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The big film of the moment in the spirit of previous hits such as Save The Last Dance and Honey is new dance flick StreetDance and the highly anticipated 3D extravaganza is paired with an equally impressive soundtrack which hits the record stores today. The soundtrack is a collection of well fitting floor fillers from...

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Marti Pellow is in a league of true and undeniably talented British entertainers known the world over. Suave, charming, handsome and versatile he is a man who has done it all – Front-man of the hugely successful and record breaking band Wet Wet Wet, West End and Broadway lead in shows including Chicago and The...

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Album Review: Faithless – The Dance

May 17, 2010 | 0 Comments

Sister Bliss, Maxi-Jazz and back seat guru Rollo bring their invigorating and electro charged stylings back to the UK dance scene in the form of The Dance which sees its physical release through Tesco stores nationwide this week. I’ve always wondered what that was about. First The Eagles and Woolworths then Paul McCartney and Starbucks...

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Teignmouth 4-piece The Quails have already churned out some pretty decent produce in the form of 2008’s I’ve Heard Its All Rumours making a reasonable dent in the indie market as well as being given the honor of supporting rock legends Muse in 2009 and the bands album Master of Imperfection hits the record store...

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Berlin based Brit Jim Kroft has recently given us a taste of summer with the first of his labors One Sees The Sun. He now brings us the cool flavors of the season in the form of his debut album Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea. The days of 90’s Brit pop may...

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Album Review: Willie Nelson – Country Music

April 29, 2010 | 0 Comments

Always at the forefront of country music Willie Nelson is one of the most successful and most recorded country musicians in history. An icon in his own right in his time he has recorded more than 70 studio albums. Not many musicians can hold a torch to this guy. At 77 years of age Willie...

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Album Review: Boys Like Girls – Love Drunk

April 29, 2010 | 0 Comments

Love Drunk is the sophomore album for Boys Like Girls. The band from Boston, Massachusetts are made up of 4 spritely rockers – Martin Johnson (Vocals/Guitar), Paul DiGiovanni (Lead Guitar), Bryan Donahue (Bass) and John Keefe (Drums). Title track Love Drunk was the first single from the album and did quite well chart-wise – hitting...

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First things first – Amy Winehouse and Duffy better watch their backs – there is a new boy in town and he is enough to rival the pair of them put together. Come and Get It is Eli ‘Paperboy’ Reeds third album and first major label release with Capitol Records following his first two independently...

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Flamboyant trio Fortune are a fairly unknown band outside of their home turf of Paris. The band have recently released their debut album Staring At The Ice Melt. Some people may already know the song Bully which has over the past 6 weeks received extensive radio play. The song has found a home on the...

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Album Review: Mirrorkicks – Mirrorkicks

April 12, 2010 | 0 Comments

Mirrorkicks release their self titled debut album on 19th April and for a debut its not too shabby indeed. The band have been kicking around since pre-puberty and you can tell because for a first attempt its pretty tight. Band mates Gerard de Waal (bass), Edwin Periera (guitar/vocals) along with brothers Anil (guitar/vocals) and Ingmar...

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Album Review: Tin Soldiers – Telling Tales

April 12, 2010 | 0 Comments

In a world full of skinny jeaned, big haired indie rockers April 2010 sees the release of Kent based quartet Tin Soldiers debut album Telling Tales. A record for the grunge enthusiasts and punks at heart. Telling Tales is given the Green Day/Ash treatment with big garage band production. The lads (Rich Crossingham – Lead...

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This week saw the re-release of deluxe packaged versions of several Black Sabbath albums. Live Evil is Black Sabbath’s first sanctioned live record. Originally released in the UK back in 1983 all of the tracks on the album were recorded at concerts held in Dallas, San Antonio and Seattle on the Mob Rules Tour which ran...

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This week saw the re-release of deluxe packaged versions of several Black Sabbath albums. Black Sabbaths 10th studio album and second following the controversial and highly publicized sacking of front man Ozzy Osbourne seen the band prove to critics and their fans that this was one band here to stay. Following such a commercial and...

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