Category: Album Reviews

REVIEW: Deliluh – Beneath The Floors album review

REVIEW: Deliluh – Beneath The Floors album review

The latest release by Deliluh is a collection of jagged songs recorded in the same veterans hall 5 months prior to its sibling record Oath Of Intent. Beneath The Floors searches deep into similar avenues explored by some of rocks…

REVIEW: The Band – The Band 50th anniversary release

REVIEW: The Band – The Band 50th anniversary release

One of the all-time legendary rock groups The Band have had their legendary self-titled album re-released for a 50 year anniversary with a bunch of rare and previously unreleased material added to the already highly esteemed long player. Following on…

REVIEW: The End: From Beginning to End box set

REVIEW: The End: From Beginning to End vinyl box set

Formed in 1965 The End came together from the dust of previous bands including Tuxedos, Innocents and Original Topics. With a love for psychedelic pop the group evolved into their own beast with support and the production skills of Rolling…

REVIEW: Suede – Head Music 4 CD deluxe version

REVIEW: Suede – Head Music 4 CD deluxe version

Around the time Head Music was released in 1999 Suede were literally the band of the moment. She’s in Fashion and Electricity were all over the charts as was bands lead singer Brett Anderson, Virgin Megastores had even gone to…

REVIEW: Space – Anthology box set - Demon Music

REVIEW: Space – Anthology box set – Demon Music

Liverpool’s psychedelic pop flamenco wizards Space have had their back catalogue complied together in a neat looking clamshell box set simply entitled Anthology with fresh liner notes by the band released via Demon Group. With a background in the psychedelic…

REVIEW: David Woodcock – Normal Life album review

REVIEW: David Woodcock – Normal Life album review

David Woodcock’s second album Normal Life released via Blow Up records has been heavily praised across the board for its lovable rouge type ambience, it touches the collar of many a likeable characters who were able to describe the day…