Matt Hetherington reviews Sea Peach

It seduces with its surfaces, impresses with the breadth of its knowledge of popular culture (although who around here doesn't have a vast amount of pop influences to draw on?), even as it makes a claim to some sort of academic credibility with a few snazzy literary allusions, but for me, it's a face with no heart. To this offering you might smile, say 'Thanks for a great night', and go on trawling.

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Moses Iten reviews Ian Ferrier

Ian Ferrier speaks to people lured by the sounds of jamming jazz musicians &#151 the lyricist with a voice deep in sound and thought &#151 inspiring a crowd gathered round in the smoke-filled room, all in different phases of their journeys but nodding to each other.

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