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Belvedere Hindsight and Sixth Sense Review

Canadian legends of the skate punk scene Belvedere have come back swinging after a five-year hiatus to create a stellar sixth studio record ‘Hindsight Is The Sixth Sense coming out of the Thousand Island and Lockjaw records respectively in May earlier this year. The old school punkers have upped their game to whole a new level with bone-crunching riffs displayed by newest members Dan Wollach on Guitar and Ryan Mumby […]

todayFebruary 15, 2022 48 1

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Patti Boulaye: Aretha and Me

Many moons ago before Simon Cowell came on the scene there was a talent show called NEW FACES. It proved to be a good starting point for several entertainers who later became celebrities. One of these was Patti Boulaye, who was the only contestant ever to get maximum points from the judges. This highly boosted her career in the music business. Prior to her appearance at The Astor Theatre about […]

todayDecember 16, 2021 106 2

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Slackrr Live at Poco Loco

Previous Next Photos by Michael Dickson On a damp autumnal evening, Southampton melodic punk outfit Slackrr performed at the vibrant punk rock/Mexican venue where the burritos are hot and the tunes were plentiful. The trio is easily shaping up to be some of the best young talent the UK has to offer in the scene and it's not hard to see why. Already gaining notoriety through the likes of Kerrang, […]

todayNovember 29, 2021 27

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Dreamers by Chaser Review

When this record by Chaser was released earlier this year, I was at half-mast. It's an instant classic and it seemed as though Christmas had come early. The sound resonates with so many in the punk rock community and this grabs you by the jewels from the get-go… Bravo. From the opening track ‘Fight of our Lives' with the smashing bass intro and familiar lyrics to accommodate it that lots […]

todayNovember 17, 2021 29 2

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Samara Joy – ‘Samara Joy’ Review

Since Jazz On The Beach started broadcasting in late September it has featured a number of tracks featuring Samara Joy, either from her own album or guesting on another. As a core artist of the new programme and one of the most exciting new jazz singers for some time, here’s my review of her new album that was originally published in www.londonjazznews.com There have been plenty of good things written […]

todayNovember 6, 2021 26 1 2

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