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Posted in Music on 7 Jun 2013 • Print This PostRead More...

AN new all-star blues rock supergroup, The Rides, featuring guitarist Stephen Stills (Buffalo Springfield, CSN, CSN&Y), guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd and keyboardist Barry Goldberg (Electric Flag) release their debut album “Can’t Get Enough” on CD, digitial download, and vinyl in the UK on Monday 26th August via Provogue Records.
Produced by Jerry Harrison (Talking Heads), the generation-spanning trio has co-written originals and recorded covers of classics by Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Neil Young and Iggy and the Stooges. “Can’t Get Enough” was inspired by – and is an homage …

Posted in Music on 24 Jan 2012 • Print This PostRead More...

Etta James was a pioneer. Her ever-changing sound has influenced rock and roll, rhythm and blues, pop, soul and jazz artists, marking her place as one of the most important female artists of our time.

Posted in Music on 25 Dec 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

“Stephen Dale Petit – The BBC Sessions” marks a watershed moment in the return of the blues genre to mainstream popular culture.

Posted in Music on 7 Sep 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

For those of you new to the name Michael Kiwanuka, it’s all about the voice. A voice that hits you straight through to the core, with direct, emotional songs about love, yearning, comfort and belonging.

Posted in Music on 16 Jul 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

David Cloud is one artist that is undeniable rare in the sense that he manages to include tributes to the English female, nudist camps, runnin’ for the border, and French writer and WWII resistance agitator Guy De Maupassant into his lyrics, but then again there are few artists quite like him.

Posted in Music on 11 Jul 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

Kill It Kid are back promising “To keep it raw, inelegant and untainted.”

 

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