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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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Rachel Fuller: Animal Requiem

Classical composer Rachel Fuller is that rare thing: a female composer who is also relatively well known outside the world of classical music.  That is surely down to her reworking of The Who's seminal rock album, Quadrophenia, into Classical Quadrophenia.  That full...

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Hengistbury: Add Another Minute

British country music has seen a resurgence in recent years, not least due to the success of duo The Shires.  Hengistbury hail from Dorset and although they are indeed a male / female duo (Pete Briley and Jessie Mary), they have a sound all their own. Formed in 2017,...

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Blast Bomb: Burn History and Live Today

Get ready to be hit with Blast Bomb’s latest EP, Burn History and Live Today - an explosive fusion of swinging beats and emotional lyrics. The Crossover-Punk band from Hamburg released their second EP in October 2018 after making their presence known in the live scene...

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d’Z: Connected

Positivity, feel good, fabulous jazzy funk are the things I wrote down within the first minute of listening to Connected, the new EP from Dutch composer, producer and musician d'Z, aka Hans-Peter de Zeeuw.  Released mid 2018, the five tracks shine with rock solid...

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John Owen-Jones: Spotlight

Here at Angry Baby we like to bring you a wide range of music and this week, we're bringing you a bona fide West End star in John Owen-Jones, who release his fifth studio album this week.  Spotlight is a rather apt title, given that he was last week announced as...

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Tremolo Ghosts: A Cardboard Sunset

Bristol based Tremolo Ghosts, who despite the plural is actually a solo project for Welsh musician Owen Chambers, have just released their latest album, A Cardboard Sunset.  Variously described as lo-fi, experimental and Americana, this album defies categorisation;...

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