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North America, USA, Music Reviews Cicaeda and Caruso at The Adelphi - 20th April 04 By Michelle Dee
Cicaeda hail from Baltimore, Maryland. Their sound comes from somewhere between Sonic Youth and Parvo. Adriana Pateris, the hippy-chic front woman sounds not unlike Justine Frischman from Elastica. It's brash, thunderous waves of sounds interspersed with all kinds Read more...

North America, USA, Music Reviews, Musicians
give back to hometown children in the arts charity with compilation CD.
Artists and Musicians with roots in Southern Kentucky recently came together in the recording studio to benefit the Son Rhea Foundation, a children and the arts charity. The CD compilation project, dubbed Jambodians, features Grammy winners Sam Bush, Greg Martin (Kentucky Headhunters) Read more...

Europe, Sweden, Music Reviews - Culloden
By Fredrik Joachimsson
My Name is Fredrik Joachimsson from Sweden. I formed my band Culloden in 2002, and we've been rehearsing since. Not a single show have we played yet! I've worked hard to get the sound that I wanted, both on the CD's that I produce and with the guys that I play with! Throughout these two years I believe I've changed a lot musically. It started when my first keyboard .. Read more...

Europe, Uk, Music - Watch out for bogus competitions on
the Internet By Glenn Williams (Lazyswede Productions)
Back in 1998 I saw on the internet a song writing competition and decided to read more about it. The more I read, the better it sounded but something in the back of my head told me something was not right with this! I decided to email them and they replied sending me the entry forms and a short note stating that this year the competition was free! Read more...

Asia, Russia, Music - Dr. Agranovsky &
The Black Bread Band
What are bands made of? Sometimes of haphazard people and stuff bound by a chain of coincidences. Sometimes they are assembled on purpose, but that's another story. Dr. Agranovsky - man and group - grew out of the Moscow "kitchen blues". This story started in 1972, when Agranovsky brothers (parents off on vacation) had their home open for part-time-job-most-time-rambling musicians and Moscow.. Read more...

North America, USA, Music Reviews, Jambodians
By Michelle Dee
Kentucky has been hiding a secret. No poultry-pickers, it's not the Colonel's secret recipe. No, it is the diverse collection of Grammy award winners on the Jambodians CD. I have just been given a copy of this CD to listen to. A thought went through my mind as the first track started; Read more...

Europe, Sweden, Music Reviews - A nightmare at the
Rönne River bar Sweden - Confusion From L:A
By P.O. Rydeström
We had been given a gig at a pub in a small town called Ängelholm in the south of Sweden. This was after the owner of the pub had heard about our three piece band, comprising of two guitarists and I on saxophone and this bar was called the "Rönne River bar". It was in the middle of the summer and we weren't exactly looking forward to playing in a smoke filled pub on such a hot night. Read more...

Asia, Russia, Music - Arsen Shomakhov
& Ragtime Blues Band
Russian guitar player, singer and songwriter Arsen Shomakhov formed the blues band Ragtime in 1991. The music of this guitar trio can be described as a mixture of contemporary electric blues, funk and rock. Over the last 3 years Arsen Shomakhov and Ragtime became one of the leading acts on the Russian blues scene. Read more...

Europe, Uk, Music - Sending Out Demos - Some Simple
Advice By Glenn Williams (Lazyswede Productions)
There are thousands of demos posted daily to record companies and radio stations and managers etc. The chances of them all being heard is so small that sometimes it hardly seems worth bothering. In many cases, the problem is simply to do with the packaging of the product. I must admit, I was also once guilty of sending out a CDR or a cassette with just my telephone number.. Read more...

Europe, Uk, Music - SIT UP and Listen to Riley by Cilla
Dave Robertson, Riley song writer has a way with words. You can just hear a ghost of a twang of his Liverpudlian accent come through. Just enough to melt one or two hearts, I suspect. And the tunes? Well, I can't stop listening. They stick in your brain. Sit Up, the single from their new EP is, to me, their most memorable song. The lyrics are simple; like the Sunday morning when you woke up .. Read more...

Europe, Uk, Interviews - Riley and Emma Rugg by Cilla
In October last year, Hulls most talented female singer/songwriter Emma Rugg accompanied the brilliant West Midlands band Riley on a 5 day visit to Oneonta, Upstate New York. With the backing of Mi5 Recordings mi5recordings.co.uk and in association with BBC Radio Humberside's Raw Talent the British performers were to play in an Mi5/Vines Restaurant Acoustic Concert. Read more...


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Africa, Poetry - Mosi Oa Tunya
by Michelle Dee Clark
Smoke that thunders, masking the coming storm
Young men of Chinoyi disappear
Men and women tortured for telling the truth
Tyrannical regime, that's what they fear
And who, are they?

South America, Articles - La Patagonie Argentine
Anne Levy
La plupart d'entre vous le savent, sommes rentrés depuis bientôt trois semaines, avons bien sûr interrompu la canicule.Dès le lendemain de notre arrivée, un violent orage éclatait, il n'avait pas plu depuis 3 mois sur Marseille, la température tomba instantanément de 10 degrés. La presse même accueillit notre retour. Les faiseurs de pluie étaient rentrés, même chez eux, leur don restait intact.
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North America, Articles - My September 11th 2001
Moses Serruya
I'd spent the better part of my working life in Wall Street, having migrated over on the software developer slave trade back in the early 1990's, so Manhattan was in effect my second home, and I had often cause to visit clients in various floors of the nearby twin towers.

  Europe, Uk, Poetry
Carol Coiffait
Photographs by
Andy Hogben
  Asia, Iraq, Soccer
Kurdish HASSG Lions and Qandil
Weekly look at this Kurdish and Qandil teams progress.
  Europe, Uk, Music
Riley Band

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