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BLACK COFFEE: TAKE ONE

BLACK COFFEE: TAKE ONE

Tiffini Taylor August 1, 2018 0

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BLACK COFFEE: TAKE ONE Are you looking for rock bands? Have you ever wondered how a band can be formed? Well, for Black Coffee it is all about meeting others that you just have

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Lack Of Afro – “Jack Of All Trades” – Sweet soul, funk and pop make a perfect summer album

Lack Of Afro – “Jack Of All Trades” – Sweet soul, funk and pop make a perfect summer album

Ross McGibbon July 25, 2018 0

LOA Records 10th August 2018 Sweet soul, funk and pop make a perfect summer album Full of traditional soul and disco, this is somehow timeless and full of summery vibes. Tight and sweet high

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Imagine Rod Stewart singing with Coldplay…

Imagine Rod Stewart singing with Coldplay…

Vanguard Online July 25, 2018 0

Vanguard Online

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AHI has a beautiful smokey voice. I was killing myself trying to think of who he reminded me of, and then it struck me, Rod Stewart. But his music, anthemic, determined and in the spirit

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Guru Guru – “Rotate! 50 Years” Fifty circuits round the sun for legendary Krautrockers

Guru Guru – “Rotate! 50 Years” Fifty circuits round the sun for legendary Krautrockers

Ross McGibbon July 4, 2018 0

TRANCE MUSIC 29th June 2018 50 years is a long time in the story of a rock band. Guru Guru are one of the most significant members of what Britain’s rock press came to

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Forma – “Semblance” – minimalists eschew formalities. Less is more…..

Forma – “Semblance” – minimalists eschew formalities. Less is more…..

Ross McGibbon July 4, 2018 0

KRANKY          20th July 2008 Forma are a Brooklyn trio who like exploring, who like experimenting. They like polyrhythms, texture and variations on repetition. Mixing vocals, synthesizers, piano, sax, drums and flute;

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Binker & Moses – “Alive In The East?” – a beast of gut-grabbing vital free-jazz

Binker & Moses – “Alive In The East?” – a beast of gut-grabbing vital free-jazz

Ross McGibbon June 20, 2018 0

GEARBOX RECORDS 29th June 2018 For a duo, Binker and Moses have a big band. I should explain: The young jazz duo of Binker Golding (sax) and Moses Boyd (drums) are brilliant as a

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Cowboy Junkies – “All That Reckoning” continues an honest, human and affecting career

Cowboy Junkies – “All That Reckoning” continues an honest, human and affecting career

Ross McGibbon June 20, 2018 0

PROPER RECORDS 13th July 2018 It’s been a long journey for this family band, the Timmin’s travelling troupe. Forging their own path from a unique idea, a bluesy, Velvet Underground-flavoured interpretaion of what would

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A melancholy bluegrass album from ‘Trampled by Turtles’

A melancholy bluegrass album from ‘Trampled by Turtles’

Vanguard Online June 1, 2018 0

Vanguard Online

I edit Vanguard Online, make contact with PR companies and recruit new writers.
If, face down and laid on the ground I was ever to be trampled by turtles, providing the turtles weren’t of the Galapagos variety, it would be akin to a pretty good back massage. I get

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The Wave Pictures – “Brushes With Happiness”    a work of pure unalloyed genius

The Wave Pictures – “Brushes With Happiness”    a work of pure unalloyed genius

Ross McGibbon May 31, 2018 0

MOSHI MOSHI RECORDS        22ND June 2018 I was lucky enough to hear many of these songs live in March, in the cellar space of Leeds’ Hyde Park Book Club. Meditative, thoughtful ensemble playing and

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So good, it could have been released on Warp Records

So good, it could have been released on Warp Records

Vanguard Online May 31, 2018 0

Vanguard Online

I edit Vanguard Online, make contact with PR companies and recruit new writers.
Warp Records eat your heart out, and by the way, Warp Records, how did you miss getting this one into your stable? Or is everyone doing this kind of stuff these days? That is

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