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March 2021 album reviews

Serpentwithfeet: Deacon – a swoon in the Californian sun Poppy, life-affirming ode to gay domestic bliss is a paean to black people ‘living their damn life anyhow’ Sarah Moule: Stormy Emotions – an unerring tribute to Fran Landesman Moule captures every nuance of the late great lyricist’s words, beautifully set by Simon Wallace. Tune-Yards: Sketchy […]

February 2021 Album Reviews

Jeremy Pelt: Griot – This Is Important! review – a jazz album for everyone by John Fordham on 26th February 2021 at 9:00 am (High Note) Storytelling trumpeter Pelt boldly crosses genres and ages with agile contemporary bop, ballads and spoken word passages Jeremy Pelt, a trumpet virtuoso who could have dropped without blinking into […]

Elbow’s Guy Garvey tells MPs that streaming royalties threaten the future of music

During the digital, culture, media and sport select committee inquiry into the economics of music streaming, MPs heard from musicians including Ed O’Brien of Radiohead, Elbow’s Guy Garvey, and Tom Gray of Gomez, who painted a bleak picture of artists struggling to survive. The hearing followed pressure from the #BrokenRecord campaign, to investigate the “economic […]

Latest album reviews: November 2020

Flohio: No Panic No Pain – a seething statement of intent by Kate Hutchinson on 29th November 2020 at 3:00 pm The south London rapper takes centre stage on her full-throttle debut mixtape(Alphatone)Since she first pricked up ears with her impish flow and shadowy beats four years ago, 28-year-old south Londoner Flohio has always given […]

Album Reviews July 2020

Glass Animals: Dreamland review – technicolour pop shaded with pain by Aimee Cliff on 7th August 2020 at 8:00 am (Polydor)Trauma has triggered a more inward-looking exploration of the Oxford quartet’s grandstanding, hallucinogenic soundDave Bayley, frontman of Oxford psych-pop quartet Glass Animals, has always embraced the fantastical. The group’s debut set Lewis Carroll-worthy lyrics over […]

Album reviews June 2020

Jessie Ware: What’s Your Pleasure? review – rooted in lustful disco by Tara Joshi on 28th June 2020 at 2:00 pm (Virgin)The singer-songwriter swaps luxe pop for the energy of the dancefloor on her heady fourth albumJessie Ware emerged in 2010, lending her silken vocals to electro producer SBTRKT. A solo career followed but, while […]

Record shops in movies and TV shows

Record shops might not be the most obvious choice of location for movies or TV shows but here is out list of some of the best. High Fidelity (2000) From the book of the same name by Nick Hornby but transported to a North American record store. It features pugnacious and pedantic music geek Barry […]

RSD 2020 now three drop dates Aug 29, Sep 26 and Oct 24

Record Store Day 2020, RSD 2020 has had several postponements due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic crisis. Now that the lockdown has eased to allow non-essential shops to open.  We’re pleased to report the gradual opening of UK and Irish record shops. Strict social distancing is still being observed and many shops have changed their […]

Latest Album reviews – May 2020

  Tim Burgess: I Love the New Sky review – unabashedly uplifting by Emily Mackay on 24th May 2020 at 12:00 pm (Bella Union)The Charlatans frontman comes full circle with effortless assuranceA chameleon of the times, Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess has manoeuvred smooth transitions from baggy psychedelicist to pugnacious belter of Britpop crowd-pleasers to peroxide-pudding-bowled […]