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Album Of The Week: Wrapped In Red

‘Tis the season to be jolly, and what better way to lift your spirits than with a good holiday album! Wrapped In Red is Kelly Clarkson’s first Christmas album, and one that is on its way to becoming a holiday classic. 194 more words


Album of the Week, December 21: Everything But the Girl

Ben Watt and Tracey Thorn were classmates at the University of Hull and label mates on Cherry Hill records in the early 80s. Thorn had recorded as a member of the Marine Girls and released a solo disc, … 884 more words

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A.O.T.W - Concrete Love // Courteeners

ABOUT THE BAND: The Courteeners are an English indie rock band formed in Manchester in 2006. The band consist of Liam Fray (guitar/vocals), Michael Campbell (drums), Daniel Moores (guitar) and Mark Cuppello (bass guitar).  184 more words


Album Of the Week: 'Sirens' by Gorgon City

Beneath this extremely creepy album cover, there actually are 13 really awesome tracks. The electric/house duo released this album this October, with hits like “Ready For Your Love” and “Unmissable”. 116 more words


Album of the Week - Pilot EP by Amber Run


The first song alone should be enough to get you hooked. The entire EP is fantastic, but Ill be honest, I listen to it once, and then repeat it infinitely on track 1. 15 more words

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Ween - At the Cat's Cradle, 1992 (released 2008)

After boosting Ween for years, a friend of mine decided he would finally check them out.  But instead of asking for a recommendation or finding a good starting point online, he loaded up Spotify and listened to… 800 more words

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…2014 w 51 – Album of the week is “Elite” by Fireside.

Appearing in the early nineties in the parts of northern Sweden where I grew up, this is a band unlike any other. Initially part of a local hardcore scene and releasing a few EP´s followed by debut album “Fantastic Four”, the group soon developed through follow-up “Do not tailgate” into the full-on assault of “Uomini d´onore”, blending the intense but pretty unsophisticated beginnings with a remarkable melodic maturity. 506 more words