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Issue 1096

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Smoove & Turrell: Stratos Bleu (Jalapeno Records) album review

Smoove & Turrell: Stratos Bleu Remixed (Jalapeno Records)

Hands down, one of the best albums in its class this year is Smoove & Turrell's "Stratos Bleu". This skilfully remixed set of tunes is a cracking ode to the original release and well worth a listen...

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Aloe Blacc: All Love Everything (BMG) album review

Aloe Blacc: All Love Everything (BMG)

Aloe Blacc has been fairly quiet on the studio album front, it's been 7-years since Grammy-nominated "Lift Your Spirit" graced the chart and did exactly what it said on the tin by lifting our spirits to the max...

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Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar

Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar: Don't Have To Be (Gypsy Soul Records)

The production is great, a real live feel with a nod to the 60's reverb drenched era that everybody loves, hell, listening to this, it's not hard to crack a smile and a beer or two...

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Jersey St : Love Rising Up

It's an extremely lush offering and glossy production with a very wide palette ranging from the corruscating strings and general all round sophistication of opener,Love Rising Up' and 'Carnival'

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Myles Sanko: Freedom Is You

Myles Sanko returns to the fray with a very strong and anthemic offering, while boasting a real deep soul/spiritual feel...

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Kylie Auldist: This Is What Happiness Looks Like (Soul Bank Music) album review

Kylie Auldist: This Is What Happiness Looks Like (Soul Bank Music)

'Melbourne's High Priestess Of Soul' Kylie Auldist delivers a textbook album that makes soul-dance music, well, fun! With glossy production and super funky spacious vibe...

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Roachford: Twice In A Lifetime (BMG) album review

Roachford: Twice In A Lifetime (BMG)

Andrew Roachford is back with a bang on this cracking collection of soul-inspired pop gems. There's a real old school feel about this album, peppered with lyrics pertaining to affairs of the heart...

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Lucky Brown & The S.G.'s: Pecan Trees Speak To Each Other (Tramp)

In the funk and soul genre there are many acts who are just plain unremarkable pushing a retro style that frankly,in many cases can't be bettered...

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The Fantastics! Ft.Sulene Fleming: Take A Shot (BBE)

The pumping arterial blood of the band is no doubt their raw, full-throated vocalist, Sulene Fleming, fresh from her impactful stint with the Brand New Heavies...

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Mica Paris: In Broad Daylight

Mica Paris: In Broad Daylight (Metrophonic)

Mica Paris outpouring on “In Broad Daylight” is not only heartfelt and soul-wrenching but it carries a narrative which needs to be aired and shared...

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