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135. ANGE HARDY's Christmas singles.

Ange Hardy releasing an annual seasonal single has become something of a Christmas tradition in itself over the last three years; and I always look forward to receiving the latest one. 382 more words

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Album Review – Jomsviking by Amon Amarth

Bobby Bevilacqua

Amon Amarth have cemented themselves as one of the best bands in the melodic death metal genre, crafting their own unique sound and brand of music since they were formed back in 1992. 939 more words


Album Review: Galapaghost // I Never Arrived

With insightful lyrics, blissful melodies and an unforgettable name, Galapaghost (otherwise known as Casey Chandler and Federico Puttilli) is an artistic entity you shouldn’t skip over. 338 more words


Album Review: Unfinished Business by Nathan Sykes

Just look at me now, I’m free to fly
– Nathan Sykes, “There’s Only One Of You”

Nathan Sykes has released his highly-anticipated solo album, … 396 more words


Review of 'The Hill' Album - Travis Greene

So, decided to give my personal review of Travis Greene’s Album; The Hill. Well, I guess that’s because it’s currently the most played album in my playlist right now. 127 more words


NRBQ's Wild Half-Century Ride

It’s a good thing NRBQ have been known by their initials rather than the words those initials stand for: New Rhythm and Blues Quartet (or Quintet until 1978). 312 more words

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Review of Astral Transmissions album by Stupid Cosmonaut

Stupid Cosmonaut are a 3 piece ambient / pysch band from Manchester, England comprising of Sam Read, Mark Hawnt and Steve McNamara. They all take an equal share in producing and writing the music using mostly hardware synths, guitars, bass and samples. 355 more words

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