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Review: Jay Rodger – Bunker EP

February 26, 2014 3:30 pm0 comments
Review: Jay Rodger – Bunker EP

Hating Jay Rodger would be like kicking an Andrex puppy; his sincere, tender and totally free-to-stream music makes him incredibly likeable.  The UK singer songwriter’s debut release, the Bunker EP, is a handful of calm, pensive, and delicate tracks. Jay’s intricate poetic phrasing, gentle acoustic backdrops and echoey vocal harmonies make […]

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Rihanna should teach kids a thing or two

January 30, 2014 2:00 pm0 comments
Rihanna should teach kids a thing or two

By the time this article has been published, I am assuming everyone has seen Rihanna’s ‘Pour It Up’ video. But if by any chance you are not amongst the over 90 million people who have seen it, I recommend you watch it now. It has plenty of bare booty, strippers, […]

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Poeticat At Hootananny’s Brixton – 24/01/14

January 29, 2014 6:55 pm0 comments
Poeticat At Hootananny’s Brixton – 24/01/14

If you ever feel like life is becoming boring, dull, or repetitive: then look no further. Poeticat are the band to see. The band consisted of Catherine Martindale (or Cat-performance poet), Vic Meadowcroft (percussionist), Ziggy Jadowzski (Vocal Harmonist), Baj Kendrick (guitarist), his brother (drummer) and of course, Dr. Goat Foot […]

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The Unsigned Scene of South-Wales in 2014

January 12, 2014 3:36 pm0 comments
The Unsigned Scene of South-Wales in 2014

The dragon still has fire in its belly as Wales looks to continue its success in producing new music for the masses. With success in practically every area of music, Wales is one of the great breeding grounds for musicians. So as the the bigger names take the headlines, we […]

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My Beatles Confession

January 3, 2014 10:15 am3 comments
My Beatles Confession

I have something I desperately need to get off my chest. I’ve been keeping this particular secret close to my chest for years now, out of fear of being ostracized by other members of society.  My viewpoint has been ridiculed in the past and I didn’t want to have to […]

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How Bizarre: From Rags to Riches…and Quickly Back to Rags

December 19, 2013 2:00 pm0 comments
How Bizarre: From Rags to Riches…and Quickly Back to Rags

Everyone loves a good ‘rags to riches’ story. From Oprah Winfrey to Sir Richard Branson, these often incredible fairy tales of self-made success (despite a modest or difficult start in life) have the ability to inspire hope in the hearts of even the most hardened of cynics. But they don’t […]

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Eminem – Marshall Mathers LP II: The Extended Review

December 5, 2013 1:42 pm1 comment
Eminem – Marshall Mathers LP II: The Extended Review

Marshall Mathers LP, the one that became a classic and represented what the hip-hop / rap industry should’ve been. The genre returned to the hood, once Eminem picked up the mic. Released in 2000, MMLP introduced content that was overwhelming with controversy. It showcased conflicts conjured from his personal life […]

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KT Tunstall @ Theatre Royal London – 17.11.2013

November 30, 2013 11:21 am0 comments
KT Tunstall @ Theatre Royal London – 17.11.2013

I kind of missed out on the KT Tunstall thing when she was really big, though she is still a very much recognised name and obviously has more than enough pull to sell out the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane.  But then, her demographic is a very mixed bag.  On […]

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