Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Music Reviews

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...

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...

ShapeShiftingAliens – ShapeShiftingAliens (album review)

ShapeShiftingAliens are a strange and rare phenomenon in that they seem to make music which seems to sound like...

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...

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...

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...

Ego Death – Emily Breeze (single review)

Firstly, anything that comes with a Barry Adamson remix has to be worth a listen. But of course long...

The Phoenix –  Pas Musique (album review)

Pas Musique seem to revel in confusion, in a good way of course. Even within their chosen electro-industrial sphere...

Stories From the North –  Echoglass (e.p. review)

Around this time last year I delved into the wonderful world of Echoglass via a sonic blast through their...

Writers Eyes –  Subject A (album review)

It seems to me, admittedly a non-expert in the genre, that reggae and ska, like many other genres (punk...

Bustin’ It Up with… The Jimmy Sixes

Whilst many genres continue to evolve, move with the times, explore more peripheral sonic pathways, others seem to find...

Hide Me In Your Spaceship – Big Tide (single review)

If Liverpool is known for producing bands with the ability to produce exquisite music whilst not taking themselves too...

Always All Around You – Norman Salant (album review)

For a man who has spent most of his career as a saxophonist, composer and producer in more avant-garde...

Skeleton House – Crooked Ghost (album review)

Imagine if The Cult had, instead of embracing foot on the monitor, leather clad rock, gone down a more...