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Band of The Week. Brothers Rasputin

Sadly different doesn’t always mean good, luckily in the case of London’s Brothers Rasputin different means exceptional. These three London audiophiles deliver stylish and slick angular funk with an undeniable groove. Their new EP ‘Get Over It’, was released on 28 August and features a host of  impressive cameos including film composer Patrick Jonsson (the Oscar-nominated Virunga),

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Anthony Strong – Higher Ground (Cover)

Despite building a reputation as much for his classic British style as his swaggering vocals, feel-good live shows and a piano style reminiscent of a young Harry Connick Jnr, Anthony Strong’s biggest achievements so far have all come overseas and, until now, slipped under the radar of much of the British media. Often billed affectionately

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Rude_NHS – Mode Kinetica

RUDE_NHS is a solo electronic artist fusing together jazz, funk and post rock into visionary digital sound-scapes. New single “Mode Kinetica”, which is available for free download on 6/4/15 is an introduction to the Mode I album due for official download release on the 13/4/5 on UK independent Sotones records. An electronic maverick with an experimental approach to music, rude_NHS

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First Signs Of Love No. 136 Alysha Brilla – Immigrant

Last week Alysha Brilla saved us.  She saved us from the most depressing time of the year. Christmas is already a fading memory, the decorations and the tree have gone, and all that’s left is January, a grey, dark, cold depressing month. London aches for blue skies, light morning and sunshine and Alysha Brilla just provided the

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Band of The Week – Carpool Conversation

Unorthodox? Yes. Musically brave? Most definitely! There are many other adjectives one could use to describe the sound of London-based three-piece, Carpool Conversation. Established by Irish-born Brian O’Reilly, the band began experimenting with genre’s, styles and sounds, way back in 2010. Though their energetic indie music comes across as improvised, the bands carefully prepared scat-stylings,