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Album Review: Groove Armada – White Light

November 5, 2010 | 0 Comments

Known the world over as one of the greatest electronic duos, Tom Findlay and Andy Cato, or Groove Armada as we know them, return with their latest collection of beat loaded dance originals in the tasty form of White Light. Married up perfectly to the acts previous 2009 Black Light release, White Light sees Groove...

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Back in the mid nineties when Brit pop held the UK charts and music scene hostage with the likes of Oasis, Blur, Charlatans and Kula Shaker all playing their part in the rise of the genre, one band made a considerable impact very early on. Cast emerged from Liverpool in 1992 and their debut release,...

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Album Review: Status Quo – Live At The BBC

October 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

The phenomenon that is Status Quo have been an unbeatable force in the music industry for the past 48 years. Having formed in 1962, the band have released 28 studio album and 77 singles including In The Army Now and the bands signature hit, Rockin’ All Over The World, throughout their impressive career. With such...

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This month marked a new venture for legendary glam rocker Elton John and his latest release, a collaboration with Oklahoma music veteran Leon Russell titled The Union, gives the singer his 30th studio album. Russell met John after one of the Brits icons earliest US performances and the collaboration between the two has been a...

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Album Review: Michael Lee – Face Forward

October 25, 2010 | 0 Comments

Originating from the depths of Longwick, England, singer/songwriter Michael Lee proves that even from the quietest places in the world, talent finds its way out and this is proven by the musician, who cites credible key players in the industry such as Sting, Jeff Buckley and US rock band Incubus as major influences. With this...

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Lauren Pritchard is one of a kind. With vocals that glide from sultry and passionate to rock diva on a mission in one single beat, the rising Tennessee born star has found pastures new in London and has been a busy songbird over the past 12 months leading up to the release of her debut...

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Caro Emerald is a new force of vocal talent that has been making quite an impact on the charts throughout Europe over the past year. Originating from Denmark the sultry singer released her debut record last year in her homeland and as soon as it was released it shot straight to the top spot where...

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Album Review: Ash – A-Z Vol. 2

October 21, 2010 | 0 Comments

Ash have remained in a league of their own since their formation in the early nineties, rising to prominence as one of the earlier Brit-pop bands that scored a number of hits and went on to gain quite a considerable cult following as well as international appeal, most notably due to the bands iconic signature...

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Dermot O’Leary has always had his hand in the musical pot from his early beginnings. Having fronted his own BBC Radio 2 show for a number of years now as well as playing host to the juggernaut that is the X Factor. Here, O’Leary brings us The Saturday Sessions, taken from his Saturday afternoon BBC...

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Album Review: Heathers – Here, Not There

October 9, 2010 | 0 Comments

Formed in 2008, twin sisters Louise and Ellie Macnamara make up the Irish duo, Heathers. A new yet already popular staple on the current Irish folk scene, the duo have this week released their debut record titled Hear, Not There. The duo capitalize on the current popularity of folk singers causing a stir within the mainstream...

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Back in the seventies UK rock/pop maestro’s, Supertramp, churned out hit after hit and went on to become one of the most profitable and iconic bands that the UK produced throughout the seventies and eighties. They were and still are considered to be a UK rock institution. With incredible singles such as The Logical Song,...

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Bellowhead – Hedonism

October 4, 2010 | 0 Comments

Hedonism is the title of Bellowhead’s latest record and the eleven piece outfit offer us one incredible collection of string and horn heavy musical artistry. The folk outfits third delivery is every bit as captivating as their first two as Bellowhead once again prove that if your going to do a job then you might...

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Matt Costa – Mobile Chateau

October 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

Already having supported the likes of Jack Johnson, Canadian singer songwriter Matt Costa is now on his way to concreting his own sturdy career within the indie genre. Having signed to Johnson’s Brushfire Records, we are now presented with Costa’s third album release, Mobile Chateau, which proves to be one step ahead of itself and...

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