Monthly Archives: May 2019

IZZ – Don’t Panic

May 24, 2019

Doone 2019 The calm and the storm: in celebration of innocence, New York sextet’s search for solace results in songs of experience. It’s been a long run for IZZ and they must be lauded for perseverance – the process paying … Continue reading

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PHIL VINCENT – Hypocrite

May 22, 2019

Rock Company 2019 Solo album from a man for all seasons which seems to be up close and personal – but what if it’s another mask? Here’s one wicked record – in terms of quality and restlessness of a singer … Continue reading

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STRATUS LUNA – Stratus Luna

May 21, 2019

Music Magick 2019 Prog-minded youngsters from São Paulo shoot for distant orbits but retain the umbilical cord – and many chords – that tie them down to earth. It’s a well-tested scenario in which brothers, their cousin and their friend … Continue reading

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Interview with Robert Berry

May 19, 2019

Robert Berry has been around for ages, with a solid body of work under his belt, yet the American artist seemed to have entered collective consciousness only in 2018, when – an album credited to 3.2, a new version of … Continue reading

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AUBURN – Game Of Faith

May 17, 2019

Scarlet 2019 Looking through time and finding the rhyme: anguished Americana as a means of survival. Although it may look like a metaphor, there’s a genuine game attached to this album, with each song assigned a card character – yet … Continue reading

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