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Mark Wade, jazz bassist: Something Else! Interview

Mark Wade, jazz bassist: Something Else! Interview

Mark Wade’s ‘Event Horizon’ is one of those albums you come back to time and again, because it has deep layers. One listen is never enough.

Jeremy – Christmas In My Heart (2015)

Jeremy – Christmas In My Heart (2015)

A balance of catchy pop, hard-hitting rock and angelic calm, Jeremy’s ‘Christmas In My Heart’ is perfect for anyone who’s tired of the same old songs.

Grand Funk Railroad – E Pluribus Funk (1971): Forgotten Series

Grand Funk Railroad – E Pluribus Funk (1971): Forgotten Series

Grand Funk Railroad were at the top of their game at this point, and yet ‘E Pluribus Funk’ goes largely unnoticed today.

Jeremy – Not of this World (2015)

Jeremy – Not of this World (2015)

Following the lead of bands like Pink Floyd, Yes and the Moody Blues, Jeremy offers a freewheeling collection that transcends his influences.

Overly Polite Tornadoes – When You Wake Up (2015)

Overly Polite Tornadoes – When You Wake Up (2015)

‘When You Wake Up’ is an enthralling expedition into contemporary shoegaze pop from Kalamazoo, Michigan’s Overly Polite Tornadoes.

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.

Forgotten series: Where You Gonna Go?: Motor City Garage Bands 1965-1969 (2008)

Forgotten series: Where You Gonna Go?: Motor City Garage Bands 1965-1969 (2008)

Rich with substance and motion, this set uncovered overlooked Detroit gems.

On Second Thought: The JuJus – You Treat Me Bad (2009)

On Second Thought: The JuJus – You Treat Me Bad (2009)

These songs were an ideal vehicle for the Julus’ energy and vision.

Glowfriends – Gather Us Together (2014)

For the past decade or so, Glowfriends have been thrilling global audiences with their bedazzling brand of pop music. Based in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the band once again has crafted a surefire showtopper with their latest album Gather Us Together

Forgotten series: Glenn Frey and the Mushrooms, “Such A Lovely Child/Burned” (1967)

Forgotten series: Glenn Frey and the Mushrooms, “Such A Lovely Child/Burned” (1967)

Not only is “Such A Lovely Child/Burned” a great single, but it also carries historical weight, as Glenn Frey was the lead singer of the Mushrooms.

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