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Jason Lewis
Reviews Editor

Jason Lewis is a Birmingham based music, movie and arts obsessive.

Jason's encyclopedic knowledge of 80s/90s Arts films is a debt to his embedded status in the Triangle Arts Centre frontlines back then.

When Jason's not watching what other people are watching, and not listening to whatever other people are listening to he's taking the time out to tell people about it on his facebook page which is well worth checking out.


The Hospice, Christmas 2010 10.01.2020
Knowledge of Beauty 09.23.2020
Laraaji: Forever Changes 07.23.2020
Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest 01.11.2020
Re-release & Artist of the Year 01.07.2020
Top 20 LPs of 2019. From 5-3 01.02.2020
Top 20 LPs of 2019. 2: The Lilac Time 01.06.2020
Top 20 LPs of 2019. From 10-6 12.30.2019
Outsideleft's Top 20 LPs of 2019... from 15 to 11 12.29.2019
Beyond The OUTSIDELEFT Top 20 LPS of 2019 12.27.2019
Outsideleft's Top 20 LPs of 2019... from 20 to 16 12.28.2019
A Dream of Lilac Time 12.08.2019
Return Journey 10.16.2019
Love and Death and Stephen Duffy 06.21.2019
Something Left Behind 05.10.2019
Always Coming Back to You 04.11.2019
Mark Hollis - A Life 03.04.2019
When The Boat Comes In 02.18.2019
What's wrong with music? 02.08.2019
Pop Idles 01.27.2019
The Strength to Cope 01.20.2019
Two-Two's 01.18.2019
Step Inside Julia Holter's Aviary 01.14.2019
Bestie's 2018: Momus, Pantaloon 01.11.2019
Frahm has Five On it 01.09.2019
When Heaven and Earth Change Places 01.07.2019
Golden Suede 01.05.2019
B.E.D. Settee 12.31.2018
Remember 12.31.2018
Daughters 12.29.2018
Elvis Costello Look Now 12.28.2018
Parquet Courts 12.26.2018
Sarathay Korwar 12.26.2018
Better Than Amazing! Janelle Monae 12.23.2018
American Utopians 12.22.2018
Jon Hopkins' Singularity overwhelms Jason 12.18.2018
Shame. Goat Girl. Crack. Top Twenty 12.17.2018
I'll Give You An Annual Review #20... Fatoumata Diawara 12.15.2018
I'll Give You An Annual Review #21... Hector Plimmer 12.11.2018
I'll Give You An Annual Review #22... 12.07.2018
I'll Give You An Annual Review 25, 24, 23 12.05.2018
I'll Give You An Annual Review 12.03.2018
Jason Lewis Teethgraters 11.23.2018
Swans: Sacrifice and Transcendence. Jason Lewis reads the runes 11.07.2018
Horses. Great or Greatest? 10.13.2018
Why Are You Wearing a T-Shirt with a Picture of a Banana On it? 10.13.2018
There's Going To Be a National Album Day. Why? 10.10.2018
Songs to re:member 10.09.2018
The Psychology of Time Travel 09.24.2018
European Sons 07.31.2018
You're Going Home in a Pleasing Ambience 07.30.2018
Always See The Support Act 07.25.2018
Why Not Words, with Casey Bailey 06.19.2018
Eno in a Box with the Cosmics and Jon Hopkins 06.05.2018
You Goat, Girl 05.11.2018
Suede on Film 04.13.2018
The Insatiable Fun of Coal Black Mornings 03.19.2018
Momus Flames into Being 02.24.2018
Hooked on You 02.15.2018
Nils Point 02.07.2018
Mark is Dead 01.25.2018
The Outsideleft Year in Music That Was 01.21.2018
Kamasi Washington Hits the Top 01.19.2018
Bowie on a Budget might be Pillycock 01.11.2018
American Dream 01.08.2018
The Art of Falling Apart 01.04.2018
Max Richter Music from Woolf Works 01.01.2018
30 from 17: #8. Quercus 12.27.2017
Trio Da Kali and Kronos Quartet 12.25.2017
30 from 17: Sleaford Mods 12.25.2017
30 from 17: Mogwai 12.25.2017
Neuk Wight Delhi All-Stars 12.20.2017
30 from... 17,16, 15 Laraaji, Tinariwen & Hannah Peel 12.18.2017
30 from 17 Kendrick Lamar vs. Nihiloxica. Damn! 12.18.2017
Songhoy Blues Offer Resistance 12.16.2017
23,22,21 from 17... This is The Kit, The Blue Aeroplanes and Jesca Hoop 12.12.2017
30 from 17: Thundercat's Drunk 12.11.2017
30 from 17: #25 - The Unthanks 12.11.2017
30 in 17: The Smiths Live in Boston. Is That Really So Strange? 12.07.2017
30 from 17: Saz'Iso... This sadness and anguish is universal 12.06.2017
30 from 17: Father John Misty's Pure Comedy Isn't Always But is Often 12.05.2017
30 from 17: Jason Considers Some LPs 12.03.2017
Goodbye Morrissey 11.25.2017
Laraaji: The Way Out is Still The Way In 11.21.2017
A Small Part of the World According To Momus 10.27.2017
Hannah Peel has your invitation to explore space 10.22.2017
Where Are We Now??? In Search of Momus 10.12.2017
Last Word on the LCD Soundsystem at the Ally Pally 10.04.2017
PInk Floyd's Mortal Remains 09.25.2017
Silencer Kit 07.19.2017
This is the Sea 05.22.2017
Tinariwen's Glee 03.18.2017
Sleaford Mods: Divide and Brexit 03.12.2017
Tell me Jesca Hoop, who are you this time? 02.27.2017
Tinariwen's Sub Saharan Homesick Blues 02.23.2017
Jason's Jukebox: Jason Lewis' recent release round up 02.17.2017
Gillian Welch reboots 02.14.2017
Loyle Carner - Yesterday's Gone 02.13.2017
Welcome Strangers! The Blue Aeroplanes Take Off 01.22.2017
Jason Lewis, The Year #3: Victory for the Sullen 12.25.2016
Jason Lewis, The Year: Love and (even more) Death 12.19.2016
Jason Lewis, The Year: Death at the Party 12.14.2016
Kate Tempest vs The Useless Redundant Fuckers That Rule The World 12.08.2016
Picture This #1: Bryan Ferry 11.13.2016
Cum on Feel PJ Harvey's Noize 11.05.2016

Bye Bye Big Muff
The leader of the Muffs, Kim Shattuck, has died
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J. Charreaux suggests that if you have to read anything this summer, it might as well be , You Don't Love Me Yet, by certified genius, Jonathan Lethem.
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