Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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Gypsy Blood – Tamsin Quin (album review)

  Devizes-based singer-songwriter-guitarist Tamsin Quin is one of those artists that seems to be doing the right things at the right time and has been...

Unbridled and Ablaze – Zialand (album review)

Whilst many bands chose references and soundbites which say more about what they think they sound like rather than what they actually do, Zialand’s...

Why Anything? Why This? – Shriekback (album review)

There is no template for a Shriekback album, we worked that out a long time ago. They have that brilliant way about them, a...

Brian James –  Brian James (album review)

By the time this album originally came blinking into the daylight from the depths of a small Brussels studio in 1990, James already had...

Last of The Tall Ships – Jimmy Lee Morris (album review)

As I said last time around when the excellent Gallery dropped through the virtual letterbox about this time last year, artists like Jimmy Lee Morris...

Black Sheep Apprentice – Born To Walk Alone  (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

I’ve been listening to this album on and off for the last week trying to formulate a way of starting off this review but...

Volunteer – Old Crow Medicine Show (album review)

The thing that Country music – particularly good country music – does well is evoke an image of another world. A world of vast...

Out of the Ashes –  Phoenix O’Neill (e.p. review)

Pop has been getting up to some very interesting things of late. Yes, there is still the obvious, high gloss, production line, pop by...

Houses of the Sun –  The Blood Choir (album review)

Musical things I like: Songs that are swept through with epic drama. Chilled electronica. Understated guitar work. Ambient gothic intrigue. Pretty much everything that...

Natural Causes – Anton Barbeau (album review)

You can tell a man, they say, by the company he keeps. Okay, hardly the most up to date cliche to kick off a...