Music Review: Sam Isaac – When The Lights Went Out About four years ago, in a dingy pub-cum-gig-venue in Norwich, England (called, if I remember correctly, The Queen Charlotte, located about five minutes from my then front door with a splendid line of Iced Strawberry Daiquiris at £3 per giant-sized pitcher), I saw Sam Isaac for the first time. Squished in between the bar... Continue Reading →

Music: Ones to watch in 2011

It's that time of year again; time for round ups, retrospective opinions and contemplative previews. As December draws to its wintery end and the world gears itself for a fresh batch of 365 days seen in with a decent amount of revelry here's some music to add to your NYE playlist of acts to watch... Continue Reading →

Album review: Tinie Tempah Disc-Overy

Released 4th October 2010 9/10 What do Dysons, Mallorie Blackman, Scunthorpe and Simon Cowell have in common? Any ideas? No? I'll tell you. They all feature in lyrics on Tinie Tempah's brand new album, Disc-Overy; his debut no less. Instantly likeable from the first play, Tinie has created a monster of a major label debut... Continue Reading →

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