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Thoughts for Tonight: The Beatles

As a young child I naturally rebelled against music my parents would play me. Like every other brat, listening to a strangely eclectic mix of Oasis, Michael Jackson, the Spice Girls, Steps, and Sash!, I r... Read More...
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Thoughts for Tonight: Organ Morgan

Playing with a downtempo, nu-jazz, trip-hop sound that isn't too much of a distraction from The Avalanches, Lemon Jelly, or Mr. Scruff, Organ Morgan should be whipping up a storm soon. I've been listening t... Read More...
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Thoughts for Tonight: Jamie Jones

The past few weeks have been fairly hectic, and unfortunately, this column has suffered its weekly spot, so expect a few over coming weeks to compensate. Jamie Jones' debut album, to be released 31st Aug... Read More...
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Thoughts for Tonight: Idlewild

Idlewild always have a strange way of getting away it. It being a pop-rock cliche of staple-dynamics, melodic choruses that are always moments away from melancholia, and electric-guitar parts your mother still ... Read More...
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Thoughts for Tonight: Jamie T

So your resident Thoughts for Tonight column has indeed been missing for nearly a month now; moving house and being internetless has been hectic, and ultimately stilted the columns for a few weeks. My interne... Read More...
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Thoughts for Tonight: Summer

Firstly apologies for the delay in this column, and I'll forewarn that I am in the processing of moving house. Thus, over the next few weeks internet access is uncertain, and so if you don't see a column from... Read More...
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Thoughts for Tonight: Geddes

About five years, in a rather misguided part of my teenage years I listened exclusively to British indie guitar music; The Libertines and any of their inferior denotations had prime place in any playlist, com... Read More...
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Thoughts for Tonight: Example

Mike Skinner (The Streets) until January of last year ran his own hiphop-based record label 'The Beats'. Competing in the media world that this is, and with an adulation to make people laugh, Skinner and frie... Read More...
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Thoughts for Tonight: Planet Earth

Last November, I went to visit a friend who is studying at Manchester University. After the initial shocks that come to someone living in London; the stark difference in temperature, the accents, and incredib... Read More...

artist interview :: corno

  Creating and living the artist life in Manhattan's favorable section of Soho, Joanne Corno energetically captures beauty and elegance on her oversized canvas paintings. With just the right splashes of... Read More...

interview :: beat radio

From Long Island, New York, Beat Radio is the beautiful and genuine work of singer/songwriter Brian Sendrowitz. Nostalgically written full of sweet guitar folk-pop arrangements, cathartic melodies and melan... Read More...