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Where Did Nora Go – Womb of Life

Where Did Nora Go – Womb of Life

Danish artist Astrid Nora, began recording as Where Did Nora Go in 2012, releasing several albums and EPs, before taking a break to become a mother.  This proved to be a powerful experience, not least because Astrid's twin girls were born prematurely and it was by no...

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Minutes to Midnight: After 1989 – A Trip to Freedom

Minutes to Midnight: After 1989 – A Trip to Freedom

Musician, composer and producer Simone Silvestroni last year created the concept that is Minutes to Midnight, a reference to the Doomsday Clock, a symbol which represents the likelihood of a human-made global catastrophe since the start of the atomic age. As I write,...

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Rachael Sage Leads Female Musicians into 2020

Rachael Sage Leads Female Musicians into 2020

As music lovers, you might have noticed that there are more and more female artists around and the independent music scene is the same; more and more female artists are releasing their own music.  However, the rise of female musicians and singers is not always shouted...

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Lili Añel: Better Days

Lili Añel: Better Days

Philadelphia based singer Lili Añel has a myriad of albums and song writing awards behind her and her ninth and latest album, Better Days, demonstrates why her career has such longevity. A mix of Lili's trademark jazz / soul / pop / folk sounds takes us on a tour of...

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Todd Warner Moore: Starry Sounds

Todd Warner Moore: Starry Sounds

Kansas born and raised, Hong Kong's folk singer songwriter Todd Warner Moore is nothing if not prolific; he has released a number of albums in just the last year alone and Starry Sounds is the latest. A lively Americana sound draws influences from gypsy music, 60's...

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Pushpin: Sea Song

Pushpin: Sea Song

Kingston based band Pushpin, formed at university (they are Arthur Robijns on guitar and vocals, Adam Holmes on keys and electronics, Lucas Chebib on drums and Ed Willey on bass and vocals) and launched in 2018, bringing together influences from Grizzly Bear, Sonic...

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Angry Baby’s Christmas List 2019

The beginning of December means that it is now the season when Christmas music can be played to your heart's content.  Last year saw Angry Baby's first list of our favourite Yuletide songs, old and new and it went down so well, we've decided to do it again!  And...

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Mark Mathews: Fizzy Beasts

Mark Mathews: Fizzy Beasts

Inspiration for writing music takes all forms although a spot of spring cleaning might seem a bit unlikely...unless you're London based indie folk artist Mark Mathews, who took exactly this route to writing his most recent EP, Fizzy Beasts.  I hasten to add that the...

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John Owen-Jones: Jean Valjean and Beyond

John Owen-Jones: Jean Valjean and Beyond

The all star staged, concert version of Les Miserables is in its final few weeks at the Gielgud theatre in London and it's safe to say that it's been a rip roaring success.  One of the reasons for this level of success is the cast who are sublime and I recently had...

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