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This second Kindness album improves on 2012’s debut, ‘World, You Need A Change Of Mind’, but not by much. ‘Why Don’t You Love Me’ is a decent Prince pastiche, and…

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Doing a sleek re-tread of the go-go classic from Trouble Funk called ‘Still Smokin’’ is one thing; adding in a chorus that sounds like it’s sung by Kid Creole’s Coconuts…

[a]Kindness[/a] – aka Adam Bainbridge – appeared in August 2009 with a wicked cover of The Replacements’ ‘Swingin’ Party’, then vanished. Amid the smartly rendered pastiche of this debut, Bainbridge…

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A slow-mo return to the dancefloor from Adam Bainbridge as he leads us by the hand around a Chicago nightclub circa 1988. It’s all retro drums, twinkly key effects and…