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Song Of The Day – The Best Songs Of 2017
Howdy! So, that’s 2017 nearly over, and, given my Christmas was pure misery thanks to being bed ridden with the flu for nearly all of it, good riddance to them both. Speaking of hoping for better, here’s the best songs … Continue reading
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Essential Listening: The Best Albums Of 2016
For progressives (a term I loathe personally, as it implies – and it most cases applies – a self-righteous monopoly on the truth) 2016 may well go down as one of the worst in recent memory; Brexit, Trump’s unfathomable election, … Continue reading
Posted in Essential Listening Tagged Alex Cameron, Autechre, Blackstar, Blond, David Bowie, Elseq, Essential Listening, Fat White Family, Frank Ocean, Furfour, Grumbling Fur, Jessy Lanza, Jumping The Shark, Konnichiwa, Leonard Cohen, Merry Christmas everyone, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Oh No, Skeleton Tree, Skepta, Songs For Our Mothers, The Best Albums Of 2016, You Want It Darker Leave a comment
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