Wednesday June 3, 2020

Album reviews: Lethal Dialect, Cornershop and Paul Heaton/Jacqui Abbott

A Dublin hip-hop trilogy finishes dark but strong; Anglo-Indian legends negotiate post-Brexit Britain; and two Beautiful South alumni serve up some sardonic pop

8th March, 2020
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HIP-HOP

Lethal Dialect

LD50 Part Three (Working Class Records)

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