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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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Carl Barat – Carl Barat

October 2, 2010 | 0 Comments

When the Libertines disbanded back in 2004 its members all went off to concentrate on what they were going to achieve next. Whilst John Hassall had reasonable success with Yeti and Pete Doherty’s Babyshambles won over the avid Libertine fan-base, co-front-man Carl Barat formed the short lived Dirty Pretty Things with fellow Libertine, Gary Powell....

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Taio Cruz – The Rokstarr Collection

October 2, 2010 | 0 Comments

London’s Taio Cruz has been busy making quite the name for himself over the past couple of years and with the release of his latest record, The Rokstarr Collection, he is about to become a household name. is Taio Cruz’s first greatest hits release and is brimming over with a plethora of chart featured singles...

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Fran Healy – Wreckorder

October 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

Fran Healy is the voice behind the enormous music machine that is Travis and a man who has penned some of musics most iconic and noteworthy releases as well as gaining the Scottish band worldwide acclaim with hits such as Sing, Flowers In The Window, Driftwood and the bands signature track, Why Does It Always Rain On Me....

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The Posies – Blood/Candy

September 27, 2010 | 0 Comments

Having been around for the best part of three decades, The Posies return with a brand new record titled Blood/Candy. Their first release since 2005’s Every Kind Of Light, Bloody/Candy sees The Posies develop further on their envious songwriting craftmanship and delve deeper and more thoroughly into the essence of what great music should sound...

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Soundgarden – Telephantasm

September 26, 2010 | 0 Comments

Seattle’s finest in grunge rock, Soundgarden, make a triumphant return this month with the release of a definitive greatest hits collection titled Telephantasm. Soundgarden have been a popular staple in the grunge genre since their formation back in 1984 and over their 13 year career the band had raked up sales in excess of twenty million...

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Skunk Anansie – Wonderlustre

September 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

Skunk Anansie first came to our attention back in 1995 with the release of their debut record Paranoid and Sunburnt. It was in 1996 however that the band made waves on the international scene with the massive single Hedonism and the bands second album, Stoosh. The album garnished the band with critical and commercial acclaim...

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Album Review: Paul Heaton – Acid Country

September 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

Notable as the front-man of the successful Beautiful South and the Housemartins, Paul Heaton has released his third solo record this week titled Acid Country. Venturing into solodom for a third time, Paul Heaton’s latest release, Acid Country, his first since 2008’s The Cross Eyed Rambler, infuses elements of country, blue eyed soul and jazz with his...

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Album Review: Thea Gilmore – Murphy’s Law

September 8, 2010 | 0 Comments

Oxfordshire born folk singer songwriter Thea Gilmore has been in the game for over ten years now and in that time has established herself as an acclaimed artist on the folk/pop circle after releases such as Songs From The Gutter, last years Strange Communion and her 1998 debut, Burning Dorothy and in that time gained...

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