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Rap Saturday

Sheldon Pearce for Pitchfork

Rap posse cuts were once about exposure, giving lesser-known friends a platform to show off their skills in a close-quartered, competitive, and fun atmosphere. 350 more words

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Today In Music - 23rd Sep

“1967, Pink Floyd appeared at the Saturday Scene, Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, England. During the same month The Soul Trinity, Keith West and the Tomorrow and The Crazy World of Arthur Brown all appeared at the club.” 13 more words

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Joshua Redman & Brad Mehldau 'Nearness'

Daniel Kunjasic 23.9

Nearness, the debut album by Joshua Redman & Brad Mehldau, is a perfect slice of cake for the casual jazz enthusiast. Stripped down yet intricate and musically eloquent, this record provides intimate and interesting moments throughout. 611 more words

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Why don't I unit test?

I few months ago my brother did a couple of tech talk at work introducing TDD and explaining its benefits (and those talks then became… 1,029 more words


Jazz Thursday - Larry Young


“The archives of European Radio stations are proving to be rich in unknown jazz recordings, which have often slumbered on the shelves un-noticed, since their one and only broadcast decades ago.  262 more words

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Today In Music - Sep 22nd

“1990, Nirvana played their biggest gig to date when they appeared at the Motor Sports International Garage in Seattle. Drummer Dave Grohl who would audition for the band in a few days time was in the audience of 15,000 people.” 12 more words

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Blues Wednesday - Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa Desperation Blues

Daniel Kunjasic 21.9.2016

12 albums in, Joe Bonamassa’s tunes are still sharp and hard hitting as ever. His “Blues of Desperation” comes a mere 2 years since his last record and to put your mind at rest, it’s a killer. 644 more words

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