Iggy & The Stooges – Raw Power, by Fatima Meah

Classic albums should be deemed classic not because of the sheer number of records theyve sold commercially (although in some cases that is a factor but by no means an important one), but how they were able to withstand the musical whims of generational fads. How they managed to capture the imagination of their audience and reflect the feel and voice of a generation. Raw Power by Iggy & The Stooges does exactly this.

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Sonic Boom Six plus support @ The Peel, Kingston

 August 6th 2009, Review by Jacques TwoTone

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Faith No More @ Tel Aviv, Isreal Review by Dj Rex

One of the greatest live shows I think I have ever seen…maybe it was the fact I was on holiday… maybe it was the fact I’d spent the day in Jerusalem or maybe it was a lot of things. But I really believe that it was mostly due to the fact it really was just a great gig, as well as a great moment in Rock n Roll history.

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Sonic Boom Six – City of Thieves by Jacques TwoTone

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Agonoize @ Dark Castle Festival

14th July 2009, Review by Dj Rex
Photography by Nick Von Fiction

Not usually a fan of the one man on keys and another on vocals line up.. (I usually find it all a bit too much like karaoke) but Agonoize came across as much more than just that.

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Weep – Never Ever by Ian Fford

Label: Projekt
Release date: 2008
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