Monthly Archives: July 2019

Nick Magnus Invites Old Friends On A New Trip

July 27, 2019

Five years have passed since Nick Magnus came up with an exquisite monolith of that saw the veteran keyboard player engage in art-rock sort of controlled rapture, and he’s ready to unveil its follow-up which is more down-to-earth… Or not, … Continue reading

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KEVIN COYNE – Live At Rockpalast 1979

July 26, 2019

MiG 2019 Messed up, yet not mixed up, Siren Sir serenades the downtrodden, not forgetting neither action nor fun. “I hate compromising because you have to live with it,” says Kevin Coyne in an interview adding a tad of context … Continue reading

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POTTER’S DAUGHTER Welcome Annie Haslam On First Single

July 25, 2019

CD singles are rare birds nowadays, but this is the media – alongside download option and a limited edition vinyl disc – that POTTER’S DAUGHTER chose for their first one-track release. A new New York ensemble led by classical pianist … Continue reading

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July 24, 2019

Melodic Revolution 2019 Tuneful treatise on the vagaries of reality and the ways to strike a chord with it. Subtitled “A Symphony In E Major” – albeit not following a classical structure while retaining an epic scope – this album … Continue reading

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Bernie Shaw And Dale Collins Serve Up A Full-Length Album

July 23, 2019

It’s been twenty years since two Canadian musicians, singer and axeman Dale Collins, released a 3-song EP “Picking Locks” that didn’t really take off as the pair hoped it would and become more of a collector’s item. Still, thanks to … Continue reading

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