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John Fred and His Playboy Band – Agnes English (1967): Forgotten series

John Fred and His Playboy Band – Agnes English (1967): Forgotten series

John Fred and His Playboy Band coupled fun with quality, and ‘Agnes English’ ranks as a perfect example of their vision and abilities.

Jamie Hoover – Two Ever (2014)

Jamie Hoover – Two Ever (2014)

Though a myriad of musical fashions pepper Jamie Hoover’s ‘Two Ever,’ a potent pop feel is engraved within the grooves.

Dan Kibler, Bottle Kids + others – A Kool Kat Kristmas, Volume Two (2014)

Dan Kibler, Bottle Kids + others – A Kool Kat Kristmas, Volume Two (2014)

Even those who don’t celebrate will be moved by ‘A Kool Kat Kristmas, Volume Two,’ simply it’s so melodic and memorable.

Aerial – Why Don’t They Teach Heartbreak at School? (2014)

Aerial – Why Don’t They Teach Heartbreak at School? (2014)

Tingling and trembling with style and substance, Aerial’s ‘Why Don’t They Teach Heartbreak at School?’ is a power-pop epic.

Thirty Steps to Forward – The Bird and The Fool (2009): On Second Thought

Thirty Steps to Forward – The Bird and The Fool (2009): On Second Thought

Warm, tranquil, and making do with minimal fuss, Thirty Steps to Forward’s ‘The Bird And The Fool’ is immaculately alluring.

Julian Leal – A New Beginning (2014)

Julian Leal – A New Beginning (2014)

Catchy songwriting, combined with imaginative breaks supply Julian Leal’s synth-poppy ‘A New Beginning’ with vitality and direction.

Groovy Uncle – Persuaded (2014)

Groovy Uncle – Persuaded (2014)

Groovy Uncle’s ‘Persuaded’ is a priceless portrait of Mod and Northern Soul influences cast in a current attitude.

Princess Planet – The Ritzland Tapes (2014)

Princess Planet – The Ritzland Tapes (2014)

You can hear and feel Princess Planet’s passion rising from the grooves.

Northern Sugar, American Suitcase + others – International Pop Overthrow, Volume 17 (2014)

Northern Sugar, American Suitcase + others – International Pop Overthrow, Volume 17 (2014)

‘International Pop Overthrow, Volume 17′ is buttered to the brim with strong hooks, cracking melodies, divine harmonies and tireless energy.

Michael Lynch, “Mr. Monster / Going the Wrong Way” (2014): One Track Mind

Michael Lynch, “Mr. Monster / Going the Wrong Way” (2014): One Track Mind

Michael Lynch has given us a great little Halloween tune in “Mr. Monster,” with fierce hook lines and a jiggly, jagged bubblegum beat.