Review: John Kennedy’s Love Gone Wrong

May 11, 2021

By Bernard Zuel. JOHN KENNEDY’S LOVE GONE WRONG- Always The Bridegroom (Foghorn) In one of the reissue iterations of his 1984 album, Goodbye Cruel World, London’s Liverpool-born Elvis Costello began the liner notes with the welcoming […]

Review: Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – Carnage

March 8, 2021

NICK CAVE & WARREN ELLIS – Carnage (Goliath) In which the Old Testament – its god of anger and violence; its human extremes; its permanent threat; its catalogue of fears only just tethered by the […]

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Imogen Clark – The Making of Me EP

October 11, 2020

By Megan Gnad Recorded in LA, Imogen Clark’s new EP, The Making Of Me, showcases a range of new styles and influences from the Australian singer-songwriter, and features two Rock & Roll Hall of Famers. The […]

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The Shadow Knows What He Knows

July 2, 2020

After eight years Bob Dylan returns with his first double album of original songs since Blonde On Blonde and it’s an absolute masterpiece. By Michael Goldberg. Bob Dylan is 79 years old and he knows it. […]

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Mark Isaacs – Forgotten Fields

June 2, 2020

Reviewed by Des Cowley. Mark Isaacs – Forgotten Fields (Gracemusic/MGM, Digital release) Pablo Picasso once famously said: “It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child”. It strikes […]

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