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King Kool – Scuzz Bombe Review

A band describing themselves as ‘slabs of rocket engine driven soul hacking rock’n’roll’ might sound pretentious. However, British duo King Kool could have found the right set of words to

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CEO – Wonderland Review

CEO, or rather Eric Berglund, finally released its long anticipated second album Wonderland earlier this month, after teasing us with singles Whorehouse and Wonderland for the last couple of weeks.

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Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow Review

Welcome to the beautiful weird world of Bombay Bicycle Club. Their latest album, So Long, See You Tomorrow, is one of the first top albums of the year. It even

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Hey Sholay – ((O))

((O)), Hey Sholay’s recently released debut album, sounds like a nice, breezy spring day in May. You know, one of those days without any clouds to be seen in the

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Moke – Collider

If we have to believe what we read in press releases, living legend Paul Weller is a big fan of Dutch Britpop-outfit Moke. So was I. Yes ‘was’ and not

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Cave Painting – Votive Life

Cave Painting’s Votive Life is a great feel good album with tracks that set an ambience that you still want to be a part of for a while after the

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Conveyor – Conveyor

Brooklyn based Conveyor released an EP earlier last year, which gave us a first impression of their innovative, yet ADD mix of electronics, acoustic sounds, melodies and harmonies. Often described

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I Am Oak – Nowhere or Tammensaari

I Am Oak is Thijs Kuijken, or Thijs Kuijken is I Am Oak or, well… you get the point. Besides being a talented photographer (he for example did the artwork