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Month: July 2019

New Brand: Essence Review With Swatches

Be it one you haven’t heard of before or a totally new launch, discovering a new brand is always a little exciting. I got the chance to find out about the new brand Essence that is coming to the UK shores in July. Already a major global brand, Essence is finally hitting the shelves of […]

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Flamingo Gifts Haul Review

If you’re in need of a gift idea for someone, or you just want to treat yourself to a little something, then you may want to check out Flamingo Gifts They have a massive range of products from homeware to jewellery to bath and body. I got the chance to pick out five items of my choice […]

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Review Of CrazyBulk: Is It Worth It?

In the highly competitive world of legal steroids, every advantage you can find MUST be used. The right exercises, diet and supplements can mean the difference between perfecting the body you dream of versus settling for, “good enough.” But you aren’t the type of person that settles for “good enough”. You’ve worked too hard on your […]

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Adiphene Reviews

Losing weight is a process that is not easy and it has never been so. Despite the advent of fancy diet plans and weight loss supplements, there is no shortcut when it comes to attaining fitness and getting that toned physique you always dreamt of having. From fitness trainers to regular people, everyone knows how […]

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5:2 Fast Formula Review

While the approach to attaining fitness and losing weight has changed considerably over the years, there are some elements that have remained constant. Subsequently, one of the major aspects of weight loss is altering your diet plan to suit the needs of your body. Despite of changing beliefs, experts all around the world agree on […]

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Vaporizers

So what is a vaporizer and why do you want one? Well as this is lost music then perhaps we should think about how we are going to use a music related analogy to help explain it – let us cast our minds back to those wax cylinders that could be used for recording and […]

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HoZac Records: Dum Dum Girls, Idle Times And Woven Bones

Having recently stumbled upon HoZac Records I thought it was time to give the label a mention on the blog.  Based in Chicago in the US – they’ve been releasing 7.   In just over 2 years they have racked up an impressive 26 single releases – each seems to come in a variety of editions, […]

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Forgotten Pop: Tompaulin – Into The Black

This is the first in series of posts that will focus on older records.  Forgotten gems, if you will.   This was always supposed to be something that Lostmusic would focus on – under appreciated music from the past.   So the first post in the forgotten Pop series is upon us.  And it is actually from […]

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A Ramble Through The Last 12 Months

I thought I’d start with the Manhattan Love Suicides, who are arguably my favourite band of the last few years and has been no exception – whether it’s their 27 song retrospective ‘Burnt Out Landscapes’ –  or their blistering live shows – not to mention their continued assualt on our senses with what seems like a […]

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Celestial – Dream On

Hailing from Sweden – Celestial is one man, Andreas Hagman, and on his debut LP – ‘Dream On’ he’s been helped by assorted friends. I believe he now has got a band together. Fingers crossed that this band makes it to London for a gig or three.My head has been turned week after week by […]

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