Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Music Reviews

Dragon Welding release anagrammatical debut album

The title might suggest that I have downloaded the wrong music file and am attempting to write a review of a supercar chop shop...

Are You Ok? – Wasuremono ask as a teaser for a new album

I always imagine that Wasuremono live in a strange animated otherworld, one fashioned from vibrant colours and the broken remnants of 80’s pop bands,...

Jasmine Minks return with new single and live shows to follow

Whenever I hear the term “indie music” a soundtrack not unlike this song plays in my head. Before the term became a genre in...

Ba-Jesus – Ernest Moon (e.p. review)

Often, in the mad rush to be seen as being unique or clever, or worse still…cool, artists forget about the inherent humour that exists...

Pulsing –  Fred Abong (e.p. review)

Much like last year’s wonderful e.p. Homeless, which marked Fred Abong’s return to music following a prolonged stay in academia, Pulsing is a stripped...

Fifteen –  SPC ECO (album review)

In many ways Fifteen, and indeed SPC ECO’s music in general, seems like the latest chapter in an ongoing story, one that was only...

Where The White Roses Grow  – Serious Sam Barrett (album review)

Folk music isn’t known for big stars, not in this day and age anyway.  It’s a genre which is filled with artists who seem...

Besieged – McDermott’s 2 Hours vs. Levellers & Oysterband (album review)

Described as not so much a final curtain call as a magnificent encore, Besieged sees singer, songwriter, poet, playwright and frontman with McDermot’s 2...

Cuts – LoMB (album review)

LoMB makes music which is the  equivalent of bumping into someone who seems vaguely familiar but who you can’t for the life of you...

The Mechanism of All Temporary Things  – MARBL (single review)

Having been blown away by the charm of I Think I Saw You on the Street, Mechanisms…comes not exactly as a shock but does...