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& BEYOND: ‘Run’ by Driving Lolita – JMist Remix / FREE DOWNLOAD

Kicking off the first in a month of free downloads, Driving Lolita give you ‘Run’ – JMist Remix Free, gratis, livre, kostenlos – FOR NOTHING Well almost… Driving Lolita‘s generosity over their latest release is part of the promotions for their upcoming headline gig, at The Queens Head in Islington, London – happening on Thurs April 25th So it […]

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& BEYOND: Driving Lolita @ The Old Queens Head (Islington, London), Thurs Apr 25th + ‘Run’ remix downloads

Driving Lolita, the London based Electro Punk outfit, are giving away remixes of their latest release – ‘Run’, throughout April. Every Tuesday this month, a new track will be available for download at www.drivinglolita.com – starting with the JMist remix, coming out tomorrow. Diving Lolita are releasing their ‘Run’ remixes as part of the build […]

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ALBUM: ‘The Huntress’ – Mediæval Bæbes

Words by Ann Sulaiman Six albums have passed since the Gregorian a cappella group, Mediæval Bæbes, came into being with their charming take on European folk music. Now album number seven, ‘The Huntress’, sees ‘the Bæbes’ revisit similar ground in time for the yuletide holidays. Described as a celebration of “feminine energy”, ‘The Huntress’ contains […]

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ALBUM: Under Mountains – Rachel Sermanni

I found Rachel Sermanni during Fin Greenall’s recent Perfect Darkness tour; the Scottish singer songwriter had been supporting Fink across Europe. I didn’t see her perform, it was another dark haired songstress at the Birmingham gig, but after Google searching my curiosity I found a bevy of online broadcasts. Hhmmm, ‘Breathe Easy’… alright, let’s give […]

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ALBUM: Delilah – ‘From the Roots Up’

By Ed King The danger of waiting for something is unmet expectation. And the longer you wait, the bigger the let down. Delilah’s debut album had been scheduled for release twice (by my counting), before its final issue date of July 30th, and felt frustratingly late. Thankfully it’s brilliant; with the realistic ups and downs […]

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