Category: Album Reviews

REVIEW: The Fall – 1982 box set review

REVIEW: The Fall – 1982 box set review

Mark E Smith and The Fall are currently having their back catalogue reassessed by Cherry Red Records. The latest in what looks like a long line of forthcoming releases is ‘1982’. Featuring 2 acclaimed albums, a clutch of session tracks…

REVIEW: Mark Morris – So Long album review

REVIEW: Mark Morriss – Look Up album review

Mark Morriss, The Bluetones choir boy singer, has released his latest long player entitled Look UP featuring a uplifting mixed bag of his own compositions unleashed via Reckless Yes. Set free in September 2019 the album shows the frontman still…

REVIEW: Mercury Rev - All Is Dream deluxe version

REVIEW: Mercury Rev – All Is Dream deluxe version

August 2001 saw the release of an album full of orchestrated wonderment, thoughtful compositions with a voice like no one else of the period. Mercury Rev All Is Dream is now getting the deluxe treatment with Cherry Red releasing a…

Super Furry Animals – Guerrilla album review

REVIEW: Super Furry Animals – Guerrilla album review

Guerrilla is Super Furry Animals third album originally released back in 1999. Fast forward 20 years and it now gets the anniversary treatment with a remastered double vinyl album including demos and session tracks released via BMG Fri 1 November…

REVIEW: The Small Faces - Four To The Floor EP

REVIEW: The Small Faces – Four To The Floor EP

Mod supremoes The Small Faces are about to go under the microscope again with Immediate Records reinjecting life into their back catalogue as you have never heard or seen it before. However, before this a taster 4 track 7” EP…

REVIEW: Gene Clark – No Other 4AD reissue

REVIEW: Gene Clark – No Other 4AD reissue

Following the release of The Byrds 1973 reunion album Gene Clark signed a recording deal with Asylum Records. With a sea ocean view in his girlfriend’s beach house Clark set out to write a bunch of compositions that would feature…

REVIEW: Ebony Steel Band – Pan Machine

REVIEW: Ebony Steel Band – Pan Machine

The sound of steel drums has a delicate chiming appeal, often taking your mind away to the shores of the Caribbean and similar holiday havens with none cloudy skies and clear blue seas. London based Ebony Steel Band introduce this…