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    VA - Bargrooves Ibiza (2017) FLAC
    Artist: VA | Album: Bargrooves Ibiza | Released: 2017 | Label: Bargrooves | Genre: House

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    Carlos Do Carmo - Fado E Amor (2013):guit::new:


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    Size: 86,8 MB
    Time: 37:28
    File: MP3 @ 320K/s
    Released: 2013
    Styles: Fado, Folk, World
    Label: Universal Music
    Art: Front

    :sinopse:

    No ano em que celebra o seu 50.º aniversário de carreira, Carlos do Carmo reuniu todos os seus fados, seleccionou onze, os que, de alguma forma, haviam ficado esquecidos durante todo este tempo. E regravou-os de uma forma muito especial, rodeado de amigos. Nada mais nada menos que os melhores intérpretes de fado da actualidade: Aldina Duarte, Ana Moura, Camané, Carminho, Cristina Branco, Mafalda Arnauth, Marco Rodrigues, Mariza, Raquel Tavares e Ricardo Ribeiro, acompanhados sempre pelo trio milagroso formado por José Manuel Neto (guitarra portuguesa), Carlos Manuel Proença (viola de fado) e José Marino Freitas (baixo acústico).

    A encerrar o disco, Carlos do Carmo junta-se à sua mãe, Lucília do Carmo, para um dueto póstumo no tema ‘Loucura’, cuja gravação original da sua voz data de 1960.

    Editado em vários formatos, ‘Fado é Amor’ inclui na sua versão Super Deluxe, em formato livro, traz um booklet de 80 páginas, com fotografias tiradas durante as gravações e um DVD com mais de duas horas de vídeo, com imagens dos primeiros encontros dos fadistas com Carlos do Carmo, ensaios, gravações, depoimentos de todos os convidados e de Carlos do Carmo.

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    01. Por Morrer Uma Andorinha (Com Camane) (4:05)
    02. Julia Florista (Com Mariza) (3:21)
    03. Lisboa Oxala (Com Carminho) (4:15)
    04. Novo Fado Alegre (Com Ana Moura) (2:49)
    05. Pontas Soltas (Com Ricardo Ribeiro) (3:58)
    06. O Que Sobrou De Um Queixume (Com Raquel Tavares) (3:13)
    07. Calçada A Portuguesa (Com Cristina Branco) (2:38)
    08. Fado Do 112 (Com Marco Rodrigues) (3:12)
    09. Vou Contigo Coraçao (Com Aldina Duarte) (3:52)
    10. Nasceu Assim, Cresceu Assim (Com Mafalda Arnauth) (2:50)
    11. Loucura (Com Lucilia Do Carmo) (3:09)


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  • 08/05/17--22:44: Mokoomba – Luyando (2017)
  • Luyando Hailing from a border town in Zimbabwe, Mokoomba is known both at home and abroad as a group of rising stars. The band’s previous releases have been heavy on fusion, mixing rock and dance music with traditional Zimbabwean sounds, garnering praise, awards, and a good number of dub remixes.
    Not so on Mokoomba’s latest. Named for a word that means “mother’s love” in Tonga, one of the first languages ever spoken in the Zambezi Valley, Luyando sees the group finding its roots with more straightforward acoustic sounds in an affectionate tribute to home. Every track feels like a team effort, with strong vocal harmonies and rapid-fire drums often dominating, accompanied by blissful guitar. Stripped down to these bare essentials…

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    …Luyando almost feels like an intimate studio session. Mokoomba unplugged. Established fans may be shocked at the outset, but the change in technique works out well. These sounds are authentic ones to Mokoomba, and there’s an extra touch of warmth to the whole album—it sounds organic, each song made of elements that grow from each other, blossoming together.

    The album begins with “Mokole”, a midtempo piece spiked with hints of soukous. Dedicated to the life-giving Victoria Falls, it ends with the line “Give me some water to drink.” As drought and flood alternately ravage Zimbabwe, the message and Mokoomba’s collective worries and hopes for the region are clear. Emotions stay high throughout the album, with songs like “Kulindiswe” and “Luyando” recalling home and family with a rosy nostalgia.

