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Natural Causes –  Anton Barbeau (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

You can tell a man, they say, by the company he keeps. Okay, hardly the most up to date cliche to kick off a 2018 music review with but apt none the less. Apt because the mercurial Anton keeps excellent … Continue reading

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King’s Daughters Home For Incurables – Karla Kane (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

I don’t know why I should be surprised that someone from the sun strewn West Coast of America should deliver one of the most authentic sounding folk records of the year so far. It isn’t like music belongs to any … Continue reading

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The Top Three – The most read articles on Dancing About Architecture for April ‘15

Gold Medal Position: Night of The Hunter – The Creature With The Atom Brain.  “Rooted in hypnotic psychedelic grooves that speak to the heart rather than the head, this platform is used as a base from which to assault the … Continue reading

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Matilda Effect – The Corner Laughers (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

There is always something very special about bands making music that sits outside time and fashion and if lead single, Fairytale Tourist, hinted at this quality in The Corner Laughers then it still didn’t prepare me for what was to … Continue reading

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New Music of The Day – XX: Fairytale Tourist – The Corner Laughers

The Corner Laughers release their new surf-pop single, “Fairytale Tourist,” from the upcoming album, Matilda Effect, due out June 12. The track’s carefree sunshine-pop melody and whimsical imagery is the ideal soundtrack to summer.   “Fairytale Tourist” takes its story … Continue reading

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