Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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Scene and Heard : 17 –  Joshua Ketchmark

Obviously I shouldn’t try to sum up a musician on the strength of just one single, but I will go out on a limb and say that when the inevitable happens and Neil Young heads for that great subsidised farming co-operative in the sky, his fans will be able to find solace in Joshua Ketchmark and songs like 17

Scene and Heard  : Dancing Leaves –  Himmel

I’m still holding out for the modern dream-pop sound, a blend of commercially aware accessibility and late 80’s shoegazing references, pop infectiousness and cult integrity, to become the new, dominant form of mass market pop music.
j d hangover

J.D. Hangover –  J.D. Hangover (album review)

This self titled e.p. delivers 6 songs which ricochette between cavernous blues and the dissonance, noise and atonality of the New York no-wave scene, it is primal, visceral and dangerous, it snarls and seethes, bullys and bruises….this is not music that you would want to find yourself stuck in a dark alley with.
Man Called Noon

Scene and Heard – It’s Up To Us! – Phillip Foxley

If you think that rock and roll is strictly a young man’s game, artists such as Phillip Foxley quickly remind us that this is certainly not the case.

Scene and Heard : The Drink That Kills Me – Willodean

Music has long celebrated and cursed the liquid in equal measure and here Willodean take a more reflective approach to the subject.
The Raft

Scene and Heard – Anywhere, Everywhere – The Singer and...

If ever a song encapsulated the idea of breaking free, of heading out into the great wide open, seeing the world and collecting the memories that will keep you warm later in life, the ones that enable you to look back and think…I have lived a full life…Anywhere, Everywhere is it.
68 Creep

Goodnight, Sweet Betty – 68 Creep (album review)

I love the fact that I have lived long enough to witness the word Lynchian become a recognised label, one that can be applied to art and creativity across a wide range of spectrums.
Leah Capelle

Scene and Heard : Better Off – Leah Capelle

This time we find her in a more contemplative mood, one where reflective balladry and emotive acoustic folk deliveries are the core ingredients.

Human Giving – Darto (album review)

One moment the listener is offered spoken narrative pieces, the next sumptuous West Coast retro-pop, post-punk pasts meet post-rock futures, florid baroque grandeur meets restrained minimalism, musical minds meet and meld and opposites seem to effortlessly attract and form new musical partnerships.
Nick Nicely

Sleep Safari – Nick Nicely (album review)

Ever since Joe Meek first conducted his homemade musical experiments at the start of the rock ‘n’roll era, musicians have been fascinated with trying to capture the idea of the otherworldly in sound, be it journeys into outer or inner space, and Nick’s musical odyssey into the subconscious stands alongside the best of them.