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Winter Tale – Ummagma + A.R. Kane (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

To say that this is a single built around cross pollination, across time, geography and style is still under selling how collaborative and encompassing of long distanced and disparate strands this is. Ummagma are a Canadian-Ukrainian dream-pop act of this … Continue reading

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Archive Treasures – The Unthanks (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

It seems serendipitous that as I sit here the day after Boxing Day catching up with reviews and finishing the last of the port and stilton that the first song to spring from this collection of rarities, outtakes and demos … Continue reading

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The Cadbury Sisters @ The Victoria, Swindon – 27th May ‘15

For a town locked into its nostalgia-fest of tribute and cover bands, there is still the occasional gem to be found amongst the denim clad purveyors of classic rock and the Ellie Goulding wannabees, and The Cadbury Sisters coming to … Continue reading

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New Music of The Day – XLV : Drifting – The Cadbury Sisters

Although known for ethereal folk vibes and sumptuous vocal harmonies, The Cadbury Sisters have set off down a new musical path. They have taken the more commercial elements of their music and combined them with ambient, drifting sound waves to create a … Continue reading

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