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Life on Mars – The Black Astronaut (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Well, that’s a new one on me. Hip-hop has always had something to say, at its most basic it is boastful and self-aggrandising, at it’s most clever it is observational and socially aware, but listening to Land of The Lost … Continue reading

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Ursa Minor – Fassine (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

There are many perks of being in a band, one of the less obvious ones is being perfectly equipped to pay tribute to your musical heroes, those who shaped your formative years and who may have even been the reason … Continue reading

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Fingers Crossed – Ian Hunter and The Rant Band (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

  A lot seems to be made of the passing of our rock icons these days but  not only the continued existence of Ian Hunter, but the fact that at the grand old age of 77 he is still releasing … Continue reading

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