The Greatest Beats Of Your Heart: Andy Smith

 

New, Old, Undiscovered or World Renowned; The Five Records You Can Always Turn To

Continuing the series of music articles in which individuals select five records particularly special to them, we today feature Andy Smith‘s own selections and present the latest instalment of Tuck Magazine’s ‘The Greatest Beats of Your Heart’.

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The Greatest Beats Of Your Heart: Pete Marriott

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New, Old, Undiscovered or World Renowned, The Five Records You Can Always Turn To

Continuing the series of music articles in which individuals select their own personal choices particularly special to them, we today feature Pete Marriott and present the latest installment of Tuck Magazine’s ‘The Greatest Beats of Your Heart’.

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Less Obvious: An Alternative Best Of

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OLDSCHOOL HIP HOP  –  PART THREE

If a poll was taken in any country of the best records from a certain musical genre then more often than not it would contain roughly the same selections. Don’t get me wrong, this is by no means a bad thing as it is always worthwhile to highlight good music, but this often means that other equally worthy tracks are neglected and shunned to time’s fading wayside.

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Less Obvious: An Alternative Best Of

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OLDSCHOOL HIP HOP  –  PART TWO

Beats and rhymes come in many shapes and forms, the forgotten more often than not those that sound fresher when rediscovered.

In the second part of Tuck Magazine’s alternative Hip Hop compilation we revisit a further twenty important gems that just itch to be scratched and heard.

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Less Obvious: An Alternative Best Of

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OLDSCHOOL HIP HOP  –  PART ONE

Not even the most gifted of fortune tellers or prophets could have predicted just how popular Hip Hop would become at the time of its birth way back in 1973 at block parties and jams in old New York.

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