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Soma Sundays #5: Mark Henning

As with many genres, there’s an abundance of house and techno music out there to listen to and it can be difficult to know where to start or who to listen to next. This is why we’ve decided to team up with the ever-respected house and techno record label, Soma Records, to give you the low-down on their artists and bring you up-to-date with some important producers you should know about.  For Soma Sunday #5 ...

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Soma Sundays #4: Secluded

As with many genres, there’s an abundance of house and techno music out there to listen to and it can be difficult to know where to start or who to listen to next. This is why we’ve decided to team up with the ever-respected house and techno record label, Soma Records, to give you the low-down on their artists and bring you up-to-date with some important producers you should know about.   Soma Sunday #4 see ...

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Soma Sundays #3: Jeff Derringer

As with many genres, there’s an abundance of house and techno music out there to listen to and it can be difficult to know where to start or who to listen to next. This is why we’ve decided to team up with the ever-respected house and techno record label, Soma Records, to give you the low-down on their artists and bring you up-to-date with some important producers you should know about.  For Soma Sunday #3 ...

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An Interview with New Street Adventure

Soul isn’t dead, there are many artists out there keeping things soulful and one of the UK’s soul representatives are the group known as New Street Adventure. In 2012 we enjoyed reviewing their EP Say It Like You Mean It and now the group are gearing up to release their debut album No Hard Feelings on Acid Jazz Records, to be released on October 27th 2014. New Street Adventure have taken their time to relea ...

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An Interview with The Crytearions

Photo Credit: Jason Kane The Crytearions (TC) are dubbed as a new wave or punk-type band from Belmullet, Co Ireland. However, what is strange about The Crytearions is the fact that it is all one man – Jimmy Monaghan. Monaghan has recently released his third album under the moniker The Crytearions, which he refuses to put on any social media outlets because that’s pretty much the type of thing “the whole pro ...

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