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Review: Love, Drink & Death
in Louder Than War

Originally considered something of a novelty/joke band by some (in part due to their image; the ‘Late J-Roni-Moe’ in green body paint), album number three, or four if you count ‘Rare Gumbo’, sees The Urban Voodoo Machine established as one of the most entertaining and show-stopping live bands in the U.K. Sure, they don’t take [...]

Interview: South Wales Argus

Meet The Band: The Urban Voodoo Machine Released earlier this month, Love, Drink & Death is the long-awaited new studio album from The Urban Voodoo Machine. Fans of the group’s unique, dirty London take on a whole lot of styles from Rhythm ‘n’ Blues, Latin, Gypsy, Country, Jazz, Klezmer and more, will not be disappointed [...]

Live Review: Maximum Volume

URBAN VOODOO MACHINE, Captain Jeffery, Brothers Of Caedmon @Birmingham Academy 2, 28/9/14 Urban Voodoo Machine, Captain Jeffery, Brothers Of Caedmon @Birmingham Academy September 28, 2014 On an evening that defied convention so many times it seems entirely right to begin this review at the end. Y’see about 11pm Urban Voodoo Machine finished the last notes [...]

Review: Love, Drink & Death
in Get Ready To Rock

The Urban Voodoo Machine return with their third album and they carry on where they left off mixing rock ‘n’ roll, rhythm and blues, music hall, Latin, jazz, country – nearly every musical style going bar dub step and death metal! Never a band to shy away from doing something different the raucous opener ‘Your [...]

Interview & Live Review:
Louder Than War

Fibbers York, 19th Sept 2014 As I feel it’s my duty to keep a close eye on what’s occurring in the York live music scene, a couple of months ago I found myself browsing the website of premier local music venue Fibbers. Something caught my eye, a feeling of recognition occurred and I clicked the [...]

Review: Love, Drink & Death
in Whisperinandhollerin

'Love, Drink & Death!' is The Urban Voodoo Machine's third album proper ('Rare Gumbo' was a compilation. Usually by the time a band gets to their third album, they tend to have fallen into one of two camps, firstly like The Ramones by the time of 'Rocket To Russia' they have locked into their own [...]