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Leap In The Dark: Music Review: Xavier Rudd & The United Nations - N...
Nanna by Xavier Rudd and The United Nations, released on March 17 2015 in North and South America on the Nettwerk Label, is the latest relea
Leap In The Dark: DVD Review: The Last Pogo Jumps Again
When people talk about the early days of punk rock London, England and New York City (NYC) always feature prominently in their conversations
Leap In The Dark: DVD Review: Looking For Johnny - The Legend Of Johnny ...
It's been a long time since the hay-days of punk rock in New York City, and even a longer time since the original line up of the New York Do
Leap In The Dark: Music Blu-ray Review: Peter Gabriel - Back To Front: L...
Most of the time popular culture looks to the past it's for purposes of reliving past glories or for wallowing in nostalgia. Very few of us
Leap In The Dark: Music Review: Rebirth Brass Band - Move Your Body
New Orleans holds a grip on most North American's imaginations. Little wonder when you consider the fact the city is a meeting place for so
Leap In The Dark: Television Preview: Vicious Starring Sir Ian McKellan ...
Mainstream television and film's depiction of homosexuals has always been tentative at best. While openly gay characters have been showing u
Leap In The Dark: Book Review: Spirit Quest by Bob Mackenzie and Sharlen...
Over the years humanity's relationship with nature has become sort of twisted. On the one hand we admire the beauty of a spectacular sunset
Leap In The Dark: Blu-ray Review: Jack Irish, Set 2
While some countries are known for exporting raw materials and others for manufactured goods, Australia is rapidly becoming known for the fi
Leap In The Dark: Blu-ray Review: Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries: Series 2
At the end of WW l a great deal of the world seemed to decide the time was right for a very large party. The decade that followed, which has
Leap In The Dark: Music Review: Willie Watson - Folk Singer Volume 0ne
When immigrants from the British Isles came over to North America they brought the songs of Ireland, Scotland and England with them. As thes
Leap In The Dark: Book Review: Irenicon by Aidan Harte
What if? Two of the most important words in any fiction writer's arsenal, take on special meaning to those who posit realities alternate to
Leap In The Dark: Music Review: Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey - Goin...
The early 1960s saw the rise of an incredible number of blues based rock and roll bands in of all places the British Isles. The Animals, Led
Leap In The Dark: Blu-ray Review: George Gently, Series 6
There are occasionally those really good television shows which manage to not only capture the spirit of the times they're set in, but also
Leap In The Dark: Music Review: Steve Conte - The Steve Conte NYC Album
One of my favourite authors, Christopher Brookmyre, in his book Not The End Of The World described New York City (NYC) as a place where "An
Leap In The Dark: Music Review: Hafez Nazeri Untold: The Rumi Symphony P...
Ever since the first of their three West Meets East collaborations was released in 1966 many other musicians from both East and West have at
Leap In The Dark: Music Review: IR 29.1: New Generation Dub
One of the biggest crimes committed by the music industry has been their ability to co-opt, dilute and turn even the most radical of genres