Category Archives: Music Review

Review : Crash – Music For Film Volume 5

As the title suggests this is the fifth instalment from Mike Beever (aka Crash) in the series of Music For Film. Not to be rushed the former Coldplay producer now resides in far-flung New Zealand and the music certainly benefits … Continue reading

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Review : Tea Street Band – Leicester Soundhouse 3 October 2014

Last night I got see Liverpudlian band The Tea Street Band again perform, this time locally to me at The Soundhouse in Leicester. Many artists these days are happy to play around their neighbourhood with the knowledge they can pull … Continue reading

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Review : Later With Jools Holland 16 September 2014

For a second time within 18 months I have been lucky enough to acquire free tickets for the popular BBC music television show ‘Later With Jools Holland‘ recorded in Maidstone. As usual it had a diverse line up which intrigued … Continue reading

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Review : Roy Moller – One Domino

In a city which spawned the iconic label, Postcard Records, over thirty years ago we still can hear its legacy in the shape of Roy Moller’s new album ‘One Domino‘. Surprisingly outside his native city of Edinburgh he’s still relatively … Continue reading

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Impending Sounds : Josephine & The Artizans – Dies Irae EP

If you’re looking for a new slant on music then London based Josephine & The Artizans could be ‘just what the doctor ordered’ so to speak. The title track ‘Dies Irae‘ marries up hip-hop with opera in the words of … Continue reading

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Review : Wrangler – LA Spark

Add three electronic wizards together and what do you get? A musical cacophony that is the new Wrangler album ‘LA Spark‘. Messrs Stephen Mallinder (Cabaret Voltaire), Benge (The Maths) and Phil Winter (Tunng) are those responsible for igniting this eight … Continue reading

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