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Tracks of the month


All the posts in this section are listed below, most recent first. Click the title to see the whole story.

Imperialism leaves behind germs of rot which we must clinically detect and remove from our land but from our minds as well.

4 October 2015 |

You know there is a drought of good music when swathes of the music press tell you Marks to Prove It, by the Maccabees, is the album of the summer. So in the never-ending search for new and exciting music, I have spent the last month buying reissues and crate digging.

11 August 2015 |

The protest song is back and its return can be dated precisely to 9 August 2014. On that day a police officer shot and murdered an 18 year old black man, Michael Brown. Since then, we have seen a number of artists produce songs of rage, lament and protest.

7 July 2015 |

I have had a busy and exciting month and have had no time to write up my tracks of the month, so apologies for the delay.

15 October 2014 |

Soul and madness, reggae and bass: this pretty much sums up my favourite tracks this month.

3 August 2014 |