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Nick Jonas Unchained

This past Thursday, the youngest of the Jonas Brothers trio which disbanded this past fall, released his first single of his solo forthcoming album.

Nick Jonas released “Chains,” a preview of music he’s been working on since the brothers parted ways, musically that is. 118 more words


Apache Indian

Apache Indian

Year: 1993

Label: Island

Charity Shop: Oxfam Botanic

Price: 50p

Vinyl: Black 7″

Condition: Solid qualitay nuff respect

Worth it?

Guilty! I knew this one but hadn’t heard it in so long I couldn’t resist purchasing it. 328 more words


Nick Jonas Releases New Single, "Chains," Signs With Island Records

We’d be totally lying if we said we weren’t still confused by the Jonas Brothers breakup, but we have moved on to the “acceptance” phase of this traumatic event.  185 more words


Nick Jonas unleashes new single "Chains"

Nick Jonas has unleashed his new single online.

“Chains” marks the first promotional single from the singer/songwriter’s upcoming as-yet-untitled project with Island Records.

The track was co-written by Danny Parker along with Ammar Malik, whose credits include Maroon 5’s “Maps” and Rixton’s “Me and My Broken Heart” . 49 more words

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Make The Cognoscenti Think

When I started 1537 it was because I hoped I’d have a few moments like this, where I stooped to pick up a previously underappreciated, unsuspecting piece of plastic wrapped in colourful cardboard and was suddenly forced to grab onto its comet trail as it blasted off bound for the outer reaches of awesomeness and I was compelled to ride it into the stratosphere, Silver Surfer style, trying desperately to grok it’s greatness whilst simultaneously hanging on for dear life.  1,121 more words

Record Collecting

The Birth of Brand X - Part II

This is part II of a three-part article on the work of Jack Lancaster & Robin Lumley and what followed with early Brand X.  

In the first part, we established that Jack and Robin wrote and recorded two albums in the mid 70’s – Peter and the Wolf, and Marscape, both involving most of the other members of what became Brand X, along with other guests.  1,498 more words

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