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James B’s ‘Living The Dream’: A Big Indie Rock Sound

Shaped with incisive chord progressions and enticing intros, tone, talent and guitars clearly dominate the debut album, Living The Dream, from British music artist James B. 333 more words

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Foo Fighters: 'Concrete and Gold'

What happens when you combine a hard rock mainstay of the 1990s with today’s most sought-after pop producer? You get a modern rock album that makes you want to hit the “concrete;” one with just enough winning tracks to possibly achieve “gold” record status. 398 more words



‘Pizza Party’ is 24 minutes of off-kilter mobster music mixed with a warm soul sound that is unmistakably L.A. producer and beatmaker Samiyam.  Unusually for this kind of beat tape, ‘Pizza Party’ is free of the kind of dusty vinyl samples we’ve come to expect, replaced this time around with original synths and FX in unison with the off-the-grid drum patterns and Samiyam’s aesthetic sonic swagger.  Stream below via BandCamp.

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Almost two years to the day since he made his debut as a teenager on Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder imprint with the ‘Chinese Nü Year’ EP, Iglooghost release his debut album proper, ‘Neō Wax Bloom’.   161 more words

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Ruzz Guitar’s Blues Review: The ‘Burn Out’ Album Interview

The music is sleek, fast and cranks at full throttle. Fueled with strong rhythms, hard-driving fret work and heartfelt vocals, you had better brace yourself for… 1,518 more words


‘Laughing With The Raindrops’ Music Review: Smooth Perfection

British jazz is alive and well thanks to albums like Laughing With The Raindrops. The self-titled debut from the London-based ensemble contains ten original tracks which are… 379 more words



Lunice Fermin Pierre II releases CCLX , his debut full length solo album.  Since breaking new groundwith Hudson Mohawke as part of TNGHT, the Montreal poducer has since been incubating a new style of club-focused beats in basements in Glasgow, London, Amsterdam, Los Angeles & Montreal -. 50 more words