    Several of the songs are pulled from tradition and arranged by members of Mokoomba; “Kumukanda” and “Vimbe” offer glimpses into the initiation rituals of youth in the Luvale group, otherwise kept secret from those not going through the process. Grieving song “Kambowa” pulls in enough backing voices to evoke the feeling of a large-scale funeral ritual, and melodic “Mabemba” focuses on the day-to-day events of village life, the intertwined relationship between every member of the community.

    At the end, Mokoomba emulates Ladysmith Black Mambazo with “Nyaradzo”, an a cappella track sung in the Mbube style. Unaccompanied, the singers of Mokoomba are nothing but soulful. Going sans instruments can be a bold move for a band known for dance beats, but Mokoomba has the skill for it, and the song rises to the top, ending Luyando on a high note.

    In a nation whose popular music scene has been devastated in the past by deaths from AIDS, Mokoomba has taken on the heavy burden of putting Zimbabwean music back into the spotlight. The group has barely started at this point, only two full albums in so far, and already, it has touched on everything from modern pop music to retro Congolese rumba to classic cultural traditions and back again. It may not have the same youthful vibes and carefree grooves of Rising Tide, but it proves that Mokoomba has grown in the past five years, and whether the group goes back to a more high-energy sound in the future or stays here at its source, Mokoomba does its country’s music scene proud.

    1.Mokole [04:14]
    2.Kulindiswe [04:24]
    3.Kumukanda [04:15]
    4.Luyando [04:09]
    5.Kambowa [03:51]
    6.Njawane [04:53]
    7.Muzwile [04:33]
    8.Vimbe [04:04]
    9.Mabemba [04:31]
    10.Nyaradzo [03:37]


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    SECOND STILL
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    SECOND STILL - 2017






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    Sharon Shannon is a musician who likes to surprise. While she is known for her arrangements of traditional Irish tunes and Irish-influenced compositions, she has always been eager to explore new styles, and to meet and work with other musicians. There are Irish influences here, of course, but these are cheerfully mixed in with often unexpected styles from around the world, including – for the first time – Africa.

    Sharon has perfectly mastered an African/Irish crossover. Justin Adams, who co-produced the album has long been an expert in African (and Middle Eastern) music styles. Justin played on Sharon’s 2007 album ‘Renegade’, and she wanted to work with him again on this project both because of his African connections and because “he’s such a generous musician and I love his fearless approach to music”.

    According to Justin “ever since a latenight music session at her house in Galway, I’ve been aware of the joy and openness that goes alongside Sharon’s rootedness in tradition. My musical passions that have led to immersion in Blues, North and West African music and Reggae sit easily with Sharon’s dancing rhythm, and show the ancient connections from South and East to West and back again, connections we need to celebrate more than ever”.

    It’s her free-wheeling approach that makes Sharon Shannon so exciting. And she puts it all down to the time she spent working with The Waterboys, when there were “no rules as to the type of music played…we could move very easily from a punk song to an old timey American waltz to Irish jigs and reels and onto New Orleans-type blues”. As a soloist, she has continued that approach. Working with Denis Bovell on ‘Out The Gap’, back in 1994, she found that “the reggae rhythm lent a very groovy backing to an Irish reel”. Since then there have been excursions into Argentinian tango, Breton music, American folk and country, and much more besides – including, of course, that massively-successful collaboration with Steve Earle on ‘The Galway Girl’.


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    Azna De L'Ader / Zabaya Жанр : Psychedelic Rock, Afrobeat, Acid Rock, Fuzz, Zamrock Носитель : WEB Год издания : 2016 Издатель (лейбл) : Sahel Sounds Номер по каталогу : SS-034 Страна исполнителя (группы) : Niger Аудиокодек : FLAC (*.

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    320 kbps | 101 MB | LINKS

    Sharon Shannon is a musician who likes to surprise. While she is known for her arrangements of traditional Irish tunes and Irish-influenced compositions, she has always been eager to explore new styles, and to meet and work with other musicians. There are Irish influences here, of course, but these are cheerfully mixed in with often unexpected styles from around the world, including – for the first time – Africa.

