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Alabama 3: Blues

Alabama 3 show once again why they're the sheriffs of this two-bit blues-rock town.

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The MC Fats Collective: We Gotcha LP 1

Veteran UK drum 'n' beats man, MC Fats, in collaboration with an all-star line up of producers, delivers part three of his enduring legacy.

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Matthew Wilcock: Floating Metal Key EP

Glitched out, wiggy bass music from heavyweight sound designing newcomer Matthew Wilcock

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James Blunt: Moon Landing

Although a pleasant listen, James Blunt’s latest album Moon Landing isn’t a particularly innovative one.

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Owiny Sigoma Band: Owiny Sigoma Band

Owiny Sigoma Band is less dazzling than albums that construct themselves around cresting horns, monumental voices and a series of climaxes and dramas. The charm of it lives in its corduroy texture.

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'Shadows of Progress' Is a Testament to the Best in Documentary Filmmaking

This is one of the best DVD releases of the year. It's so substantial, and so thorough, that it becomes not so much a DVD collection as a small, single-subject library of film.

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'Three and Out': Is This Really Supposed to Be a Comedy?

Why did this UK film go straight-to-DVD in the US? I know why.

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Mowgli: 93

On his new full-length album, British rapper Mowgli assaults your ears with a raw, tangled lyrical flow.

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Tom McRae: The Alphabet of Hurricanes

On his fifth release, late-bloomer Tom McRae continues to search for the same magic that brought him into UK acoustic-folk singer spotlight ten years ago.

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The Big Pink: A History of Love

UK duo gets fuzzy and epic on their debut tribute to '90s shoegaze.

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Ben Reynolds: How Day Earnt Its Night

A thoughtful conversation between him and the guitar.

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Justin Adams and Juldeh Camara: Soul Science

Cross-cultural fusion albums are sometimes criticised for their falseness, but there’s no sense of falseness here, no condescension, simply a set of songs that couldn’t be made in any other way.

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