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Album Review

JINGO – The Art Of Loving

21 October 2014 |

East London has finally come up with an answer to the pit that is your modern rock collection: Jingo.

Psychedelic, haunting and pale minimalist, Jingo will teach you The Art Of Loving by stealing your heart and leaving you … Read More

MARIANNE FAITHFULL – Give My Love To London

11 October 2014 |

English actress and singer, songwriter Marianne Faithfull has had a recording career for five decades. Sometimes referred to as a sixties ‘wild child’, her early work in music in the 60s and 70s was overshadowed by stories about her … Read More

LINDSEY STIRLING – Shatter Me

10 October 2014 |

Lindsey Stirling, the ‘dancing violinist’, is a versatile new age musician and composer who plays whilst performing well choreographed dances. She energetically fuses hip-hop and classical with rock and dubstep and she’s achieved a massive 675 million … Read More

MAMMAL HANDS – Animalia

9 October 2014 |

Animalia, Mammal Hands’ first album, was released on the 15th of September. The eight-track album features interesting rhythmic figures, opulent harmonies and minimalist-inspired vamps. Brothers, Nick Smart (keyboards), and Jordan Smart (saxophones) along with drummer Jesse BarrettRead More

BAD FOR LAZARUS – Life’s A Carnival, Bang! Bang! Bang!

8 October 2014 |

Life’s A Carnival, Bang! Bang! Bang!, is a collection of no holds barred musical madness. The album is an anarchic mix of thrashing distorted guitars meets computerized technological driven beats. The wonderfully weird carnival comprises a collection of tracks … Read More

AURELIO – Lándini

4 October 2014 |

In the beginning was Andy Palacio. During the ‘80s and ‘90s, the Belizean artist spread the Garifuna message all around the world, popularising his native culture. Then, along the 2000s, Garifuna music became widely known; traditional songs and rhythms finally enjoyed … Read More

ROBERT PLANT – Lullaby and…The Ceaseless Roar

3 October 2014 |

Singer-songwriter Robert Plant, well known as lead vocalist and lyricist of Led Zeppelin, has had a successful solo career for over 40 years. His powerful and distinctive voice is legendary and, in 2011, readers of Rolling Stone … Read More

BLUES PILLS – Blues Pills

29 September 2014 |

The throbbing intro to opening track ‘High Class Woman’ reveals much of what we can expect from this excellent album: power, swagger, a salute to the ‘60’s spirit. Blues Pills have produced a very fine debut.

Based … Read More

POLICE DOG HOGAN – Westward Ho!

23 September 2014 |

Rambling banjos, foot-stomping percussion and driving rhythmic guitars: this is the root and soul of what Police Dog Hogan creates. A combination of traditional English folk singing, hyperactive bluegrass and lively country, their new album, Westward Ho!, spirals around … Read More

RED SKY JULY – Shadowbirds

17 September 2014 |

London alternative country trio Red Sky July comprises Shelly Poole (Alisha’s Attic), husband Ally McErlaine (Texas) and former model Charity Hair (The Alice Band). Their critically acclaimed self titled debut album was released in 2011 and at the Scottish … Read More