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AAA Music | 26 May 2022

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Reviews | AAA Music - Part 4

GREGORY ALAN ISAKOV – With The Colorado Symphony

17 June 2016 |

The gentle and intimate Colorado singer songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov uses guitars and mandolins to merge contemporary American indie with folk. He’s spent much of his life traveling and sings stories about places, distances and landscapes. Amongst his influences are … Read More


17 June 2016 |

The delicate and expressive Finnish singer, once with Helsinki band Joensuu 1685, merges his Scandinavian folk style with Armenian and American country music. There’s a biblical, religious and spiritual context to his intimate song-writing which has been compared with Townes … Read More

JENNY GILLESPIE – Cure For Dreaming

2 June 2016 |

The intense and imaginative American singer songwriter Jenny Gillespie experiments by merging elements of jazz, folk, rock, country, and progressive rock.  Reminiscent of Sarah McLachlan and Kate Bush, she produces and performs her own music and was placed in the … Read More

JOHN ILLSLEY – Long Shadows

23 May 2016 |

Distinctive musician John Illsley was highly influential as bass guitarist of the classic blues and rock band Dire Straits which sold in excess of 120 million albums and toured internationally. He’s received multiple Brit, Grammy and Heritage Awards and also … Read More

RYAN ADAMS – Heartbreaker

12 May 2016 |

Ryan Adams, the prolific American singer-songwriter, musician and producer, is well known for his extensive solo career and his former work with alternative country band Whiskeytown.

A deluxe reissue of his critically acclaimed 2000 debut solo album Heartbreaker was released … Read More

JUDITH OWEN – Somebody’s Child

4 May 2016 |

Colourful jazz singer-songwriter and pianist Judith Owen is a sensitive and keen observer of human nature, exploring universal themes such as love, loss, compassion, bitterness and optimism.  She has a taste for musical diversity and her fine 2014 album Ebb … Read More

Miles Ahead – Movie Review

3 May 2016 |

American jazz composer, artist and bandleader Miles Davis is well known as a creative and enigmatic musical genius of the 20th century, at the forefront of several major developments in jazz. In 2006 he was inducted into the Rock and … Read More

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


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