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Album Review: Dappy – Bad Intentions

October 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

Dappy first found national fame as the confident and slick chullo wearing front man of hip hop trio N-Dubz alongside his fellow band mates Fazer and X-Factor judge Tulisa. With a string of hits including Best Behaviour, Girls and the groups Top 5 hit I Need You as well as sold out arena tours firmly...

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Album Review: Taylor Swift – Red

October 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Until recent years Country Music was listened to with hesitance in the UK. The once uncool genre has, over the years, become a beacon of popularity with the likes of Shania Twain, Lady Antebellum and Carrie Underwood all flying the flag of twang and heartbreak for our American counterparts. Though the genre has changed dramatically...

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Martha Tilston returns with her brand new record this month. Poetically titled Machines of Love and Grace the title alone sets the mood for what is contained within the 11 track collection the singer has offered us. Having a 2 year gap between this and her last release, Lucy and the Wolves, Tilston has been...

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Album Review: Lawson – Chapman Square

October 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Four piece pop-rock outfit Lawson seem to be on a steady path to success as they approach the release of their debut album this month. The foursome are hitting all the right notes with critics and gaining themselves quite the following. Impressing pop heavyweight Will Young, the band were invited along with the crooner to...

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Album Review: Olly Knights – If Not Now, When

October 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

If Not Now, When is the candid question sketched alongside a picture of an astronaut on the cover of the stunning new solo record by Olly Knights. It is a question that I am sure the singer-songwriter has pondered for a while now. Though the name may not ring any bells with some (yet), fans...

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Album Review: Leona Lewis – Glassheart

October 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Six years after her performance on the X Factor, Leona Lewis returns this week with her highly anticipated third studio album, Glassheart, the follow up to 2009’s Echo. Lewis first won the world over with her debut record Spirit. The singer, a shy receptionist from the North London suburb of Islington, found herself as the...

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The Funeral Suits released their latest studio offering back in June and so far the band have let loose 3 fairly sturdy singles from the band’s debut album, Lily of the Valley. It is now time for the 4th track to be released from that album and the winner?  – Hands Down. The Irish trio,...

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Album Review: Diana Krall – Glad Rag Doll

October 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

Canadian Jazz maestro and vocal songstress Diana Krall reignites the flame of easy listening Jazz once again this month with the release of her 11th studio record, Glad Rag Doll, an album which sees Krall uniting her distinctive vocal tones with a collection of some of music’s finest pennings from the 20’s and 30’s to...

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The Struts may not be a well known band right now but that is surely set to change, at least with nostalgic fans of sixties psychedelic tracks like the bands latest giveaway single, I Just Know. The band have already been compared to the likes of Hard-fi and Primal Scream and that has got to...

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Album Review: Mika – Origin Of Love

October 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Brit award winner and Grammy nominated pop prince Mika returns this month with his brand new record, Origin of Love. Providing the Grace Kelly hit maker with his third studio release, Origin of Love is everything we could expect from such an eccentric pop star like Mika. With two studio records under his belt and...

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It has to be said – A Wallflowers reunion has been a very long time overdue. Having hit the jackpot back in 1996 with the L.A quintet’s high-selling, international breakthrough record, Bringing Down The Horse the band found themselves quickly become one of the biggest bands in the US. Bringing Down The Horse spawned a...

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Album Review: Don Felder – Road To Forever

October 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

Probably one of the most unexpected albums to be released in some time was finally unveiled this week. Though most music lovers under the age of 30 won’t be too familiar with the name, Don Felder is no stranger within the industry. In fact, this guy, as anyone over 30 will agree with, is nothing...

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Album Review: Tori Amos – Gold Dust

October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

As 2012 ushers in the 20th Anniversary of her debut album, Little Earthquakes, singer – songwriter and musical icon Tori Amos returns with a brand new record, a collection of some of the finer components of her phenomenal back catalogue. Gold Dust marks a defining point in Tori Amos’ career 20 years after the release...

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