Wednesday, January 23, 2019
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Music Reviews

Lavine –  Moist (album review)

Some music seemingly exists to cut through the background noise of the world around us, some to reflect it back at us like a...

The Mars EP –  The Room in the Wood (e.p. review)

The Room in the Wood have a strange knack of wrapping influences up in other influences like sonic Russian dolls that upon opening lead...

De Maria –  Sparkhouse (single review)

If grunge music has a reputation for being challenging and confrontational and more traditional rock forms seem rife with cliche and stereotypical sonic meanderings...

Easy Killer  – Heavy AmericA (single review)

Heavy AmericA have a way of getting to the root of what rock and metal is all about. As I pointed out before when...

Insomniac –  The Keymakers  (single review)

If anyone ever tries to convince you that the technology that was enabled sampling and all the studio innovations that much modern music is...

Sugarface –  Fjokra (single review)

Pop music doesn’t have to follow the seemingly ubiquitous current industry format, the same beats, the style over substance, the enforced dance routine moves,...

Lydian Haiku – Zero Gravity Tea Ceremony (e.p. review)

ZGTC has always been a beguiling and fluid prospect. Live shows seem to be free form and largely improvised, or at least they give...

Gothic Novel –  Last Day Sect (album review)

If the musical genre that went by the name of “goth” quickly got weighed down with pantomime pretensions, corny cliche and primary school theatrics...

Fanny –  Ty Segall (single review)

Say what you like about Ty Segall but he’s nothing if not prolific. His heart is also very much in the right place as...

Piccadilly Circus in The Rain – Noctorum (single review)

To those of us who don’t live in big cities, whose surroundings are more suburban, small town or rural, there is something intriguing, possibly...