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[Music:Expose]

The Q release debut ep

“Issues” is the debut EP from The Q, a mod revival band from Gloucestershire UK.
[Music:Expose]

Spotlight on The Perceptions

A long harboured dream comes true for ex-JTQ members. Read on!
[Music:Expose]

Trummor & Orgel feat Magnus Carlson - Somebody stole my thunder

Brand new, good for you! Investigate!
[Music:Expose]

Die Profis: Neue Sensationen und alte Geheimnisse CD

Die Profis came from Düsseldorf and released an album back in 1982. Now it's finally available on cd. Read on.
[Music:Reviews]

Various Artists - The Godfather's R&B (BGP)

Mike Travis checks out the early production work of James Brown
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[Gallery:Pictures]

Italia a go go 2002

Snapshots from All Saints Mod Holiday in Lavarone, Autumn Stone 3 in Cattolica and a Bologna soul night at the Covo. Nancy Yahiro brings her visual report from a truly happening Italy.
[Music:Reviews]

The Chords - At the BBC (Detour)

Detour records gives you yet another nostalgic excursion into three-chord teenage angst mayhem. Lots of bad noise of course but does The Chords stand the test of time? By Bengt Wallman
[Music:Reviews]

Various Artists - Blue Orleans – Blue Notes From Basin Street (Blue Note/EMI)

Guaranteed to put a smile on your face and your feet in motion. Holy gumbo Batman, it's a top rated compilation! By Karsten Östlund.
[Music:Reviews]

...Ain't It Funky Now! Flat out funk from the jazz brotherhood (BGP)

BGP issue a bangin' new compilation of Prestige Funk Jazz. Music Editor Brian Poust is here to help preach the gospel to you.
[Fashion:Male]

Absolute Beginnerism- Wristwatches

Is the wristwatch just something that upsets the line of your cuff? Or one of those indispensable details that are necessary for a perfect ensemble?