20 JunWe reviewed Sauti Sol's new album, Midnight Train
Sauti Sol lead singer Bien-Aimé Baraza referred to his band’s latest offering as necessary therapy for themselves and the world, and, from the moment you press play on the intro, you will feel the uneasiness of developing cabin fever slowly melt away. The Kenyan vocal quintet returns with its latest album after locking itself away to craft this latest opus.
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Aewon Wolf’s return project is a triumph
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The latest in smartphones and gadgets
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Shift your perceptions of seafood at The Prawnery
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