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In A Moment – Black Lab  (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

“I like working alone and also I like collaborating.” Andy Ellis’ seemingly dualistic statement may have been an irreconcilable conundrum in a previous age, but thankfully the technology of the modern world means that he can still weave his magic with the other half of Black Lab, Paul Durham via the long distance file-sharing that... Continue Reading →

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Yesterday – Xalser (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

This latest song from Xalser takes pop along some interesting sonic pathways. It starts off in fairly familiar territory, a chilled, soulful, R&B groove built of sultry tones and casual beats, doing exactly what you might expect it to. And then about a minute in it mutates into a wonderful, futuristic, alternative-dance hybrid. Although dance... Continue Reading →

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