Monthly Archives: August 2020

PETER GALPERIN – Tomorrow Seems Like Yesterday

August 23, 2020

Jetty 2020 Acidic New Yorker strikes a chord with zeitgeist yet falls short of reaching gestalt. Despite releasing immediately likeable albums for decade now – and even scoring a rock musical, “Bulldozer” – Peter Galperin did not appeared on public … Continue reading

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DR CHRISPY – Transitory

August 21, 2020

Dr Chrispy 2020 Outside looking in, master of lo-fi electronica follows our transformation from dawn till dusk. Having a PhD implies proclivity for philosophy and having to do with with space requires observational skills, which is why Chris Boshuizen is … Continue reading

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MICK CLARKE – Big Wheel

August 19, 2020

Rockfold 2020 A salty dog of British blues serves up arguably the best album of his solo career. Last decade has seen release records on a yearly basis, and while his chosen genre doesn’t seem to invite much variety, each … Continue reading

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MANDOKI SOULMATES – Living In The Gap + Hungarian Pictures

August 17, 2020

Red Rock 2019 Delivering a paean to togetherness, cosmopolitan defector calls on stellar comrades to close ranks and create celestial noise. Leslie Mándoki has always been going against the grain – ever since he fled Budapest in mid-’70s to end … Continue reading

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William Shatner Gets The Blues With Ritchie Blackmore And Other Guests

August 16, 2020

There’s nothing that the legendary William Shatner can’t do, and his off-screen career, particularly in the field of music, keeps on proving this point. Yet while most of the actor’s previous albums – such as – and guest spots usually … Continue reading

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