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Tame Impala – Let It Happen

Whilst searching for previous Tame Impala tracks on Music Bore I was completely shocked to find that there were none. 4 albums in, I guess I better right that wrong so here is the opening track from their 2015 album “Currents”. “Let It Happen” (and in fact the whole album) takes Kevin Parker’s music in a whole new direction, but judging by the reaction of fans at the Liverpool Olympia gig last week, these guys are on the verge of something...
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East India Youth – End Result

Bournemouth’s East India Youth got lots of praise for his debut album “Total Strife Forever” but the 2015 follow up “Culture Of Volume” took things up a notch. This track epitomizes the album with huge drums, tight synths and an almost Marc Almondesque vocal throughout....
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Eddie Bo – Hook and Sling

A simple slab of 1969 Uber Funk from Mr Eddie Bo. 1-2-3-4 Get...
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68/75 – Kicking Down The Stalls

Contributor Allan Rickwood suggested this top rocker, “Atlanta based 68-75 are a brilliant band and conjure music exactly as their name suggest. Retro baby. Headed by Suzanne Sledge and Andrew Cylar, they have written a fantastic album, Stay On The Ride, that is steeped in the best Blues/Rock music of that period. They are coming to the UK for the first time, to play Wildwood Festival, next August...
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Air – Venus

French band Air (or “Air, French band” as they portrayed themselves in the early days) have always had a knack at combining haunting synth sounds, beats and vocals. Venus, from the album “Talkie Walkie” is an uber-soundscape and a lovely song. Well done Air, when an album opens with a track like this you know it’s going to be...
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