Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Music Reviews

Burn In Me – Addisyn Chafé (single review)

If you think that pop music is a genre largely aimed at and consumed by a young audience, well actually, you are probably right....

Into the Light – Crooked Flower (album review)

If some bands clearly look to the past for inspiration and others set out to create the sound of the future, Crooked Flower have...

River Tales  –  Martin Ptak (album review)

Where as music with up-front lyrics, where there is communication using the usual conventions of recognisable words and familiar language taking place, is a...

Alarm –  Agency (album review)

Agency has become one of the acts that I really look forward to hitting the review pile these days. Odd considering that their cool...

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...

Duels –  Brim Liski (e.p. review)

Duels raises a few interesting questions, questions which the musical competition might want to level at themselves. Questions such as, why glow when you...

ShapeShiftingAliens – ShapeShiftingAliens (album review)

ShapeShiftingAliens are a strange and rare phenomenon in that they seem to make music which seems to sound like part of the future yet...

Theresa –  Cabinet of Millionaires (single review)

It often seems odd that, by and large, as the world seems to be heading down some darker political paths, dividing up into ever...

Mind Graffiti  –  I Am a Rocketship (album review)

I often read the influence section of an artist’s bio with a mix of amusement and interest. It can tell you so much about...

Need Her Still – Auld (single review)

Pop can be so many things and shows no sign of limiting its adventures in the new fusions it experiments with, the new paths...