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Facebook Review from Racket Ear Jim, Birmingham Autumn 2013

http://mountainoflove.org/albums/full-length/mountain-of-love   Had a great night on Saturday at a gig by Mountain of Love listen to (or buy) their début album on the link above if you please. It’s been years since I went out dancing. I haven’t felt like that far transported since the heady times of psychedelic trance.   Their dubtronica is [...]

Gobo Photography Glasgow Review

“Mountain of Love”, Two Ex Alabama 3 members who have branched off and created a trio magnificently conjuring up an unstoppable electronic groove combined with live drums. “Mountain of Love” Brings to the table an interesting project which combines an array of technical mixing gear with sampled voice reverb, live drums and an extremely deep [...]

Chris High Eric’s Liverpool Review Autumn 2013

There is something quite hypnotic about the music performed by Mountain of Love, whose DubTronica rhythms pulse through the floor like a subliminal heartbeat commanding movement from above.   Formerly Alabama 3 – those fine lads from Brixton who brought the world the Soprano’s theme, Woke Up This Morning and which, here, is played in [...]

The Northerner Blog, Guardian

Mountain of Love brought two founder members of Alabama 3 onto the main stage and they were oozingly cool in the stifling heat, playing their ever popular hit (and the Sopranos theme tune) ‘Woke up this morning’ to the melting mad-heads spread before them. You can read the full review of Beat-Herder 2013 here

Festivals For All Beatherder 2013 Review

  Saturday – Blimey! Mountain of Love … what can we say…..…..arguably one of the sets of the festival. A thrilling amalgam of genre defying styles including pys-funk and techno intertwined with heavy bluesy beats. They are some of the founder members of Alabama 3 and that class showed. Shame it was just too hot [...]

Mountain of Love at the Prince Albert, Brixton

Brixton Buzz – Mountain of Love at the Brixton Prince Albert – review

There was a packed house in the Prince Albert on Coldharbour Lane, Brixton on Saturday for a lively show by local boys Mountain Of Love. The band features two Alabama 3 founding members: synth fiddler, computer spod programmer and demon harmonicist Piers Marsh and the versatile tub-thumping of Sir Eddie Real, a regular fixture on [...]