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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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I Am The Miracle is the brand new, stomping single from County Donegal indie brothers Denny and Dermot Doherty, drummer Gerry Strawbridge and bassist Paul Toland or otherwise known as The Plea. The track, which comes back to back with the b-side Praise Be, is a welcoming introduction to a band that is set to...

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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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Child prodigy turned pop princess Charlotte Church releases her latest single this week. Snow is the third single to be released from Church’s sophomore pop record, Back To Scratch and follows the albums first two singles, Back to Scratch and Logical World. Though Church traded in her Classical legacy for a life of pop fantasy...

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Brookes Brothers return this month with a feisty follow up to previous single Last Night/War Cry and in preparation of the duo’s eagerly anticipated debut drum & bass record, The BBK Clan. Double A-side single Beautiful/Souvenir is a tightly spun splashing of drum & bass meeting electro-pop commercialism in all its glory. A substantially fairer offering than...

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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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Fight Like Apes are back this month with both a new single and album following a twelve month studio residence of writing and recording. The fruits of those labors have now been rewarded as the band present to us Jenny Kelly. With a synth accompanied vocal intro, Jenny Kelly starts off on a high as...

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Kiwi folk starlet Brooke Fraser has been a shining beam of musical delight for the best part of a decade in her native New Zealand, gradually building a strong reputation as one of the most talented and acclaimed musicians to make waves outside of the Pacific over the past 10 years. With her debut album,...

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Kiwi singer songwriter Brooke Fraser erupted on to the New Zealand music scene way back in 2003 with her debut album, What To Do With Daylight. The album instantly gave the singer celebrity status as all five single releases taken from the record fell into the Top 20. Becoming a staple on the charts throughout...

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Album Review: Roxette – Charm School

March 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

One of Sweden’s most treasured musical exports, Roxette, are back this month with their first record in ten years following the devastating and lengthy illness of singer, Marie Fredriksson back in 2002. Throughout their career Roxette have had a long string of hits, particularly throughout the 80s and 90s. With a lucrative back catalogue which...

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Last year we got to take in the first nostalgic whiff of singer songwriter Jim Kroft’s take on the summery sounds of Brit-pop when he released his debut record, Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea which carried the brilliant lead single, One Sees The Sun. Now, six months on we are given the...

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Already having scored a number one smash after penning Chipmunks monster single, Oopsey Daisy, RnB’s smooth operator Talay Riley is paving the way to stardom with the release of his second single, Sergeant Smash, which sees its release on February 14th through Jive Records. The rapper is already on his way to replicate the success...

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Album Review: Zoe Scott – Woman On Top

February 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

British-born musician and new yet already well established songwriter, Zoe Scott, this week releases her debut album, Woman On Top, an album that shows that this rising princess of hard hitting rock and roll packs a hefty musical punch. The record is coated in a rich bluesy and slightly country tinged dressing and has a...

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