Front-to-Back Album Reviews: Moby - Everything Was Beautiful And Nothing Hurt

Moby has been prolific. Highly prolific with over 100 albums. The New Yorker can probably lay good claim to being both loved and loathed; on the negative side for trivialising and popularising techno, and on the positive, bringing thought to it?

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The History of Hi-Fi: The 1950s

This is Part One of our fun look at the history of hi-fi from the 1950s until today.

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Front-to-Back Albums: Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls - Be More Kind

Although some of the music is really, really good, it’s just not an album that invites you to your easy chair for forty-eight minutes of listening. To me that’s kind of a shame because – as usual – Frank Turner has some good things to say and he says them in a very musical way.

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Hi-Res Treasures: John Coltrane - Blue Train

John Coltrane is as important to American jazz as anyone else in the genre. Blue Train released in September 1957 is the quintessential be-bop record and certainly a record that should be in the collection of anyone serious or curious about American be-bop.

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Front-to-Back Albums: Okkervil River - In the Rainbow Rain

In The Rainbow Rain is an adventurous listen start to finish, but the payoff is that Sheff seems incapable of doing any wrong with his songwriting.

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