Friday, March 31, 2017

March Review

This month, as Britain transitioned rather wonderfully from winter to spring there was plenty of new stuff musically that caught my ear. good new albums from The Shins, Valerie June, Moonlandingz, Real Estate, Spiral Stairs and on this last date of March the new Goldfrapp record which does the crunchy, cinematic dancefloor things we already know they do rather nicely. Also promising tasters of forthcoming albums from Fleet Foxes and Benjamin Booker, Grandaddy, just fabulous live at the Hoults Yard in Newcastle on Jason Lyttle's birthday, and a wonderful album from Mount Eerie called A Crow Looked At Me, which almost acts as a self-assistance manual, to help listeners cope with                                                                            personal loss.

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