Saturday, October 20, 2018
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She’s Bleeding – Ignacio Peña (single review)

This time out Ignacio Peña pauses for breath somewhat with a song that mixes occasional soaring crescendos with more measured and lulling musical passages. She’s...

Baby Let Me Go – Smoking Martha (single review)

Well, that’s a side of Smoking Martha that we don’t get to hear too often. Their normal go to sonic weapons are low slung...

Miles To Go – Colin James (album review)

There is a saying; “Class is permanent, form is temporary” well that applies here, ‘Miles To Go’ is an album that takes songs from...

So For Real –  Ed Hale (album review)

There is a real skill to being able to make music that simultaneously sounds like you have been listening to it all of your...

Heart ‘n’ Soul –  The Swagger (single review)

Imagine if Brit-pop had got beyond its “madferit!” self-worship, calmed down, got serious and grown the hell up. Imagine if The Kinks had formed...

Illuminate –  Viva Death (album review)

If classic rock was one of things that the punk manifesto stated should be destroyed, a generation later alternative rock in general and bands...

Sweet Nothings –  Eliot Dean Baker (single review)

Considering how far we have come since the singer-songwriter became a staple part of  the modern music canon, how many songs have been written...

The Panoramic View – Mark Harrison (album review)

On an increasingly packed shelf of roots music stands an artist who is quietly going about his business, blending and blurring the lines between...

Nature Makes Amazing Shapes –  Julie Anne McCambridge (album review)

Folk music has wandered down some interesting pathways of late. Like any genre it needs to move with the times and although there are...

Vanessa Peters – Foxhole Prayers (album review)

Throughout history, creative minds have always responded to injustice or outrage in their own way – Picasso’s 1937 painting Guernica immediately springs to mind...