Tag: jazz

The Baghdaddies –

World/Ska Middle East/Geordie musical hummus/pease pudding. I heard The Baghdaddies on XRP radio‘s “tagged” show last night. Thought they would be worth checking out. They were. By the way, I get a fair amount of new music via XRP radio, if you

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Introducing Mango Factory from Bristol

Introducing Mango Factory Eight piece funk/soul/blues band from Bristol Sunwest is one of three festivals of music and real ale / real cider that take place in Ilfracombe at the Landmark Theatre. The festivals attract top quality acts from the

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Breaks Collective – Devon based hip-hop with a twist.

Introducing The Breaks Collective Hip-Hop with a twist, from Devon OK, a bit of background here. I don’t usually like hip-hop. When I set up the GUBIC competition I honestly assumed and expected that all the bands would be, broadly

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Lenny Savage – stunning eclectic retro sensation from Bristol

Introducing Lenny Savage Hailing from the Bristol area, Nailsea to be more exact, is this young and unconventionally beautiful singer, songwriter, guitarist, and band leader. Her songs often evoke an era that she is far too young to remember with

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Tankus The Henge – Album review The Last Days Are Coming

Review of the debut album from Tankus The Henge Regarding the album title, The title of the album would appear to be “Tankus The Henge“, however on my media player (taken from the CD) it lists the title as “The Last Days

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Digital Earth – Unique jazz/hip-hop/soul crossover

I’m generally a rock fan at heart although I do like other stuff as well. But this band really must be amazingly good to get me tapping my foot, and singing along to Hip-Hop and then listening to it again

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