London's latest club night - AQUILA - every Wednesday @ Proud Camden

by Lucy Howell 11. July 2012 15:08
London needs a new night | Every Wednesday at Proud CamdenLaunch night was explosive. Prepare for round two on July 18th. AQUILA is every Wednesday from then on. If you haven’t seen photos from launch night yet, have a look here:£2 Bee... [More]

Wet Nuns announce UK Tour and single release this September

by Stella Man 4. July 2012 20:33
Sheffield's Wet Nuns are back with a UK tour this September which will run alongside their 10th September 2012 release of new single, 'Why You So Cold'.  The death-blues hellraisers have already been tipped by NME as one of their bands for 2012 following acclaimed performances at this year's ... [More]

Animal Collective announce Autumn world tour - tickets on sale now

by Stella Man 12. June 2012 20:22
Baltimore's Animal Collective have announced their plans to embark on a world tour this Autumn, with American dates from September to October and European dates from October onwards.   The UK and Irish dates are as follows: Sunday 4th November - London, The Roundhouse Tuesday 6th November... [More]

Hop Farm First Line Up Announcement

by Lucy Howell 2. April 2012 16:29
Hop Farm 2012 will take place Friday 29th- Sunday 1st July. The line up so far looks like this;BOB DYLAN (UK exclusive)PETER GABRIEL AND THE NEW BLOOD ORCHESTRA (UK exclusive)SUEDE (UK festival exclusive)DAMIEN RICE (UK festival exclusive)PRIMAL SCREAMMY MORNING JACKETMAXIMO PARKPATTI SMITH AND H... [More]

Album Review - Paul Weller - Sonik Kicks

by GRAHAM CLARK 28. March 2012 21:40
  Paul Weller never stands still and he continues to change on every album. His latest album, Sonik Kicks is a melting pot of influences. Opening track, Green, sounds like nothing else he has done in the past. By The Waters sees the modfather treat us to a tender ballad, with its viol... [More]

Album Review - Hue and Cry - Hot wire

by GRAHAM CLARK 28. March 2012 20:35
  Having resisted the lure of going on one of these 1980’s themed Here and Now tours which feature acts from the 1980’s, Hue and Cry are still making great music as witnessed on their stunning new album – Hot Wire.   Opening track, Duty to the Debtor with its jazz influenced... [More]

Album Review - Madonna - MDNA

by GRAHAM CLARK 25. March 2012 09:55
It has been 3 years since the last Madonna album but on her new album MDNA she has incorporated lots of influences of the last few years. The album has a very strong European pop sound which is hardly surprising as some of the producers include French DJ and artist, Martin Solveig and Italy’s... [More]

Album Review - Marlon Roudette - Matter Fixed

by GRAHAM CLARK 18. March 2012 20:20
    You might not recognise the name but Marlon used to be the lead singer of the group, Mattafix (hence the name of the new album Matter Fixed) who were very successful in the rest of Europe and to a lesser extent in the UK.   The lead in single from the album, New... [More]

Album Review - Sean Paul -Tomahawk Technique

by GRAHAM CLARK 18. March 2012 12:27
Over in France Sean is a megastar, his tracks off this album Got 2 Luv U and She Doesn’t Mind have been the most played tracks on French radio in recent months. The album is full of tracks that are a cross between the Black Eyed Peas and Bob Sinclar in his more commercial moments. Dream Gir... [More]

Album Review - Estelle - All of Me

by GRAHAM CLARK 18. March 2012 12:19
Going back to her R&B routes in this new album, Estelle takes her lead more from say Beyonce rather than the pop that influenced her big hit, American Boy. She could have gone down the route of hiring some top French DJ to produce the album but she has stuck to her roots. The Life, the o... [More]

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