Please Help Tony the Dogfather to Continue His Honest Work

Sandi Thom has released a campaign, urging you to kindly show your support to the Dogfather's Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre.

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Honne – Just Dance Review

Dynamic electronic duo HONNE have marked their long-awaited return with happy-go-lucky single “Just Dance”. Having released their hotly-tipped debut album Warm on a Cold Night to critical acclaim this time last year, the pair soon found themselves consumed by worldwide tour dates, with a sell-out show at The Roundhouse being a particularly memorable highlight...

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Famous Jukebox – This Week’s Top Picks

Here's our top 5 picks of this weeks additions to our Famous Jukebox unsigned playlist.

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Harry Styles Unplugged – Review

Something interesting is happening today in music. There’s a lot of electronic dance style of songs out right now that seems to bleed into genres like pop and rap. It’s a lot of what’s coming out of the airways right now, and if you're into it, that’s great, but if you're not, well I have a suggestion...

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U2- The Joshua Tree Super Deluxe Edition: A Millennial’s Awakening

Since I was little, I’ve always loved rock n’ roll. It wasn’t just one thing that made me love it; it’s just what my tastes always gravitated towards. I love the big guitars, the nonstop energy; I love the idea of playing music in front of thousands of people to a cheering crowd...

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Everything Everything – ‘Can’t Do’ : Track Review

Everything Everything have always occupied a strange place in modern music. Seeming to almost defy genres, the band have continued to build upon their unique sound following the release of first album ‘Man Alive’ in 2010. With each new album they move seamlessly between pop, rock and sometimes ambience with ample dexterity.

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Bonobo – ‘Bambro Koyo Ganda’ – EP Review

Following the commercial and critical successes of his past few albums it seems that there are few things that Bonobo can do wrong. Preceding the release of this years Migration LP, we’ve been treated to equally excellent releases in the form of 2013’s The North Borders, 2010’s Black Sands and similar to the Bambro Koyo Ganda EP, 2014’s stellar Flashlight EP.

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Young Geoff is Back! – The Return of George Ezra

Where on earth has George Ezra been? The answer, as explained by the man himself to a crowd of fans at the Bath Forum is, simply put, ‘away’. After a wildly successful debut album and all the resulting attention, Ezra took a well-earned rest from music, and probably from the world a little bit. He spent time in Barcelona (a place he has written a song about) and Norfolk (a place he hasn’t, as yet)...

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HEALTH – DISCO3+ – Album Review

In 2015, after a near half-decade break, HEALTH released their third studio album Death Magic to significant critical acclaim. Garnering praise for its bold and often abrasive sound, the album is viewed as one of the bands best. It seems curious then that a remix album should take so long to capitalise on the success of the music that it is based on, but nevertheless on June 16th HEALTH released the latest of their remix album’s Disco3+...

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21st Century Music Genre’s: Necessary or Non-Sense?

Ever had this conversation before? “Yeah dude, I saw this great act. His sound was like Dubstep had a threesome with Neurofunk and Brostep then created a sound child!” Pretty meaningless conversation I know but we’ve all been there...

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