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Master of None: You Will Get What You Deserve

Prolific is the word that comes to mind when describing Ian Mitchell of Master of None and Little Red.  Today sees the release of his second EP of 2019, which followed Little Red's album of 2018.  As with Great White Shark, Ian's new offering, You Will Get What You...

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Backspace: Boys

Conceived to the sounds of early 80’s new wave and nurtured by brit pop and rock, Backspace brings you their EP Boys. Although labelled as indie Alt-pop there is a definite rock vibe from their tracks, signalling their influence from bands such as The Libertines and...

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Mike Silver: Alchemy – 50 Years in Song

Acoustic guitarist and singer songwriter Mike Silver has been one of the best kept secrets in the music industry for along while now, as the sub title of his new album, Alchemy - 50 Years in Song attests to.  Fifty years making music with only the merest whiff of...

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The Best of Johnno Casson

Angry Baby previously described indie artist Johnno Casson as a national treasure when we wrote about his two 2017 albums, Future Melancholy Pop Music and Human Good and as befits such a label, here we are writing about his new album, The Best of Johnno Casson....

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Crystalline: Of Unsound Mind

Cardiff based Crystalline Band formed in 2017 and immediately set about making rock music that is hard to classify as pure rock. Led by singer Eva Mullen, Crystalline comprise Elliott Packham on drums, Elouann Chilou on lead guitar, Matt Lines on rhythm guitar and Ed...

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Magnetic Skies: Dreams and Memories

Electro Pop duo Magnetic Skies, comprising singer songwriter Simon Kent and vocalist / programmer Jo Womar formed in 2018 and have just released their debut EP, Dreams and Memories.  Meeting when both were commissioned to collaborate on a one-off arts/charity live...

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Death of the Maiden: The Girl with the Secret Fire

All-female rock bands are a rarity and while there's an argument on the need to mention this at all, in the case of Oxford's Death of the Maiden, it's the very essence of them as a band.  Tamara, Hannah, Emma and Jenny see it as their mission to speak up for women. ...

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Maaike Siegerist: Born Before the Wind

Jazz music mixed with folk, that's not a genre you come across every day.  On the other hand, if it's done as well as the 2017 album, Born Before the Wind, from Maaike Siegerist, you wonder why.  Distinct upbeat, jazz tones allied with sweet folk guitars is something...

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Hattie Briggs: Up To You

London based singer songwriter Hattie Briggs has been around music all her life, and two years into a Russian degree, decided to become a full time musician.  Awards such as being named the first ever winner of Fender Undiscovered Artist of the Year in 2017, followed...

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