Expect album reviews thick and fast this week, with today's review being the new Hipsters 2 compilation on Acid Jazz. Released on 13th June (but available to order now) on both CD and vinyl, it is the label's second collection of modern-day garage and mod bands. There's even room for […]
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The excellent Rare Mod EP series on Acid Jazz continues with a real gem for its fifth instalment – an EP from Sharon Tandy. It's an interesting one too, with the lead song actually written as a potential Eurovision entry for the 60s hipster. But From Mexico With Love never […]
We mentioned last week that Andy Lewis was playing live in London, presumably playing a good chunk of material off his new 41 album. A review of that mini album is now online, a selection of tracks written and recorded in the latter months of 2010 and released as a […]
We mentioned a short while back about the new 41 album from DJ / musician and latter-day Paul Weller band bassist Andy Lewis. Check back if you want the full lowdown on that. Or if you want to hear it live, read on. Andy Lewis is playing at The Bowery, […]
The latest collection of mod rarities from Acid Jazz is reviewed online.
His last music outings were a modern spin on a northern soul sound, but the new material from Andy Lewis, going by the name 41, casts the net just a little wider.
It’s an interesting time for Acid Jazz to be releasing Hipsters 2 as we seem to be at something of a crossroads when it comes to ‘mod’ bands. Bands have always been part of the mod scene, whether that was British acts reinterpreting soul and R&B tunes in the 60s […]
No, you did read that correctly, this is a new John’s Children album, going by the name of Black and White and released via Acid Jazz.