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The Awakening – The Ahmad Jamal Trio

Ahmad Jamal has been a leading jazz pianist for some time, although his commercial success before the release of The Awakening in 1970 wasn’t always taken seriously by critics. However the man with the “exquisite touch”, as Miles Davis once described him. showed all what he was…

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Usury: Tool or Torment?

Lending and borrowing; they seem like a practice as old as the human race. As long as people have had things, other people have needed those things and borrowed them for a returning favour. Whether this is your neighbour’s drill or a £500 loan from your friend,…

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A Love I Can’t Explain – dBridge

Hailing from Manchester, the ever ethereal and industriously intuitive dBridge always manages to capture a mood with his music and this offering from 2018 is no different. Seamlessly bringing together the sounds of soothing synths and industrial techno across a range of genres, from drum and bass…

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Introducing a new corner of theCluelessConscience.

Here we shine a spotlight on the artists, record labels and albums that influence us here at TCC, as well as the wider world.

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Opinions. They’re like…

…bellybuttons, everybody has one.

Take a look through our opinions pieces and see if you agree with our writers’ point of view. After all, we’re all about discourse.

In a world where information is everywhere, knowledge and understanding seem to be in short supply.

With a warming world and warring economies our planet can seem a little on the heavy side as of late and opinions about all of these stories fly around the internet like starlings around Rome.

So what can we do?

Here at The Clueless Conscience…

…we try to draw on subjects we think are interesting or that we think deserve further discussion in society so that we can expand our horizons and think more critically about the world we live in.

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From music to cuisine, there are many passions that have led to the birth of culture. Here we look into some of the arts that make us who we are.


For something that surrounds us at all times, mystery still shrouds many parts of the natural world. In this area we try to untangle some of the many riddles left by mother nature.


Depending on when and where you are or are from, understandings of knowledge can alter and change. Understanding these changes and patterns can help you think critically about the world around you.