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AAA Music | 4 March 2015

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DJ YODA – The Baddest

2 March 2015 |

After years of releasing EPs, mix CDs, cassettes, compositions and more, DJ Yoda is coming out with his third album, Breakfast of Champions this March. Trailing this is a new single, ‘The Baddest’, which sounds like a romping square dance … Read More

ACTION BRONSON – Acting Crazy

27 February 2015 |

Action Bronson is part of a long list of rappers from Queens Bridge New York and some of them have become as well known as some of the greats, including the likes of Nas, 50 Cent, Kool G Rap, Run DMC … Read More

TROYKA – Life Was Transient

24 February 2015 |

Experimental three piece, Troyka, have previously released cuts off of their upcoming album Ornithophobia. These tasters show the group taking a rather hard left from the sound of their last studio album, ditching the atmospheric sound for something a … Read More

MARTIN CALLINGHAM – Knots

23 February 2015 |

‘Knots’ is a new solo release from indie musician Martin Callingham of Joyce the Librarian. This song is part of an album, Tonight, We All Swim Free, which sees a new direction for the singer songwriter.

Just imagine: chilled guitar … Read More

FLAKO – Kuku

20 February 2015 |

Ahead of the release of his new album Natureboy, which comes out this March, London-based producer Flako has released his a maxi-single, ‘Kuku.

The titular track caters well to fans of fiery trap-styled affairs, featuring the sounds of MIDI vocals … Read More

DUKE GARWOOD – Heavy Love

19 February 2015 |

London based experimental blues artist Duke Garwood has released four studio albums: Holy Week, Emerald Palace, The Sand That Falls and Dreamboatsafari. He’s a multi-instrumentalist and singer well known for distinctive, smoky vocals. 

‘Heavy Love’, the title track to Duke’s … Read More

MODEST MOUSE – The Best Room

17 February 2015 |

I do love a good bit of Modest Mouse and that’s exactly what this is. It’s not quite their best outing but it’s definitely up towards the higher echelons as the verses stomp around as if they’re cock of the … Read More

SPECTOR – All The Sad Young Men

10 February 2015 |

This track from Spector comes on a little strong but if you give it time to settle then you might just have found a new regular addition to your daily routine. Despite a strong denial for wanting to make … Read More

NOT SCIENTISTS – Just Break Me

30 January 2015 |

Destroy to Rebuild by Not Scientists

Is it 2004? I feel like I’ve been taken right back to when I was first really started to get excited about guitar music. With snare rolls, tastefully put together guitar riffs and a … Read More

THE SUBWAYS – Taking All The Blame

29 January 2015 |

I met The Subways a few years ago at a local music festival, at which I was working as a mime/clown. They were jolly lovely folk and their music brought a real sense of pleasure to the day as … Read More