always Kept A Unicorn: The Acoustic Sandy Denny

1 April 2016 |

The late Sandy Denny, legendary singer-songwriter, was a huge influence behind the work of British folk-rock bands The Strawbs, Fairport Convention, Fotheringay and The Bunch. Recently released in 2012 was the comprehensive Sandy Denny: The Notes and Words and in … Read More

LITTLE GREEN CARS – The Song They Play Every Night

22 March 2016 |

If love is the sweetest thing, then heartbreak is the sour, bitter, unbearably painful thing… However, although it may be unbearably painful to experience, it can also be incredibly lucrative – take Adele, Sam Smith, and Alanis Morissette, for example; … Read More

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