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MUSIC TO MY EARS

Death, metal and all that jazz

Jah Wobble unleashes his all; Mastodon's Emperor has a dark side; and Kronos's turntable also turns heads
Saturday, April 8, 2017 - 05:50

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Jah Wobble’s Invaders of the Heart – Everything is No-Thing

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Mastodon – Emperor of Sand

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"You can immediately hear the difference dynamic stabilisation makes. No other turntable can offer its advantages." - Kronos Audio on its Pro Turntable with Black Beauty tonearm.

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Kronos Audio’s Pro Turntable with Black Beauty tonearm (above)

*Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart - Everything is No-Thing

English bass player Jah Wobble (real name John Joseph Wardle, formerly of punk rock band Public Image Ltd) makes music that defies specific categorisation.

Part-jazz, part-funk, part-dub, part New Age -

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