Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Music Reviews

Music Thursday: Shotgun Six – Shotgun Six (e.p. review)

What’s in a name? When you hear the moniker Shotgun Six your mind can’t help but conjure leather clad, classic rock warriors, stuck in...

Music Thursday : Dreamland – Matt Hannah (album review)

I often feel a bit of a fraud as a Brit reviewing music that comes from a very American place. Am I equipped to...

Music Thursday : Besta Venya – Nick Parker (album review)

Travel has always been a theme at the heart of Nick’s songs and with this new collection it is one he is more than...

Scene and Heard : There She Is – Be Like Pablo

From this video it is pretty obvious that they have played the off Weezer album from time to time but that’s alright as the...

Scene and Heard : Cake and Butter – Zahed Sultan

Zahed Sultan is a multimedia artist from Kuwait and here his platform is a slow, brooding alt-rock musical vehicle through which to channel his...

Music Thursday : Contain – Ian William Craig (single review)

Some music is about energy; some about a more chilled delivery but Contain takes the latter into whole new and deeper territory. But it...

Music Thursday: Okami – Lowws (single review)

Okami is what happens when indie music decides to turn away from the well-trodden, primary coloured and fashion-focused path and has a bit of...

Music Thursday : TFD – The Sly Persuaders (album review)

Sometimes music can evoke a sort of time travel response or at least send you on a mental journey through the almost forgotten corridors...

Music Thursday : Twitch – James Kruman (album review)

It came as no surprise to find that James is the product of the dark satanic brickwork and cold streets of Manchester, the same...

Music Thursday : Under My Skin – SPC ECO (album review)

Preconceptions will always let you down. After all, a band made up of a dad and daughter just smacks of working men’s club acts...