Category Archives: Drum and Bass

TRICKY D-EQUANIMITY.

TRICKY D-EQUANIMITY. Dean Bagar has done just about everything in music. He’s managed bands, founded record labels, owned a record shop, DJ-ed and worked as a producer. Back in 2000, Dean collaborated with General Electrick and DJ Deckar as Fab Factory. They released several singles and an album. However, the one thing Dean hadn’t done …

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MIAOUX MIAOUX-LIGHT OF THE NORTH.

MIAOUX MIAOUX-LIGHT OF THE NORTH. When the long-list for 2012s Scottish Album Of The Year was announced, this celebration of Scottish music, demonstrated just how eclectic the music Scotland’s musicians have been producing. The twenty albums featured everything from indie rock, pop, electronica, folk, jazz, dance and R&B. One album incorporated not just variety of …

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OLIVIA DE LANZAC-SPANISH MONK.

OLIVIA DE LANZAC-SPANISH MONK. Recently, I had the pleasure of reviewing Olivia De Lanzac’s forthcoming album for BBE Music Uncut, which will be released on 26th November 2012. This will be Olivia’s sophomore album, and the followup to 2010s Baby Let’s Play House. Uncut is a genre-crossing collection of compelling and eclectic tracks. It’s almost …

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MORE LIKE TREES-FULL CIRCLE.

MORE LIKE TREES-FULL CIRCLE. Just nineteen months after More Like Trees played their first concert in an East London pub, the London-based, acoustic trio release their debut E.P. Full Circle on 26th November 2012, on BBE Music. Ever since that debut gig, More Like Trees have built a loyal following and in the process, while …

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OLIVIA DE LANZAC-UNCUT.

OLIVIA DE LANZAC-UNCUT. For Olivia De Lanzac, whose new digital album Uncut has just been released by BBE Music, her musical journey has seen her cross two continents and live in three countries. Olivia was born in the Congo, brought up in Greece and now, is based in London. This journey has influenced Olivia’s musical …

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