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Fofoulah: Daega Rek – album review

Are the people of The World ready for the genre busting Fofoulah and their astonishing Afro-Dub explosions?

Bixiga 70: Quebra Cabeça – album review

If you need an album in your collection to dance yourself bad to, this is it.

Bokante and Metropole Orkest conducted by Jules Buckley: What Heat – album review

A word of warning with What Heat – be careful not to let it pass you by. This is stunning beyond expectation and will have you pausing for breath on many occasion. Amazing.

박지하 Park Jiha: Communion – album review

An album that isn’t always easy to listen to but will no doubt hypnotise and enchant with its criss-cross of moods, pace and sheer bravery.

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

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