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Review: Geese – Projector Rating 63%

Review: Geese – Projector

As soon as I encounter the band Geese it's automatic to trail back to that beautifully brilliant project of Emma Smith's and Vince Sipprell's. which ultimately means any other is geared for failure, unless they absolutely astound. Geese is another band with the same name who actually begin and ends in Brooklyn, as a project between friends to build a home studio out of a basement. Their debut album Projector (out via Partisan/Play It Again Sam digitally on Oct 29th, and then on LP/CD/CAS on Dec 3) is born from the same ambition: make music by any means necessary. Despite liking this ethos, their DIY indie sound is not quite up to scratch to be associating with this bird.

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HEZEN: The song is about the reconnection to my Caribbean ancestors

HEZEN is shimmering with her latest offering So We Happen, a serene track embellished with unique production, creating a cinematic experience. So We Happen takes a journey down HEZEN’s wide awakening experience of finding a home in France. The Fountain caught up with her to discuss the music and the plans for the year.

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Review: All The Names Given by Raymond Antrobus Rating 73%

Review: All The Names Given by Raymond Antrobus

Ground-breaking, visceral and transformative, Raymond Antrobus' new collection meets any high expectation after his acclaimed much-lauded debut collection. His exploratory investigation into language, miscommunication, place, and memory is noted in All The Names Given, while simultaneously getting us to the think about accessibility and inclusivity.

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HEZEN: The song is about the reconnection to my Caribbean ancestors

HEZEN is shimmering with her latest offering So We Happen, a serene track embellished with unique production, creating a cinematic experience. So We Happen takes a journey down HEZEN’s wide awakening experience of finding a home in France. The Fountain caught up with her to discuss the music and the plans for the year.

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Review: No Time To Die Rating 65%

Review: No Time To Die

Enjoying a jaunt around Europe, Madeleine Swan (Lea Seydoux) and James Bond (Daniel Craig) find themselves caught up in a race between two rival organisations who want to steal a secretly developed chemical weapon. Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) must somehow be leading the resurgent Spectre, yet he remains imprisoned and the mystery leader behind their opponents is yet to reveal themselves...

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