Album Reviews

REVIEW: Roots, Rock and Reggae - Compilation

REVIEW: Roots, Rock and Reggae – Compilation

Compilation albums are often a fortress of goodies both heard and unheard to the listening ear in possession of the music. Doctor Bird Records, a division of Cherry Red Records, specializes specifically in Jamaican beats licenced from the legendary Trojan…

REVIEW: Bdrmm - Bedroom

REVIEW: Bdrmm – Bedroom

Mixes various musical styles but with a firm stamp in the direction of The Cure, Slowdive and MBV, Bdrmm’s new longer player Bedroom released via Sonic Cathedral will wake you up from your slumber before reaching into your heart and…

REVIEW: Keith Seatman - Time To Dream But Never Seen

REVIEW: Keith Seatman – Time To Dream But Never Seen

The latest album Time To Dream But Never Seen released via Castles In Space by electronic keyboard wizard Keith Seatman delves into an often mysterious sound yet keeping an intriguing musical angle through the long player, the sort of release…

ALBUM REVIEW: DMA’S THE GLOW

Review and live images by Jonathan Taylor Instagram: jonathantaylorphotography Following the release of ‘Hills End’, ‘For Now’ and joining some of music’s elite with the release of their incredible ‘MTV Unplugged Live’ album, DMA’S are back with their 3rd studio…

REVIEW: Dr Who - The Underwater Menace vinyl

REVIEW: Dr Who – The Underwater Menace vinyl

A flying police box, with alien beings in sparky fish outfits, plus octopuses, killer sharks and all manner of shenanigans in the time it takes to play all sides of this new vinyl  releases via Demon Music Group, this is…

REVIEW: Joel Sarakula - Companionship

REVIEW: Joel Sarakula – Companionship

The smooth sophistication of Joel Sarakula is a welcome relief in lockdown, kick back, grab a cold lemonade and listen to the easy breeze funk, soul and blues of his new album Companionship released by Legere Recordings. Dabbling with sounds…