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If The Kaiser Chiefs are dropping your name in the context of ‘Best International Band’ then something must be going right.
Having dropped his debut album ‘Consequence Music’ with its Neu-meets-Air stylings on independent big smoke label Gronland Records late last year, he follows things up this month with a four track
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Andrew Whiteman is a real hustler. A carpe-diem sort of guy.
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