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Steal The Light

Label: Efpi Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Wormholes; Sketch; Bells; Cosmoss; Morecambe; Los; Ghostly; The Aftermath.

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Chris Montague: Warmer Than Blood

Read "Warmer Than Blood" reviewed by Chris May

Spring 2020 has produced two notable albums from British guitarists. In April we had Rob Luft's exquisite Life Is The Dancer (Edition). In May we have Chris Montague's own-name debut, Warmer Than Blood. Like Luft, Montague writes engaging tunes and both albums are engagingly melodic; Montague's arrangements, however, are more open-ended, giving the music a collective ...

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Let Spin: Steal The Light

Read "Steal The Light" reviewed by Chris May

Formed in 2014, London's Let Spin is an electric quartet peopled by musicians who emerged around a decade earlier as part of a scene which was rather lazily dubbed “punk jazz" by British music journalists. The music was certainly loud, irreverent and in-your-face, but it was played by musicians who were conservatoire graduates, a demographic not ...

Let Spin

Label: Efpi Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Castle, Sea, Ferry; Awowowa; How to Woo a Dolphin; Shapes and Sizes; 102 Hill Street; Piper; Up and at Them; A Change is Coming.

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Let Spin: Let Spin

Read "Let Spin" reviewed by Roger Farbey

This eponymously titled album emanates from a new and exciting British band, which although the brainchild of its guitarist Moss Freed, is not actually his band as such, in that there is no formal leader and each of the quartet share equal composing duties. Freed has already made two fine albums under his own name (under ...


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