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Wait For Tomorrow – Plummie Racket and The Dicemen (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

There is a point, fairly early on during The Lab Rat, the opening salvo of this latest e.p, when you get to reflect on the how far the man at the centre of all of this has come. At just … Continue reading

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

Gold Medal Position: Blind Faith – Black “Blind Faith is an exercise in restraint, the guitar work of long-term associate and album co-writer, Calum MacColl, forms wonderful structures, sonic bubbles that often do little more than frame the songs allowing … Continue reading

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All Aboard – Plummie Racket (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

As much as I liked The Racket, especially the early gutter punk approach to Brit-pop that they fell into, what has come crawling from the wreckage in the shape of Plummie’s solo work seems a real step up. Hot on … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago – Plummie Racket (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Prowling centre stage armed with a microphone, raybans and Brit-pop service issue Parka, at the eye of the storm that is The Racket, it is easy to lose sight of just how accomplished a songwriter Plummie Racket is. The band … Continue reading

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