Review: Toby Walker – From The Ground Up

October 19, 2017

Buggy Pie Records CD/Blues The latest offering from New Jersey, US, acoustic picker, Toby Walker, is nothing short of a complete, masterful tour de force of blues-picking at its very best. Walker is a guy […]

Album Review: The Wreckage – Melody Moko

September 2, 2017

Available through MGM or on-line Americana/Pop One of the frustrations of the music industry is that all music has to be put into a pigeonhole, and once you are in that pigeonhole there are certain […]

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Cd Review: Rory Ellis – One Skin

July 12, 2017

Independent Over the course of his solo career, which now extends to eight full-length releases since his 2000 debut, Ride, Rory Ellis has slowly but surely cemented his place within the Australian Americana scene. Perhaps […]

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CD REVIEW: URBAN SOUL

May 31, 2017

URBANITY URBAN SOUL Alfi Records Soul jazz Simple, memorable melodies rather than explosive, dazzling, rapid-fire exhibitions of technique are at the heart of the music guitarist Albert Dadon, aka Albare, and keyboards player Phil Turcio […]

CD Review: Starlite Campbell Band

March 27, 2017

Starlite Campbell Band Blueberry Pie Supertone Records Blues/R&B Starlite Campbell is a UK outfit fronted by Suzy Starlite and partner Simon Campbell, and Blueberry Pie is an album that has been proving particularly popular with […]

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CD REVIEW: EARPROJECTOR – AVANT-POP DIRT

January 7, 2017

Independent/Artist’s site Every kind of Indie and beyond Eleven tracks, 11 different styles held together only by the voice of singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, engineer and producer Raman Menon AKA Earprojector, who, apart from the odd […]

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