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Groove Armada

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Groove Armada: Northern Star (Tummy Touch/CD/LP)

Review by Stephen Dalton, New Musical Express, 21 March 1998

JUST ONE of the trade names of Tom Findlay and Andy Cato, London club promoters and jazz-funk veterans, Groove Armada's debut album is an oddly ...

Groove Armada: Blissful Beats

Interview by Neil Mason, Melody Maker, 8 May 1999

MOST PEOPLE would have a raft of tunes. Andy Cato and Tom Findlay go one better. They're ain't called Groove Armada for nothing, you know. ...

Groove Armada: Mellow Fellows

Interview by Sheryl Garratt, The Observer, 9 September 2001

IT'S A HOT summer afternoon, Tom Findlay and Andy Cato have cold beers, and we're all sitting on a terrace in west London overlooking the ...

Groove Armada: Leadmill, Sheffield

Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 23 October 2001

ACKNOWLEDGED KINGS of chill-out, Groove Armada's music works best in certain environments, ideally a Mediterranean beach, hours after closing time. However, presenting chilled-out sounds within ...

Groove Armada: Idle Warship

Interview by Scott McLennan, Rip It Up (Australia), October 2004

Unlike their UK dance contemporaries Faithless, the rumours of Groove Armada's imminent demise remain firmly denied by the duo themselves. While Tom Findlay recently commented ...

Groove Armada: Soundboy Rock

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, Summer 2007

SOME ACTS whip up a frenzy of anticipation and excitement without even trying. Groove Armada aren't one of them. ...

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