Category: Album Reviews

REVIEW: Corduroy - Winky Wagon

REVIEW: Corduroy – Winky Wagon

Winky Wagon is a compilation of rare fruits of Corduroys labours following their 3 legendary albums released via Acid Jazz records. This new collection, released via Well Suspect records, is an ever so slight diversion from the usual well versed…

REVIEW: James Taylor Quarter – A Bigger Picture

REVIEW: James Taylor Quarter – A Bigger Picture

The James Taylor Quartet never fail to deliver the goods. Since branching out in the late 80’s with a unique brand of soundtrack mixed with jazz, funk and blues covers plus the odd original piece they are at the top…

Sidiku Buari: Disco Soccer - album review

REVIEW: Sidiku Buari: Disco Soccer – album review

When you put together the 70’s shoes of John Travolta and the wizardry of Mardonna you might be able to picture the latest release by BBE Records entitled Disco Soccer by sportsman turned musician Sidiku Buari. Featuring a bonanza of…

REVIEW: The Beatles - Abbey Road 50th Anniversary

REVIEW: The Beatles – Abbey Road 50th Anniversary

The Beatles Abbey Road is no doubt one of the all-time great artistically revered masterpieces since it was first released back in the late 60’s. There’s pop, rock, opera, rockabilly, jazz, blues and so much more that the fabs lovingly…

ALBUM: Nahli – ‘Therapy Side A’

Rating: Essex based soul-pop artist ‘Nahli’ releases her debut EP, Therapy Side A. A record that unflinchingly explores the singers emotions of heartbreak, all of which happening whilst being accompanied by a groove-bound garage beat. The EP starts as it…

ALBUM: Kris Barras Band – ‘Light It Up’

Rating: With their latest release, rockers ‘Kris Barras Band’ aim to reinvigorate an old school rock ‘n’ roll sound. With their blending together of genres such as Country, blues and folk, they embody the spirit of American rock ‘n’ roll,…

ALBUM: Pixies ‘Beneath The Eyrie’

‘Beneath The Eyrie’ by the Pixies comes at you like a wave – twenty feet high, drenched from the players’ exertions and all American. It’s an important record right now because it helps explain what has happened to rock made…

ALBUM: Emma Frank – ‘Come Back’

Rating: Brooklyn based singer songwriter Emma Frank releases her latest album ‘Come Back’. A warming and somewhat delectate exploration into Frank’s own isolation and heartbreak. The record firmly establishes its roots within the tender tones of avant-garde folk with leading…

ALBUM: Blanck Mass – ‘Animated Violence Mild’

A seamlessly orchestrated dose of electronic aural energy designed to tear down grief, consumerism and denial: Sacred Bones signee Blanck Mass is set to share his fourth album Animated Violence Mild on 16th August. The solo project of Scotland-based musician Benjamin John Power (Fuck Buttons),…