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Sherwood and Pinch: Music Killer – single review

Slightly biased, but for me Sherwood can really do no wrong

Omar Souleyman: Wenu Wenu – album review

Syrian singer Omar Souleyman's first album sees Four Tet in the producer's chair. Simon Tucker reports.

Top Deck Presents Ska Vocals and Instrumentals – album review

Jamaican Ska label Top Deck is about to release a 40 track double CD of some of its’ finest vocal and instrumental tracks.

Dirtmusic: Troubles – album review

Not only is this one of the best albums of 2013, it may well also be one of the best albums you’ll ever hear.

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