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Benjamin Clementine

Benjamin Clementine – “I Saw A Fly” Review

The craziest genius of 2017?

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Out Lines

Out Lines – “Conflats” Review

Heart breaking tales from the darkest depths of Scotland

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Sarah Walk

Sarah Walk shares title track from upcoming debut album

She’s still angry… and now she has an album! My ears are ready.

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Tori Amos

Tori Amos – “Native Invader” Review

It’s not very often that I purposely delay reviewing something, but when I first listened to Native Invader, I initially felt quite underwhelmed. There were four or five songs that jumped out immediately but the rest felt quite bland and meandering. For the lady whom I currently regard as my favourite musical artist, I was […]

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Sluka

Introducing… Sluka

Bowie esque in more ways than one.

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Higher Plain Music’s Top 25 Albums of 2016

My 25 best albums of 2016. Happy New Year!

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Tori Amos

Tori Amos – “Boys for Pele” Remastered Deluxe Review

Shaving every audio clip that she’ll bring…

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Tori Amos

Tori Amos showcases unreleased track

20 years later and it’s still a work of painful beauty

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Douglas Dare – “Aforger” Review

2016’s album for the dark, damp, and trodden on is here

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Sarah Walk

Video Vault – Sarah Walk

My new piano based hype

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James Halloran

Introducing… James Halloran

How to kill everyone in revenge using one bowl of punch and a piano

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Sarah Walk

Introducing… Sarah Walk

New piano rock songstress to set our worlds alight

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Higher Plain Music’s Top 25 Albums of 2014

It’s time to share Higher Plain Music’s top 25 albums of 2014

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Tori Amos

Tori Amos – Unrepentant Geraldines Review

Tori Amos returned back to her more piano based roots for her latest album Unrepentant Geraldines in 2014 after a foray off in the world of Orchestra. In many ways, it feels like the most stripped back and grass-roots album she has made in many years. It borrows from previous albums’ cues but has a […]

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Duologue – “Never Get Lost” Review

Genre bending sometimes requires patience for the reward…

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Video Vault – Paper Aeroplanes

English duo return and dust off their powers

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Introducing… Miss Kenichi

Enter a new challenger to the female singer/songwriter clash!

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Sarah McLachlan – “Shine On” Review

Surfacing part two

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Maximum Satan – “Bardbarian OST” Review

Mosh-a-clock?

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Live Concert Review – Tori Amos (London 2014)

Lady of the keys

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