Album Review: The Innocents – Teardrop Kiss

Album Review: The Innocents – Teardrop Kiss

The Innocents, “Teardrop Kiss” (Public Records)- Tasmanian power pop practitioners The Innocents are captured at their brilliant best as they unveil a celebration of all that’s finest in this infectious genre. The self-deprecating outfit who once labelled themselves,”The No Hit...
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Album Review: Jim McCarty – Walking in the Wild Land

Album Review: Jim McCarty – Walking in the Wild Land

Jim McCarty, “Walking in the Wild Land” (Angel Air)- Yardbirds drummer Jim McCarty has arguably never received the recognition that he deserved for his innovative contributions to rock classics such as “Shapes of Things,” “Over Un...
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Album Review: American Nightmare (self-titled)

Album Review: American Nightmare (self-titled)

Boston Hardcore outfit American Nightmare return, name intact for their self-titled first release since 2004. The nine tracks are brutal, fast pit friendly, slam dancing winners. The band come out swinging with the street fighting left hook ’The World Is...
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Album Review: Steve Logan – Backstreets Of Eden

Album Review: Steve Logan – Backstreets Of Eden

Steve Logan, “Backstreets Of Eden” (Moondragon Records)- Welsh singer and songwriter Steve Logan has paid his dues in no uncertain fashion, including time spent busking on the unforgiving streets of London and a stint as frontman of a Free/Bad Comp...
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Album Review: The Plot In You – Dispose

Album Review: The Plot In You – Dispose

Heartbreak, personal turmoil and emotional despair are the standard backbone for multiple songwriters to find something “extra” from within themselves. This is the case for THE PLOT IN YOU who empty their souls and tear at the mental stitches on...
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Single Review: Fridge Magnet Mysteries – Waiting For Better Days

Single Review: Fridge Magnet Mysteries – Waiting For Better Days

Four piece Fridge Magnet Mysteries new single kicks off like Rancid before morphing into early Green Day, Blink182 and anyone many other numerous Pop Punksters from across that there pond. This is not a criticism because ‘Waiting For Better Days’ is...
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Album Review: Dizzy Reed – Rock ‘N’ Roll Ain’t Easy

Album Review: Dizzy Reed – Rock ‘N’ Roll Ain’t Easy

Dizzy Reed will be forever known for his ongoing Twenty Eight (!) year stint as keyboard player for Axl’s ever changing Guns ‘N’ Roses. With the exception of General Rose he is the bands the longest serving member and that’s...
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Single Review: One Last Thrill – Face It

Single Review: One Last Thrill – Face It

Andover to London Rockers ONE LAST THRILL drop their brand new single ‘Face It’ which is out, well today, 2-2-18. Their three colours red bullish stop-start vitality is complemented with some frank and honest female vocals. The singer isn’t trying to...
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Album Review: Bernard Allison – Let It Go

Album Review: Bernard Allison – Let It Go

Bernard Allison, “Let It Go” (Ruf Records)- Chicago born songwriter and guitarist Bernard Allison marks his return to the Ruf Records fold with an uplifting album which captures his sublime blend of blues and funk at its most wide-ranging and...
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Album Review: UB40 featuring Ali, Astro & Mickey – A Real Labour Of Love

Album Review: UB40 featuring Ali, Astro & Mickey – A Real Labour Of Love

UB40 featuring Ali, Astro & Mickey, “A Real Labour Of Love” (UMC)- The latest offering from the incarnation of pop-reggae outfit UB40 fronted by vocalist and founder member Ali Campbell is dominated by covers of some of the decade defining...
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