Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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Are You Okay? – Mark Schirmacher (single review)

Coming very much from the acoustic folk tradition, Are You Okay? blends the hallmarks of two of the genres biggest successes. There is something...

100 Steps to the Shoreline – Dr Optimiser (single review)

Combining futuristic jazz vibes, ambient EDM washes, alt-pop beats, electro-classical and film soundtrack riffs and motifs, it is hard to pin down 100 Steps...

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...

Wicked Vicious – Nasty Little Lonely (single review)

One of the fun things about reviewing new music is the chance to make up intriguing, though ultimately pointless, new generic descriptions about the...

Paper Boats  –  The Black Watch (e.p. review)

As the opening, titular track washes past, there is something in the soft edged vocals and the rich guitar textures that roughly fixes The...

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...

She’s a Rose –  Sailing Stones (e.p. review)

Names can be an important choice for any artist and, if you are one of those people who likes to read meaning into an...

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...