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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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Singer, Actress, Producer Erica Abi Wright or as we know her, Erykah Badu has recently released her 6th album The New Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh, the follow up to 2008’s 4th World War. Erykah’s previous albums have all been critically acclaimed with many comparing the singer to fellow jazz great Billie Holiday....

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Album Review: Turin Brakes – Outbursts

April 9, 2010 | 0 Comments

On March 1st 2010 the Balham lads of Turin Brakes released their latest album simply titled Outbursts. The duo have been around for a decade now and have produced some of the most artistically crafted modern folk albums to ever come out of the UK music scene. Their first album The Optimist LP met vastly...

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Scottish-born songwriter Jim Kroft takes us back to the 90’s heyday when britpop reigned supreme with his single One Sees The Sun which was released this month. Born in Scotland but relocating to Berlin for its artistic diversity and creative vitality Kroft debuts himself with this catchy and charming piece of pop bliss. The song is...

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This week saw the re-release of deluxe packaged versions of several Black Sabbath albums. Black Sabbath have been around for over 4 decades and were (and still are among many) considered one of the most prominent and influential heavy metal bands in the world – often being dubbed as The Beatles of the genre. The...

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For the 6 weeks leading up to Tuesdays gig at Cadogan Hall in Sloane Square I had a lot of people pose the same question to me when I told them who I was going to see – “who is Timothy B. Schmit?”. Even when telling people who he was, my answer was often rounded...

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The 1960s left a lasting legacy for many of today’s everyday societal functions. The decade brought a lot to the world from a progression in civil rights to sexual revolution, the iconic Woodstock Festival and the first band to sign up for the legendary 3 day gig, Californian 4 piece – Creedence Clearwater Revival. A...

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Turin Brakes have been around for over a decade now. The duo made up of Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian are probably best known for singles Painkiller (Summer Rain) and Underdog and containing one of the most recognizable and astounding voices in the acoustic folk pop circle. It’s not too often that we get a...

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