    Sharon has perfectly mastered an African/Irish crossover. Justin Adams, who co-produced the album has long been an expert in African (and Middle Eastern) music styles. Justin played on Sharon’s 2007 album ‘Renegade’, and she wanted to work with him again on this project both because of his African connections and because “he’s such a generous musician and I love his fearless approach to music”.

    According to Justin “ever since a latenight music session at her house in Galway, I’ve been aware of the joy and openness that goes alongside Sharon’s rootedness in tradition. My musical passions that have led to immersion in Blues, North and West African music and Reggae sit easily with Sharon’s dancing rhythm, and show the ancient connections from South and East to West and back again, connections we need to celebrate more than ever”.

    It’s her free-wheeling approach that makes Sharon Shannon so exciting. And she puts it all down to the time she spent working with The Waterboys, when there were “no rules as to the type of music played…we could move very easily from a punk song to an old timey American waltz to Irish jigs and reels and onto New Orleans-type blues”. As a soloist, she has continued that approach. Working with Denis Bovell on ‘Out The Gap’, back in 1994, she found that “the reggae rhythm lent a very groovy backing to an Irish reel”. Since then there have been excursions into Argentinian tango, Breton music, American folk and country, and much more besides – including, of course, that massively-successful collaboration with Steve Earle on ‘The Galway Girl’.


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    https://kondiband.bandcamp.com Filed under: Alternative, Alternative Fusion, Alternative Fusion World Music, Electro, Electronic, World Music Tagged: 2017, Afro Music, Alternative, Alternative Fusion, Electro, Electronic, Kondi Band, Salone, World Music

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    Tyler Childers / Purgatory Жанр : Americana, Neo-Traditionalist Country, Outlaw Country Носитель : CD Страна-производитель диска (релиза) : USA Год издания : 2017 Издатель (лейбл) : Hickman Holler Records Номер по каталогу : HHR001-1 Страна исполнителя (группы) : USA Аудиокодек : FLAC (*.

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    CD1
    01. Burning Love – Elvis Presley
    02. It’s Now or Never – Elvis Presley
    03. Love Me Tender – Elvis Presley
    04. Fever – Elvis Presley feat. Michael Bublé
    05. Bridge Over Troubled Water – Elvis Presley
    06. And the Grass Won’t Pay No Mind – Elvis Presley
    07. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ – Elvis Presley
    08. There’s Always Me – Elvis Presley
    09. Can’t Help Falling In Love – Elvis Presley
    10. In the Ghetto – Elvis Presley
    11. How Great Thou Art – Elvis Presley
    12. Steamroller Blues – Elvis Presley
    13. An American Trilogy – Elvis Presley
    14. If I Can Dream – Elvis Presley
    15. Anything That’s Part of You – Elvis Presley
    16. What Now My Love – Elvis Presley
    17. Heartbreak Hotel – Elvis Presley

    CD2
    01. A Big Hunk o’ Love – Elvis Presley
    02. I’ve Got a Thing About You Baby – Elvis Presley
    03. Suspicious Minds – Elvis Presley
    04. Don’t – Elvis Presley
    05. I Just Can’t Help Believin’ – Elvis Presley
    06. Just Pretend – Elvis Presley
    07. Love Letters – Elvis Presley
    08. Amazing Grace – Elvis Presley
    09. Starting Today – Elvis Presley
    10. Kentucky Rain – Elvis Presley
    11. Memories – Elvis Presley
    12. Let It Be Me – Elvis Presley
    13. Always on My Mind – Elvis Presley
    14. The Wonder of You – Elvis Presley
    15. You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me – Elvis Presley
    16. You Gave Me a Mountain – Elvis Presley
    17. Just Pretend – Elvis Presley with Helene Fischer


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    The Bombay RoyaleThe Bombay Royale are set for a triumphant return with their third studio masterpiece Run Kitty Run. A Retro Bollywood fuelled rampage through Psyche-Surf, 80’s Electro-Pop and Desert Rock, Run Kitty Run is, like its predecessors, conceived as the soundtrack to a lost film. The music conjures into life a devastated futuristic landscape peopled by robotic horsemen, killer satellites and grinning sadhus. Overlaid with vocals in Hindi, Bengali and English, the resulting soundtrack is one of love and betrayal, hopeless escapes and unlikely salvation.
    For a band who sound like no one else, three distinctly different albums on the trot is exceptional. On Run Kitty Run The Bombay Royale dive further into their exotic influences, such as revisiting the nervous, rubbery funk of classic…

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    …’70s kung fu classics like Enter the Dragon. Bhediya could be an alternate James Bond theme – one where his vodka Martinis are heavily spiked – while the title track is pure joy and one of their niftiest earworms to date. Time to get lost on another daring adventure through an imaginary Bollywood.


