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Dlina Volny release new album Dazed

If you like 80s Synth bands such as Human League, OMD and Yazoo then you should stop reading this and immediately have a listen to the new Dlina Volny album. This is a good place to start: If you like these, there’s plenty more where that came from on the album, I’ve had it pretty much on repeat since it was released last Friday. The Italians Do It Better label keep putting out superb albums, with both Glume‘s The Internet and Dlina Volny‘s Dazed contenders for album of the year IMHO. Here’s the official announcement. Belarus-based trio Dlina Volny have shared...

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Michael C. Hall’s “Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum” band – Coming to Liverpool

Hands up if you knew that Michael C. Hall who plays the lead roles in Dexter and 6 Feet Under is the lead singer of a band called “Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum”? I must admit it was news to me, despite the fact that their album “Thanks For Coming” and their self-titled E.P. has had rave reviews in heavyweight music titles such as NME and Line of Best Fit. Dexter IMHO is one of the truly great tv shows of all time.  Like many others I found the last couple of seasons a little disappointing in comparison...

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Positive Vibration – Festival of Reggae 2021: Review

This was my first time at Positive Vibration – Festival of Reggae, having wanted to go since it’s inception in 2016, but for one reason or another never made it.  I finally got tickets for last year’s festival and well, you know the rest! It was certainly more than worth the wait – indeed it not only reminded me why I love festivals and live music so much, but also some insight into what makes a great festival. I never really got into online gigs during lockdown, I rarely watch Jools, and gigs in a half-empty venue surrounded by...

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Bernard Place Block Party, Brighton – Photo Review

What could be better than an afternoon in the sunshine watching the cream of Brighton’s musical talent?

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