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Hailing from the rough streets of Brooklyn, New York, Gay For Johnny Depp are preparing for the release of their sophomore record, What Doesn’t Kill You, Eventually Kills You which hits store on Valentines Day. The album has been produced by Grammy-nominated heavy metal producer Alex Newport who has worked with the likes of Sepulture...

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Scotland’s laid back folk quartet, Kassidy, have been making a sturdy name for themselves. The band have been touring quite extensively over the past twelve months and have been going from whistle stop venues to large outdoor festivals (including an incredible performance on Latitude Festivals main stage in the summer) as well as prolific spaces...

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The godfather of hip hop returns this month with the release of his latest single. I Need A Doctor, prior to the release of his highly anticipated third and final studio record, Detox. The track has been given a thorough going over by British hip hop producer Alex Da Kid who has worked with previous...

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It’s been a while since we heard anything from electronic lads Innerpartysystem but thankfully the wait is over as the Pennsylvanian rockers return this month with a follow up to 2008’s self titled record. Elaborately blending hardcore trance with a sharp pop appeal, new single American Trash is set to be one of six single...

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As with most celebrated days of the year we are offered a range of albums or collections that boldly recognise the special occasion and Valentines Day is no exception. While flowers and chocolates reign supreme when it comes to gifts for a loved one on the special day, the gift of music is also never...

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As the charts become increasingly populated with R’n’B pin ups with the likes of Taio Cruz and Flo Rida taking hold of the recent synth R’n’B surge, semi-newbie Loick Essien has been slowly creeping up on us, first with his debut effort, Love Drunk and now with his sophomore single, Stuttering, in which he has...

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Album Review: Teddy Thompson – Bella

January 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

Having already made a solid mark on the folk scene with his previous four studio albums, the UK’s Teddy Thompson is back this week with the release of album number five – Bella. The follow up to 2008’s UK Top Ten record, A Piece Of What You Need,  this latest offering is already gaining momentum with its...

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Single Review: Jamiroquai – ‘Lifeline’

January 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

The UK’s favorite acid jazz funksters Jamiroquai return this month with the latest track to be taken from the bands comeback album after a five year absence, Rock Dust Light Star, and follows the albums previous release, Blue Skies. Lifeline, which opens with a complimenting round on the piano, and some energetic staccato, string coated...

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Single Review: Yasmin – ‘On My Own’

January 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

With an swift ascension from underground trip hop DJ into the world of solo stardom comes the next big thing out of the hip hop arena, Yasmin. With the credible backing from the likes of super producer and artist, Pharrell Williams, and having worked with some of musics most prominent songwriters including Eve and Will.I.Am,...

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With a brand new record set for release on January 31st titled Bella as well as an extensive tour of the UK throughout January and February about to get underway, acclaimed singer songwriter Teddy Thompson introduces us to what’s to come on the release with the records first offering, Looking For A Girl. Bella is...

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Having earlier reviewed the Heathers debut record Here Not There several months ago I was hesitant to take on another round of Irish nasal sister folk. Here Not There proved to be a record one could only take in minor doses. As the sisters gear up for the release of the albums second single I...

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Album Review: Pearl Jam – Live On Ten Legs

January 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

Alternative rock gods Pearl Jam celebrate twenty years as one of musics most influential collectives this year with the release of their latest live compilation, Live On Ten Legs. The band are no strangers to releasing live recordings. A bootleg series of live performances has kept a smile on many of Pearl Jam’s fans faces...

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Single Review: Edei – ‘Loved’

January 18, 2011 | 0 Comments

First catching our attention with the monster pop ditty, In My Bed, rising pop sensation Edei is back with her latest Motown infused single, simply titled, Loved. Discovered by the team who developed fellow Brit superstar Joss Stone into a globally recognized artist, 22 year old Londoner Edei is a force of talent to rival the...

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