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    Artist: Kumisolo
    Title: Kabuki femme fatale (feat Joe Davolaz) (Instrumentals)
    Year Of Release: 2017
    Label: Alter K
    Genre: Instrumental, World
    Quality: MP3 320 kbps
    Total Time: 00:40:58
    Total Size: 101 mb


    Tracklist:
    01. Voyage (Instrumental)
    02. Pop Girl (Instrumental)
    03. Jungle Lady (Instrumental)
    04. La tete ailleurs (Instrumental)
    05. Kung-Fu Boy (Instrumental)
    06. Pico Pico Robot Woman (Instrumental)
    07. Kabuki femme fatale (Instrumental)
    08. Automne joli (Instrumental)
    09. Ping Pong Machine (Instrumental)
    10. Tous les jours (Instrumental)
    11. Cha Cha Andre (Instrumental)
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    Artist: Bert Jansch
    Title: From the Outside
    Year Of Release: 1985 (2001)
    Label: Sanctuary Records
    Genre: Folk-Rock, Singer-Songwriter
    Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,log,scans) / MP3 320 Kbps
    Total Time: 44:00
    Total Size: 367 Mb / 265 Mb


    Tracklist:
    01 – Sweet Rose
    02 – Blackbird In the Morning
    03 – Read All About It
    04 – Change the Song
    05 – Shout
    06 – From the Outside
    07 – If You’re Thinking ‘Bout Me
    08 – Silver Raindrops
    09 – Why Me (Still Love Her Now That She’s Gone)
    10 – Get Out My Life
    11 – Time Is an Old Friend
    12 – River Running
    13 – High Emotion
    14 – I Sure Wanna Know
    15 – From the Inside

    From the Outside has never featured much in Jansch’s work, given that its original 1985 appearance was on a tiny Belgian label. This version, which is radically different from the 1993 CD version, ditches two songs from the original vinyl and adds another from the sessions ("Blackbird in the Morning") that had previously been unreleased, along with two newer tracks, "River Running" and "High Emotion," while "I Sure Wanna Know" had been on the original vinyl, but not the first CD release. To be fair, the recording didn’t come at the best time in Jansch’s career. He could still pick a wonderful guitar and sing, but this wasn’t the happiest time in his personal life, as he was drinking heavily; songs like "Change the Song" were his cry from within to try and change. There’s a definite starkness to the songs here, and not just the delivery — which is just Jansch himself, no other musicians with him, unusually, playing banjo on the opening "Sweet Rose." Highlights are "Blackbird in the Morning" — how it ever failed to find release before is a mystery — and the album’s two instrumentals, "From the Outside" and the hanging closer, "From the Inside." They fit well with what’s essentially a very introspective set, sometimes almost maudlin ("Time Is an Old Friend") or self-pitying ("Why Me?"). The angry young man of the ’60s still rails on "Read All About It," but it’s a voice tempered by time and reveals itself fully on the bluesy "I Sure Wanna Know." It’s hard to call this classic Bert Jansch, but then again, it’s not bad either — how can it be, it’s Bert Jansch?

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    Artist: Big Thief
    Title: Capacity
    Year Of Release: 2017
    Label: Saddle Creek
    Genre: Folk, Indie Rock, Female Vocal
    Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks)
    Total Time: 41:40
    Total Size: 101 / 254 MB


    Tracklist:
    01. Pretty Things 03:04
    02. Shark Smile 03:58
    03. Capacity 03:51
    04. Watering 03:22
    05. Coma 03:39
    06. Great White Shark 03:22
    07. Mythological Beauty 05:06
    08. Objects 02:42
    09. Haley 03:32
    10. Mary 05:30
    11. Black Diamonds 03:34

