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Live Reviews
The Big Apple clarinet virtuoso, Don Byron, is something of a musical chameleon - though he's often categorised as a jazz player and currently records for Blue Note, the scope of the music he's recorded over the last decade or so has been so broad, eclectic and all-encompassing that it… Continue>

D12: The ABC, Glasgow (1 April 2009)

By David Craig | 12 May 2009
Published in: Live Reviews
It was obvious from the outset that all the ABC were up for partying with Detroit's finest. After a lengthy absence, and without stars Eminem and the sadly-departed Proof, there was curiosity as to how D12 were going to adapt. No worries necessary as they took to the stage bringing… Continue>

BRANDY: Indig02, London (7th May 2009)

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By Kaydine Biscette | 08 May 2009
Published in: Live Reviews
The last time I saw Brandy perform live was many years ago at the Royal Albert Hall, just after her album 'Never Say Never' had dropped. She looked just as good as she did back then, sporting a new funky-cut yaki weave that was super-shiny, Brandy was pulling out some… Continue>

ANTHONY HAMILTON: IndigO2 (2 April 2009)

By Nat Illumine | 06 May 2009
Published in: Live Reviews
Redeeming a genre nullified by too much sentiment and not enough spirit, Anthony Hamilton blessed a London crowd with his own brand of RnB, drenched in soul and overtly tinged with gospel for one night only. Ripping into decade-long improvisations with his band, Anthony teased the audience mercilessly, tightening up… Continue>

RAPHAEL SAADIQ: Indig02, London (27th April 2009)

By Marsha Gosho Oakes | 29 April 2009
Published in: Live Reviews
Marvin Gaye’s voice boomed around the suddenly darkened venue (London’s Indig02). I’d arrived just 10 minutes before this moment and yet was able to stroll through the waiting crowd to a spacious spot, second row from the front; an unfortunate contrast to Raphael Saadiq’s usually sold-out, packed and eager audiences… Continue>

Q-TIP: The Round House (14 March 2009)

By Russell Myrie | 16 March 2009
Published in: Live Reviews
It's been around 13 or 14 years since Q Tip came to London to perform. That show took place at West London's Subterania to promote A Tribe Called Quest's Beats Rhymes & Life. In the years that followed, there have been many premature announcements. In 1998 Gangstarr, M.O.P And A… Continue>
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