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Velocities In Music

Jake and Tom are two devout music heads who spent the last several years reviewing music on YouTube as Velocities in Music. Armed with two microphones and a podcast, the guys from VIM discuss topics important to music fanatics including artist deep-dives, new music summaries and other on-topic banter.
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Feb 14, 2017

Starting as a young band in London in the late 80s and early 90s, Blur rose to fame in a few short years and helped the Britpop movement reach its peak. In the first episode of this two-part series, we cover their first four albums: Leisure, Modern Life is Rubbish, Parklife, and The Great Escape.

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  • three and a half months ago
    Olga
    Great job, guys! Thank you for such a wonderful review. I'm a huge Blur fan, actually a britpop fan. For me, Blur were the best in that era but I also love Suede, especially their early records with Bernard Butler. They seem to be very underrated. Would be amazing to get a deep-dive to Suede from you. Keep doing a great job with this podcast!