    The trails that Brooklyn’s Big Thief — Adrianne Lenker (guitar, vocals), Buck Meek (guitar), Max Oleartchik (bass), and James Krivchenia (drums) — take us down on Capacity, the band’s highly anticipated second record out 6/9 on Saddle Creek, are overgrown with the wilderness of pumping souls. After last year’s stunning Masterpiece, Capacity was recorded in a snowy winter nest in upstate New York at Outlier Studio with producer Andrew Sarlo. The album jumps right into lives marked up and nipped in surprisingly swift fashion. They are peopled and unpeopled, spooked and soothed, regenerating back into a state where they can once again be vulnerable. Lenker’s songs introduce us to a gallery of multifacted women and deal with the complicated matters of identity – at once dangerous and curious, though never unbelievable. Lenker shows us the gentle side of being ripped open. Tricked into love, done in and then witnessing the second act of pulling oneself back together to prepare for it to all happen again, but this time to a sturdier soul, one who is going to take the punches better than ever before and deal some jabs and roundhouses of their own. The album is thick with raw, un-doctored beauty: most of the songs on Capacity were played for the first time in the studio and were recorded the same day. “There is a darker darkness and a lighter light on this album,” Lenker explains. “The songs search for a deeper level of self-acceptance, to embrace the world within and without. I think Masterpiece began that process, as a reaction from inside the pain, whereas I feel Capacity examines the pain from the outside.”

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    Artist: The Big Eyes Family Players
    Title: Oh!
    Year Of Release: 2016
    Label: Home Assembly Music
    Genre: Folk, Pop, Electronic
    Quality: FLAC (tracks)
    Total Time: 33:29 min
    Total Size: 187 MB


    Tracklist:
    01. Pendulum 02:14
    02. Across The Waves 03:12
    03. Desert Queen 02:51
    04. Ghosts 04:03
    05. Joyce 04:00
    06. Witch Prickers Dream 02:28
    07. The Blind Punch 02:58
    08. Song For Thirza 03:19
    09. Ray 02:54
    10. Reeves’ Lament 02:16
    11. Like Saviours 03:14

    "The group, who have previously collaborated with the likes of James Yorkston, Alasdair Roberts and Rachel Grimes, are now a slimmed-down 5-piece with a sound that veers closer towards the 60’s psychedelic pop of the likes of United States of America and Broadcast than it does to the instrumentals or folk songs Big Eyes are perhaps best known for.
    ‘Oh!’ consists mainly of self-penned, vocal-led songs, written by James Green and Heather Ditch with themes ranging from family dysfunction, to hauntings, to fictional historical events. The centrepiece of the album is the dramatic ‘Joyce’ which concerns the true story of Joyce Vincent, who was found dead in her flat in London three years after she died, her TV set still on, unopened Christmas presents at her feet, whilst another highlight, the wonderful ‘Song For Thirza’ is the only cover on the album – a little-known song by Lal Waterson and a true-story about a girl who lived with the Waterson family, rescued from the workhouse back in the 1950’s.
    The sound of the album is perhaps best described as psychedelic pop, with fizzing organs and droning synths, flutes, reverbed guitars and bass and playful drums swirling around Heather’s delay-soaked vocals. The album was recorded in Sheffield, UK, and produced by Sheffield music-maestro Dean Honer (I Monster, Eccentronic Research Council, Moonlandingz). Also guesting on the album is viola and saw-player Aby Vulliamy (National Jazz Trio of Scotland/Trembling Bells/Aidan Moffat).”

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    Artist: VA
    Title: Bassic Instinct No. 3
    Year Of Release: 2001
    Label: Stereo Deluxe
    Genre: Future Jazz, Downtempo, Latin, Deep House
    Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
    Total Time: 1:14:34
    Total Size: 426 MB


