From start to finish, You Can’t Stop The Groove is a high octane barrage of hectic beats.
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Denny Diamond’s own brand of easy listening, bluesy folk is lilting and evocative.
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There are times for us all, I’m sure, when music manages to flick a switch in our minds and sends us back to another time and place. It can come as something of a surprise when it isn’t particularly anticipated.
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Horror punk can sometimes come off a bit cartoony, relying mostly on jokey caricatures and half baked musical ideas. Gravedale High have the high aim of producing something more substantial that the usual fare that is put out.
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‘I Don’t Want You Anyway’ is one of those songs that works its way into your head. You’ve got no hope of resisting singing along by the time the chorus comes around for the second time.
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With a click of the heel and a twang of the strings, Derek James’ sophomore release Take You Out Dancing flashes you a wry smile and in a flick of the wrist slings his own brand of bluesy rock and roll right into your ears.
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The sprawling, smoky, and oh so sultry ‘Blank Stare’, is a moment on the One 2s second EP with vocals that drive the listener hard in the direction of Chrissy Hynde.
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It’s almost impossible to talk about ambient sounding Icelandic pop without mentioning the inimitable Sigur Ros, but it has to be said that there seems to be something in the arctic water.
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Tucson noise-mongers unleash their latest weird and warped sounds with Bethphage. It’s time to get dark…
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