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Thomas Lang: Scallywag Jaz (30th Anniversary Edition) – album review

one of those great albums that seemed to slip through the net and consequently off many music fans radars.

Mista Savona: Mista Savona Presents Havana Meets Kingston – album review

Havana Meets Kingston is a vital shot of celebratory joy and a testament to the power of human collaboration.

Gregory Porter: Nat King Cole and Me – album review

Gregory Porter: Nat King Cole and Me - album review. Jon Kean hunkers down with Gregory Porter's nostalgic new winter-warmer of a release.

Rosie Bans: Identify Yourself – album review

It’s been a long time coming but Identify Yourself was well worth the wait.

The NJE: Afloat – album review

The NJE embark on an innovative voyage. Afloat, their debut album offers flamboyant meanderings and new perspectives. Bryony Hegarty reviews.

Fold: Written In The Sky – EP Review

The sound of multiculturalism and the positives that that brings to the world. Another great release by a band quickly establishing themselves as one of our most important voices.

Hue And Cry: Pocketful Of Stones – album review

Pocketful Of Stones is a fine return to top form from the Glaswegian brothers

Listen To This! Labyrinth Lounge announce new single.

It's time to 'tell The people that it's time to stand up and be strong'

Ashley Reaks: Track Marks – album review

dive right in and have a taste and, Track Marks is as good a place as any to get yourself immersed.

Jupiter & Okwess: Kin Sonic – album review

Jupiter & Okwess release second album Kin Sonic and blend Congolese heritage with modern styles

Goldie’s The Journey Man & The Return Of The Alchemist

June 16th sees the release of the brand new and highly anticipated album by Breakbeat/Jungle original Goldie. To celebrate, Simon Tucker looks back at...

King Ayisoba: 1000 Can Die – album review

blending traditional with modern and even hints of the future.

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