    Tracklist:
    01. Jaffa – Sneakin’ (Vocal)
    02. Mo’Horizons – Superworld
    03. Trio Éléctrico – Return Of The Coconut Groove (Raw Deal Mix)
    04. Boozoo Bajou – Divers (Funky Lowlives Remix)
    05. Moodorama – Viama (Short’n’Funky Version)
    06. The Strike Boys – Vida La Revolución
    07. Jaffa – Elevator (Fred Everything Mix)
    08. AtHome Project – All In My Mind
    09. Soul’n’Soda – El Sol
    10. Mo’Horizons – Foto Viva (Nicola Conte Mix)
    11. Moodorama – Are You Comin’
    12. Boozoo Bajou – Lava
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    Artist: Family Atlantica
    Title: Cosmic Unity
    Year Of Release: 2016
    Label: Soundway Records
    Genre: World, Ethnic, Fusion
    Quality: FLAC (tracks)
    Total Time: 36:47 min
    Total Size: 261 MB


    Tracklist:
    01. Okoroba 04:38
    02. Enjera 03:12
    03. Cacao 03:36
    04. Visa 00:41
    05. Puerta 02:05
    06. La Humanidad 03:31
    07. El Río 00:44
    08. Baião Infinito 03:25
    09. Neti Neti 03:01
    10. Near the Ocean 00:16
    11. Efik 03:21
    12. Blue Atlantic 01:05
    13. Cosmic Unity 03:18
    14. Blanca y Negra 00:54
    15. Canto de Pilón 03:00

    2016 release, the follow-up to their eponymous debut, an album that won the band a range of awards including Songlines Magazine’s Best Newcomers 2015. Cosmic Unity, like the band itself, mirrors the mixed-up, intercontinental terrain of their home town. Moving through genres as diverse as psychedelic highlife, steel-pan Ethio-funk, calypso, baião and scorching equatorial jazz underpinned by deep afro-Atlantic dance rhythms, they have created a cohesive, forward-looking sound that echoes classic tropical recordings of the past whilst still sounding fresh and contemporary. Lush string and horn arrangements give way to acidic commentary on the immigration system and slavery as well as incantations of unity. Producer and multi-instrumental director, Jack Yglesias (also a core member of the underground pyschjazz- funk unit The Heliocentrics) leads the explosive ensemble. Alongside Jack, the band features the powerful vocals and poetry of Venezuelan diva Luzmira Zerpa and the percussive West African mastery of Nigerian/Ghanaian Kwame ‘natural power’ Crentsil as well as Adrian Owusu (guitar).

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    Over the last couple years Thomas Calder has blossomed into a stalwart of the Brisbane songwriting community. Whether it’s at the helm of his band The Trouble with Templeton or through his solo project, delightfully christened Daggy Man, Calder has consistently produced music as delicate as it is powerful. Now with his debut solo album, ‘A Lazy Kind of Pain’, Calder presents a collection of his rawest, most unapologetically emotional songs to date.

    There’s something so familiar about ‘A Lazy Kind of Pain’, like an old dressing gown or a favourite pair of slippers, it’s provides an invisible comfort. Stripped back to an acoustic guitar, subtle keys and that oh-so-emotive voice Calder invites us inside his head and pushes us to the realisation that, in the end, we’re all feeling the same god damn things. A concept that he understands is both comforting and frightening.


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    Artist: Francis Cabrel Title Of Album: Les Beaux Degats Year Of Release: 2004 Label: Columbia Country: France Genre: French Pop / Chanson / Folk Quality: DST64 2.0 / 5.1 image (iso) Bitrate: 1 bit / 2,8224 MHz Time: 58:12 min Full Size: 3.68 GB

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    William The Conqueror – Proud Disturbed Of The Peace2017 seems to be the year of artists going solo, independent, or otherwise walking away from major record deals. Ruarri Joseph has established himself a member of this trend, leaving his solo folk career behind for more grungy shores, hoping that a new direction would allow him to loosen the restraints on his creativity which was otherwise being restricted by record label demands.

    Joseph’s new band William The Conqueror (featuring drummer Harry Harding and bassist Naomi Holmes) is another reminder that separating oneself from a major industry label can be artistically freeing, and their debut album Proud Disturber Of The Peace is a sign that William The Conqueror know how to work that new found freedom into a consistent and enjoyable album.

    After one listen to the band’s debut release it is clear that trying to label Joseph’s newest project with a specific genre presents a challenge. There are hints of country in the guitar hooks and bluesy rhythms are peppered throughout the album, while the overall feel and the band’s laid back approach to performance says good old fashioned rock ‘n’ roll.


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