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Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad Interview

Posted in Interviews, Reviews with tags , , , , on April 4, 2010 by Mike Cotton

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Tim Barry- 28th & Stonewall

Posted in Reviews with tags , , on February 11, 2010 by Mike Cotton

Tim Barry ex-lead singer of punk rockers Avail can still rage but delivers an album of sincere and heartfelt songs.

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Billy Bragg- Hero of the Left

Posted in Reviews, Video with tags , , , on January 30, 2010 by Mike Cotton

Music and politics, especially politics of the left, are two things that always go hand in hand and Billy Bragg is one musician who epitomises this more than most.

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Slightly Stoopid- London Scala- 05/10/2009

Posted in Reviews with tags , , , , , on October 17, 2009 by Mike Cotton

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Sonic Boom Six

Posted in Reviews with tags on April 11, 2009 by Mike Cotton

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SB6 are restoring my faith in British music.

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Kiwi The Child- Unlimited Edition

Posted in Reviews with tags on January 16, 2009 by Mike Cotton

Roots reggae from Jersey City? Well Jersey is not exactly a hotbed of reggae. What has emerged though is Kiwi The Child, a duo consisting of Vera and Alex. Their album is 25 tracks of pure roots reggae, Alex plays the guitar and sings whilst Vera provides vocals/harmonica. The simplicity of the album is its most charming feature. Quite how they came to being playing reggae is an interesting story, judging by their myspace page they have travelled the length and breadth of the Americas and seem to have picked a few pointers along the way. They have infuse reggae, roots, soul, Latin, and jazz into one CD, they speak of the environment, politics, travel and living life. I implore you all to check out Kiwi The Child. www.myspace.com/kiwithechild

The King Blues- Carling Islington Academy 22/10/08

Posted in Reviews with tags , on October 24, 2008 by Mike Cotton

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