If you are looking for a nice solid piece of raw-edged rock and roll, then Centrifuge’s new one, It’s All Gone, has what you need. It’s not rock, but rock ‘n’ roll…a big difference in my book. Rock music is monolithic, imposing and serious…rock ‘n’ roll swings and boogies and grooves and is a hell of a lot of fun. And It’s All Gone is all of that.

This is the very definition of post-work, Friday night music, either to pay whilst getting ready to have a night on the town or the soundtrack to the evening’s adventures themselves. It’s the perfect blend of abandonment and oblivion and cool sonics.

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