EP/Album Reviews

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
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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
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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,
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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
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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