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The 10 most popular posts of the year.

Everyone else is doing it so why not I. This end of year round up is one based purely on statistical factors, i.e. the most reader hits on the post, the idea of my personal preference is a moot point … Continue reading

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

Gold Medal Position: The Primitives E.P. – Art Nickels As they skitter across psychedelic, ambient and krautrock genres they weave a sound tapestry of fuzzy discordance, washy electronica and hazy vibes that seem to be tumble in and out of … Continue reading

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Everything Changed – L. A. Davis (Spectra Music Group) reviewed by Dave Franklin

If Changes (Nothing to Lose) acted as a teaser for this release, it only hinted at what musical treats were going to be served up with the elbowroom that a full-blown album affords. And although Everything Changed stays within the … Continue reading

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

Gold Medal Position: Change – Nothing To Lose – L.A. Davis (London, UK) But it is Davis voice than makes this stand apart from other pop prodigy’s. His soulful and gravely tones come as a welcome change (pun intended) from … Continue reading

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Change – Nothing To Lose – L. A. Davis (Spectra Music Group) reviewed by Dave Franklin

So, here we are, first review of the year and so lets start with something both outside our normal brief but also lyrically poignant as the kick off point for a new year of writing about new music. L.A. Davis … Continue reading

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