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AAA Music | 9 April 2020

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KILLER BE KILLED – Wings Of Feather And Wax

15 August 2014 |

In theory, looking at the members of this group, it should be one of the best things ever. Max Cavalera, Greg Puciato, Troy Sanders and Dave Elitch. That’s Soulfy, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Mastodon, and ex-The Mars … Read More

SHOW OF HANDS – Centenary

14 August 2014 |

Over sixteen million soldiers and civilians died in The First World War, with a devastating effect on Britain. For four brutal years soldiers experienced horror, humour, comradeship, drunkenness and exhilaration in the trenches.

Two popular and fine actors, Jim … Read More

ACOLLECTIVE – Pangaea

13 August 2014 |

Acollective are a curious band that has been nurtured by a bunch of drastically different influences – both musical and cultural ones. Their career started in Tel Aviv – a city known for a funky mix of … Read More

FEED THE RHINO – Deny And Offend

12 August 2014 |

I’ve seen Feed the Rhino live. It was a pretty wild and energetic set – plenty of heads banging along to their groovy riffs, and fists flying to the heavier bits. ‘Deny And Offend’ makes me want … Read More

JOSE JAMES – While You Were Sleeping

11 August 2014 |

Singer-songwriter José James comes back with a new dynamic and a colourful album, While You Were Sleeping. After his debut record No Beginning No End, José hasn’t lost his originality and talent for mixing genres, weaving elements … Read More

MAMA KIN – The Magician’s Daughter

11 August 2014 |

Winner of a WAM Award for Folk Act of the Year 2013, and nominated for an AIR and ARIA Award for Best Blues and Roots Album 2013, Fremantle-based singer songwriter Danielle Caruana who goes under the stage … Read More

TUNDRA – Tiger

8 August 2014 |

Virtually unknown London duo Tundra relatively recently released their first single: ‘Tiger’. Tundra have been described as “dark electronic” and “80s pop influenced” – two very contrasting ideas, which make me rather sceptical about the imminent and often dreaded first … Read More

INVSN – #61

7 August 2014 |

It wouldn’t be just to review Swedish quartet INVSN in light of it’s singer’s previous endeavours. Fronted by Refused-alumni Dennis Lyxzén, INVSN cross-step over from the trailblazing hardcore circa ’91 and into a more meditative and accessible … Read More

MEDESKI SCOFIELD MARTIN & WOOD – Sham Time

6 August 2014 |

This  Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood version of Eddie Harris’ “Sham Time”, from their forthcoming album, is a head nodding groove-fest. After the piano intro motif keys man John Medeski hits the ground strolling with a laid-back Jimmy Smith-style … Read More

CASITAS – Dominoes

5 August 2014 |

There are hints of world music hidden behind this latest indie tapestry from Casitas and it just helps add to the bouncy, free-flowing appeal that makes ‘Dominoes’ one of those lovely little beauties that nestles comfortably in the music-loving region … Read More