Category : Music

Anderson .Paak Releases Refreshing Masterpiece, Oxnard

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“Oxnard’s Beaches extend for 5 miles along the city’s oceanfront, from Mandalay Beach in the north to Silver Strand Beach in the south. The beaches are known for their sunshine, mild surf, and easy access.” The official description of Oxnard Beach is as relevant to the beach itself as to … Read More

Jeff Goldblum & The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra Release The Capitol Studio Sessions

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Just when you thought Jeff Goldblum couldn’t get any cooler, you find out he plays piano in a jazz band. The notorious actor, famous for his classic roles in Jurassic Park and Independence Day, has been playing piano as a side hobby since he was a child, training in classical … Read More

In the Middle with Trudy and the Romance

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Gabby Kenny chats with the lovely Ollie Taylor and Brad Mullins from Trudy and the Romance before their show at Hyde Park Book Club two weeks ago. Along with Lewis Rollinson, the band met in Chesterfield and after attending LIPA University and Leeds College of Music, the three decided to … Read More

Preview: The Golden Thread – Music for Gamelan, 30.11.18

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Prepare yourselves to be transported by the magical sounds of Gamelan. On November 30th in Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, students from the School of Music will take the listener on a musical journey to the depths of Indonesia through the beautiful and meditative sounds of a Javanese percussion orchestra. A … Read More

The Courteeners get Leeds “Fucking Cooking” at the First Direct Arena, 18.11.2018

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From sellout shows in front of 50,000 people, to packed out arena shows, The Courteeners seem almost unrecognisable from the band critics 11 years ago stated would be unheard of in a decade. For anyone in the room and within the hazardously close radius of the infamous flares, a “dying … Read More

Tenacious D Saves the World in New Album, Post-Apocalypto

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Six years after their last album, 2012’s Rize of the Fenix, comedy rock duo Tenacious D are back with their fourth album Post-Apocalypto, an album that acts as a soundtrack to the band’s new animated web-series of the same name which was all illustrated by the band. For the 21-track … Read More

Muse Release New Album, Simulation Theory

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Simulation Theory, the eighth studio album from rock band Muse is the commendable effort to maintain the pivotal success of the band’s previous work. Whilst being a matrix for new offerings, it contains no stand out brilliance. That is not to say it is without merit; they continue to be … Read More

In the Middle with Cykada

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London-based outfit Cykada will be a new name to most, but with a line-up that includes members of Ezra Collective, Maisha and Where Pathways Meet, the six-piece are set to be the next great act to emerge from the capital’s fertile jazz scene. The band headline the Soul Rebels Sessions … Read More

The Tin Pigeons at The Lending Room: Excellent Performers, Dated Sound, 13.11.18

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The Lending Room’s size lent an atmosphere of intimacy to The Tin Pigeons’ Leeds gig, as the fans huddled into the room to escape the cold winds outside. An early start to the night saw three support bands take to the stage, though admittedly they were odd choices. Sonically, their … Read More

In The Middle with DMA’s

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If you’re a fan of DMA’s, or have been following them for a while, it’s unlikely that you’ve been able to read much about them without seeing the names Oasis, The Stone Roses, or Primal Scream following swiftly afterwards. These persistent comparisons, whilst impressive, must undoubtedly become tedious for a … Read More