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Albums | AAA Music - Part 2

Boohgaloo Zoo – Boohgaloo Zoo

16 July 2010 |

Sometimes unlikely combinations go very well together. Strawberries and pepper, for example. And what Boohgaloo Zoo have done on their self-titled release is something similar. By bringing together elements of hip-hop, jazz, and electro dance, they’re allowed the contrasts … Read More

Bombay Bicycle Club – Flaws

13 July 2010 |

Releasing a totally acoustic album early in your career can be a massive gamble, especially when you’re also riding on the possibility of the dreaded second album syndrome, but Bombay Bicycle Club have ploughed on regardless, releasing ‘Flaws’ as … Read More

Noonday Underground – The K-O Chorale

13 July 2010 |

I resent this album. It makes me feel redundant as a music journalist. And I’m not even that much of a music journalist, so I need all the help I can get here! The reasoning behind this is that … Read More

Kid Adrift – Oxytocin EP

8 July 2010 |

Kid Adrift is an act that’s incredibly difficult to write off as one particular genre. Merging elements of electronica, dance, and occasionally dubstep, Iain Campbell (the man behind Kid Adrift) could be called a lot of things. This is … Read More

Larsen B – Musketeer

8 July 2010 |

From the opening chords and swirling melodies of ‘Codeine’, I know immediately who Larsen B reminds me of. Piano driven melodies, warm vocals, tender-hearted cabaret tinged style… if they do not own at least one Duke Special … Read More

Parry Ray – The Way I’m Wired

8 July 2010 |

In an age when it’s sometimes difficult to find albums that don’t sound exactly the same as every other record out there, an artist that mixes things up a bit is a rare pleasure. It’s for this reason that … Read More

The Beatsteaks – Limbo Messiah

8 July 2010 |

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, you will most likely be at least vaguely aware of Germany’s burgeoning punk rock ‘n’ roll festival circuit. Therefore it was only a matter of … Read More

Richard Ashcroft&The United Nations Of Sound-United Nations Of Sound

8 July 2010 |

Richard Ashcroft comes back with a new solo album, supported by United Nations of Sound, a group of top American soul players.

It’s not an easy album, it contains a lot of religious references, Richard seems to be affected … Read More

I Am Kloot – Sky At Night

6 July 2010 |

2008, 2009, 2010. Two years in which long running Mancunian bands made the jump from critically revered indie stalwarts to national treasures and one year in which I Am Kloot attempt to carry on this glorious tradition. And I’m … Read More

Shit Browne – Every Penny Will Be Reinvested In The Party

5 July 2010 |

There is a lot to be said for album titles. To a fan or a journalist like me, they are the only sight into the music before listening to the music itself. And to a fan of George Orwell’s … Read More