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Music Review: Slows Down - EP

My latest review on The Doughnut has just gone live. If you like psychedelia then you’ll love this debut EP from Slows Down, a London-based artist.

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O Emperor - Lizard

O Emperor (photo by: Chloe Brenan)

The ever-changing O Emperor make an impressive return with the Waterford act’s sonically sublime new E.P. Lizard.

With the sudden burst of glistening synth that opens  299 more words

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Myles Manley - More Songs

The Last Mixed Tape takes a look at indie-pop songwriter Myles Manley’s new E.P. More Songs.

Beginning with the rolling off-kilter swagger of ‘Pay Me What I’m Worth’ Manley instantly produces his best work to date. 215 more words

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Keep of Kalessin: Agnen: A Journey Through the Dark

Keep of Kalessin was never as big player in the Norwegian music scene the way some of their contemporaries were and always flew under the radar for the better part of the 90s and 2000s only just recently beginning to break into the mainstream. 314 more words

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Stormy: Anatomy of an album

Sarah Weller Band: Sarah Weller (vocals), Simon Golding (guitar), Duncan Haynes, Ross Stanley and Arthur Lea (keys), Jules Jackson (bass and drums) and Simon Pearson (drums) 877 more words

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'The Arbourdecks - Weekend' Track Review

Who are The Arbourdecks? What even is an Arbourdeck? If you’re not already asking yourself these questions then you best start doing so. The Arbourdecks are a Manchester quartet consisting of Dan Auerbach (nope not the vocalist from The Black Keys), Jack Clynes, Taylor Finney and Louis Ellis and they have just released their debut single Weekend. 234 more words

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BADBADNOTGOOD & Ghostface Killah - Sour Soul (Album Review)

For a long, long time now I’ve considered Dennis Coles to be the elder statesman and Godfather of Hip Hop.  He was the first verse heard from the Wu, 22 years ago now, and he kicked open the door to a much more cinematic hip hop world than had been imagined before.   567 more words

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