Despite Nirvana, and by extension Kurt Cobain featuring a massive role in my early musical life, I really didn’t pick up much on Kurt’s own life as I was a ...
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We love home brews and Gary Lucas is certainly one of those. The Brit returns for his new album “The Way My Story Goes” and its acoustic pop rock tones pushes a gentle confessional along quite happily. This is an album for those moments on banks of grass surveying the scene. Opening with “In Doubt” […]
Manchester mixes grungy production with folk roots for mixed results
Shara goes French for this bonus EP
Perfectly pitched for old and new fans for career 2.0
In the Scottish hills there be rocking giants…
Part rock, part comedy, part get smashed down the pub = The Wheel Workers
London and Zimbabwe collide into a beautiful mess of sounds and colours
After a gentle lullaby of a début with The Twilight Sessions, James Nighthawk returns for the follow-up “Beauty and Sorrow” sets sail for pastures more eclectic with a fuller sound, moving away from the acoustic folk seeped previous work but taking the folk stories with him across new lands. Opener “The Ocean’s Gentle Breeze” opens […]
Derek Bishop’s début album was all kinds of funky with disco infused piano vibes and plenty of production really pushing catchy songs into a top draw realm. Returning with more of the same but amped up, “Bicycling In Quicksand” rips out all the ballads and replaces them with glittering disco balls. The 70’s worship kicks […]
The best string rock group have returned 118-118!