Album Reviews

ALBUM: Rodolphe Coster and Band ‘High With The People’

Rating: It is without question that within the past five years guitar music has experienced a boom not seen since the indie-landfill days of the mid-2000’s. Fontaines DC, Dry Cleaning and Wet Leg are breaking into the mainstream consciousness with…

ALBUM REVIEW: Third Lung ‘Gameplay’

Rating: Reading based indie-outfit, ‘Third Lung’ explode on the scene with their debut LP, ‘GAMEPLAY’, in a rip-roaring affair that takes inspiration for legendary acts such as James and the Stereophonics whilst still maintaining a modern sensibility. The album opener,…

REVIEW: Bernard Butler Live At Rough Trade East

REVIEW: Bernard Butler Live At Rough Trade East

Rewind back to the start of the year Rough Trade East hosted a special event launching the Edsel 4 CD / 2 LP reissue of Bernard Butler’s debut solo album People Move On. Originally released via Alan McGee’s Creation Records…

REVIEW: 90s Club Classics (140g Black Vinyl)

REVIEW: 90s Club Classics (140g Black Vinyl)

Decorating sticky nightclub dancefloors, MTV paylists and Top Of The Pops studios where innovative dance tracks that have gone to be continual reminders of the 90’s heady glowstick years. Demon Music Group have now set free a bunch of the…

REVIEW: The Beatles – Revolver 2022 mix

REVIEW: The Beatles – Revolver 2022 mix

The Beatles Revolver. Opening with George Harrison’s Batman theme groove Taxman; middle section dives deep into the jolly psychedelic Jugnauth world of Yellow Submarine; earth shattering supersonic drum pattern finale Tomorrow Never Knows completes the long player that sounded like…

REVIEW: Leah Weller new album Freedom

REVIEW: Leah Weller new album Freedom

The defining vocal beauty and song writing expertise of Leah Weller has been skillfully captured on her astonishing new longer player Freedom released via Modern Sky UK. If you’ve been a fan of her old man, Paul, his audiences have…

ALBUM REVIEW: No Go Stop ‘Where We Are’

Rating: Bristol-based afrobeat ensemble, No Go Stop, release their second LP, ‘Where We Are’. A genre-bending affair that takes its influence from all facets of traditional protest music and combines them into a truly memorable record that is packed with…

ALBUM REVIEW: Under The Reefs Orchestra ‘Sakurajima’

Rating: Belgian experimental collective Under The Reefs Orchestra are back with their new album ‘Sakurajima’ The Brussels-based band, led by guitarist Clément Nourry, also including saxophonist Marti Melia and drummer Jakob Warmenbol follow up 2020’s eponymous debut album with an 8-track…

REVIEW: Raw Mod – The New Kind Of People 1965- 1968

REVIEW: Raw Mod – The New Kind Of People 1965- 1968

When you think of traditional Mod music from the 1960’s there are a number of bands that come to mind, no doubting the following feature; The Action, The Small Faces, The Who, The Artwoods, Georgie Fame, The Creation, The Clique…the…