Beautiful Baby Elephant. Review by Andrew Ellis.
Translation (Foreverything Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Better Now (How Now Brown Cow/Redeye). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Andrew Ellis talks to former Jackopierce frontman Cary Pierce about his career and why he feels blessed.
Battle of Life (Self-released). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Something Borrowed (Speake Records/ForEverything). Review by Andrew Ellis.
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Wishlisting (New Model Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Go (RCA). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Nine Days went from having a Top Ten smash hit to having no record deal in the space of two short years. But as Andrew Ellis found out, the band’s front man John Hampson doesn’t spend too much time wallowing in the past - he’s too busy making music.
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Greatest Hits (Aware). Review by Stein Haukland.
Wonderful (Veronica). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
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