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Finnish hottie Osmo Ikonen, already a respected and highly sought after performer in his native homeland, has been steadily making a name for himself over her in the UK for the best part of the year so far, quickly solidifying his position as one of the biggest exports to be offered by the Finnish music...

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Album Review: Patrick Wolf – Lupercalia

May 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

Following 2009’s The Bachelor, eccentric multi-talented London based musician Patrick Wolf returns with his latest record Lupercalia released through Hideout Records. With a gorgeous and highly versatile set of lungs and a talent in a vast array of musical instruments including piano, ukelele and violin, the flamboyant musician returns in full force with his latest...

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Album Review: The Pierces – You & I

May 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

Alabama born and raised sister duo The Pierces first came to our attention back in 2010 when they supported fellow American songstress Lissie on her highly successful tour of the UK. We were immediately drawn into the sisters atmospheric touch on folk scented pop and haunting yet syrupy image. We were hooked with the sisters...

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Album Review: Andrea Corr – Lifelines

May 25, 2011 | 0 Comments

Irish beauty Andrea Corr releases her highly anticipated and long awaited new record this month titled Lifelines. With its lead single, the gorgeous Tinsletown In The Rain, gaining momentum since its release to radio, the build up to the parent records release has been a long one. It’s been quite a while since we have...

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When I was first handed Tom Moriarty’s record Fire In The Doll’s House I was slightly skeptical about it. I had recently taken my opinion out on his debut single, Smile If You Wanna Get High, and that opinion wasn’t one filled with enthusiasm or any form of eagerness to hear the musicians work further...

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The UK’s The Beautiful South are set to release a definitive collection of hits this month that span the highly successful acts journey through music and the speakers of the BBC. Live At The BBC is a collection of the bands finest pieces of work covering close to two decades. Following in the footsteps of...

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It’s full steam ahead for UK supergroup Status Quo with the never-ending flow of creative juices showing no signs of running dry as the band are gearing up for yet another mammoth tour to coincide with the release of their latest record, Quid Pro Quo, which is due for release on 30th May. With over...

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Album Review: Tatiana – Spider Web

May 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

Polish superstar Tatiana is gradually gearing up for the release of her UK debut album. With its title track gaining momentous airplay over the past weeks, Spider Web is the singers first record to see the light of day on UK shores however is not a first for the singer in her native Poland. Having...

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Album Review: Twin Atlantic – Free

May 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

Energetic Glaswegian sons of rock Twin Atlantic, fresh from a recent tour of the UK showing off their talents as one of the top acts to be produced by the Scots over the past couple of years, release their highly anticipated debut record Free this month and the much hyped about record sets the bar...

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Seventies punk quartet The Undertones are back this month with the release of a definitive greatest hits package titled True Confessions – Singles = A’s+B’s. With 33 years having passed since the band made headlines and placed Derry on the musical map with the release of the mammoth breakthrough single Teenage Kicks, this collection is...

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Multiple Grammy Award winning musician K D Lang may have spent the best part of last decade in the shadows suffering from writers block but new album, Sing It Loud, proves that not only is K D Lang back with gusto but that the writers block has completely vanished as heard on each of the...

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Country music legend Alison Krauss has partnered up yet again with her trusty long time folk quartet Union Station and this month the collective present to us their latest record, Paper Airplane. Fusing American bluegrass and folk, Paper Airplane sees the five piece joining forces for the first time in seven years and offering to...

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Who would have ever though that twenty years after leather trouser wearing outfit Right Said Fred broke through the pop stratosphere with their brand of sex pop in the raunchy and poptastic form of I’m Too Sexy that they would still be around today. Well, they are and not only are they still around but...

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