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Scene and Heard  –  CCLXXXV : Hourglass – Daarien feat. DJ Tallah (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Hourglass is a song which says so much about the musical world we find ourselves in today. With the abandonment of the old tribal allegiances, the hard and fast rules which created rigid styles, musicians are freer to make music … Continue reading

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Circuit  –  Rowan Coupland (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Folk music, like any other genre has to move on, it’s only healthy after all. But the trick is not to move quickly and radically but to evolve rather than revolt. And for every Fleet Fox or Mumford and the … Continue reading

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Dropping Like Flies –  Murmur Tooth (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Much has changed in the Murmur Tooth camp since 2016’s The Room. Now a solo musical vehicle and described by its creative driver Leah Hinton as being “dedicated to the passing of time, to the peeling of memory and to … Continue reading

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Marla and David Celia European Tour

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Peace Begins at Home – Sea + Air (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

  Music is always going to be the sum of its maker’s influences, whether those reference points are consciously included or otherwise. On their latest single, the traditional music of Eleni Zafiriadou’s Greek birthplace and the classical background of Daniel … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day CXXIV : Walnuts – Gurr

When two best friends start a band, songs get filled with inside jokes. In My Head takes the listener on a journey of Andreya Casablanca and Laura Lee’s friendship, their life, and a step further into the world of Gurr. Having met in … Continue reading

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Le Thanh launches crowdfunding project for latest album

If, like us here at Dancing About Architecture, you were  seduced by the exotic charms of Le Thanh’s last album Elephant, you will be pleased to hear that she has launched a crowd funding project to help make the latest … Continue reading

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Fireflies – Mr. Dog The Bear (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

I received some new music from dreamscape collective Mr. Dog The Bear today and was driven to issue the following warning. I don’t know who you are. I don’t know what you want. If you are looking for kickstarter funding … Continue reading

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The Room – Murmur Tooth – (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

A couple of years ago I found myself in the basement of a Berlin bar watching a young band called Mushi Features work their way through a set of charged, intense, doomy rock and riot grrrl sensibility. Bands change, people … Continue reading

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L.A Slacker Indie-Electro duo Sego announce tour and remix

 L.A duo Sego have announced UK and EU tour dates, including The Great Escape, Dot to Dot, and a special London date at Dalston’s Servant Jazz Quarters. The band, who’s critically acclaimed slacker-indie-pop debut album will be released in the … Continue reading

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