EP/Album Reviews

Album Review: Ringo Starr – Give More Love
  Ringo Starr, “Give More Love” (UMC)-  This affable character’s capabilities as a solid rock’n’roll drummer always seem to have
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Album Review: Paul Brady – Unfinished Business
Paul Brady, “Unfinished Business” (Proper Records)- Strabane born Brady may be in his seventies now, but the rather belated follow-up
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Album Review: Like Moths To Flames’ Dark Divine
Ohio based Metalcore band Like Moths To Flames have truly risen from the ashes to provide a cracker of an
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Album Review: William McCarthy – Shelter
With little fanfare, fuss or promotion William McCarthy drops his stunning debut solo release ‘Shelter’, then saunters back to the
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Album Review: James Warren – Innocent Bystander
James Warren, “Innocent Bystander” (Angel Air Records)- Warren’s enduring passion for the infectious delights of pure melodic pop informed several
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Album Review: Albert Castiglia – Up All Night
Albert Castiglia, “Up All Night” (Ruf Records)- Visceral bluesman Albert Castiglia was born in New York City but moved to
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Album Review: Robert Plant – Carry Fire
Robert Plant, “Carry Fire” (Nonesuch / Warner Bros.) – Robert Plant may be in his late sixties now but the
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EP Review: Cope – Tooth & Nail
London five-piece COPE don’t just attack the Punk genre they literally slit its throat before smearing themselves in the blood
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Album Review: Muskets – Chew
Brighton four-piece MUSKETS debut album is a Grunge fuelled mouth open, Grunge ‘N’ Roll, all out mastication – By Guy
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Album Review: The Professionals – What in the World
Post-Punk Pop titans The Professionals return with their first studio release in Thirty Six years – By Guy Shankland. Along
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