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    Nick Hakim - Green Twins

    Liking this quite an unusual album.


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    And he's opened his entire archive free to all.

    https://www.neilyoungarchives.com/
    Which is taking up a lot of my time!

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    Pete Perret’s ‘How the West was Won’ album is brilliant. Pete’s the former singer in ‘new wave band’ The Only Ones - ( ‘Another Girl, Another Planet’ 🎵) - he battled serious drug addiction and now plays in his excellent band that includes his two sons. Well worth a listen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Clash View Post
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    Pete Perret’s ‘How the West was Won’ album is brilliant. Pete’s the former singer in ‘new wave band’ The Only Ones - ( ‘Another Girl, Another Planet’ 🎵) - he battled serious drug addiction and now plays in his excellent band that includes his two sons. Well worth a listen.
    I haven't heard his new album but been meaning to give it a listen. Caught a bit of his interview on 6music the other week which was a good listen. Probably still available on catch up if anyone is interested.

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    I haven't heard his new album but been meaning to give it a listen. Caught a bit of his interview on 6music the other week which was a good listen. Probably still available on catch up if anyone is interested.
    I’ll try listen to that later today. He’s got some stories to tell!

    You’ll not be disappointed with his latest album Mr. W, particularly Jamie’s guitar playing. Jamie dabbled with Pete Docherty in the Libertines years ago and is really impressive now. If you get the chance to see the Pete Perret band live - I’d strongly recommend.

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    Curtis Harding - Face Your Fear

    This is a great listen.
    I'm really enjoying this album

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    Prince Of Tears - Baxter Dury

    You’ll recognise the voice as it’s Ian Dury’s son.

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    Prince Of Tears - Baxter Dury

    You’ll recognise the voice as it’s Ian Dury’s son.
    On my car playlist atm.

    He's really grown into himself with this album. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    On my car playlist atm.

    He's really grown into himself with this album. Love it.

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    Going to see him in February in Glasgow Just watching a video about the making of Steely Dan s Aja Album and Ian Drury waxing lyrical about Fagan snd Becker s jazz fusion on the Album


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    Jason Isbell and the 500 Unit - The Nashville Sound

    Highly recommend his previous album, Something More Than Free, also.

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    Only heard a few tracks from their new album but I’m enjoying Shame a lot. One Rizla and Tasteless are outstanding.

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    Mr Jukes - God First.

    Been out a few months I think.

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    Been listening to Errorsmiths 'Superlative Fatigue'.....Pretty weird but I suppose thats the reason I've had it on repeat all day

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    First Aid Kit - Ruins

    Superb

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    First Aid Kit - Ruins

    Superb
    Was listening to the track Rebel Heart last night Their vocals dovetail beautifully
    They made Emmylou Harris cry when they played Emmylou to her live Not normally my cup of tea music wise but agree Superb


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    Was listening to the track Rebel Heart last night Their vocals dovetail beautifully
    They made Emmylou Harris cry when they played Emmylou to her live Not normally my cup of tea music wise but agree Superb


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    Not really my thing either but they are so talented.

    They were live on 6music last week and as you said their vocals are something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Not really my thing either but they are so talented.

    They were live on 6music last week and as you said their vocals are something else.
    The track Wolf from their earlier Album i love


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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    First Aid Kit - Ruins

    Superb
    Played it twice and not really into it yet but far better than Stay Gold which was so bland. Still hopeful it could be as good as The Lion's Roar, doubt it though.

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    Been a good year for new albums so far.

    Of Mice & Men, 'Defy' has been getting played a good bit lately. Surprisingly enjoying it (didn't think I would after the departure of Austin).

    Looking forward to Friday, when Don Broco release Technology - they've released about 6 singles from it already, and it sounds like it's going to be sublime.

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    Wide Open - Weaves

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    Had 'Con Todo El Mundo' by Khruangbin on repeat all week...Laid back, psychedelic bliss..

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    Great new album release from the James Hunter Six - "Whatever It Takes" ...

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    .... Die spinnen, die Briten ....

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    Don Broco, Technology, is the absolute nuts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronniekirk View Post
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    Was listening to the track Rebel Heart last night Their vocals dovetail beautifully
    They made Emmylou Harris cry when they played Emmylou to her live Not normally my cup of tea music wise but agree Superb


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    Watched that song on YouTube a few times. You could see that the music and lyrics really hit home with Emmy Lou. Great performance!

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    Django Django new album. Lively harmonies. A sound all their own.

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    Django Django new album. Lively harmonies. A sound all their own.
    Don’t know why but really can’t stand the couple of songs I’ve heard.

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    MGMT - Little Dark Age

    1st album is a classic next 2 not so much this seems to be a return to form.

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    MGMT - Little Dark Age

    1st album is a classic next 2 not so much this seems to be a return to form.
    Loving this album already.
    Congratulations is far better than Oracular Spectacular IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClewsHibs View Post
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    Loving this album already.
    Congratulations is far better than Oracular Spectacular IMO
    Saw them in Brixton on Wednesday. Was really looking forward to it but have to be honest - they were very disappointing. Most reviews said the same. More to do with their ‘couldn’t be arsed’ attitude, messing about in stage, 10 mins of nowt between songs coz their computers had to be rebooted.

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    Hollie Cook Vessel of Love. Top production team and a nice album for a sunny day (which I'm waiting for)

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