Monthly Archives: September 2020

JACK SPANN – Jesus Of New Orleans

September 30, 2020

Big Boo 2020 Walking on guilded splinters, a piano man goes for a sonic gumbo yet delivers a stronger stew. The Mississippi must be a part of a bloodstream for a person born on its banks so, even though Jack … Continue reading

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THE PRETTY THINGS – Bare As Bone, Bright As Blood

September 28, 2020

Madfish 2020 Vulnerable but hard as steel, stalwarts of British rhythm-and-blues bring it on home and take their bow with a lot of grace. When THE PRETTY THINGS left the stage after their last concert in December 2018, everyone knew … Continue reading

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September 26, 2020

MoonJune 2020 Reaching for the light, interdisciplinary collective invite a kindred spirit to show them the way. Traditionally perceived as a prog player, Markus Reuter has much more strings to his talent than the eye meets on the fretboard this … Continue reading

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KROMHEIM – Kromheim EP

September 24, 2020

Kromheim 2020 Drawing first blood, Polish purveyor of death metal proposes a trip into dark, if fascinating, past. Solo endeavors of heavy stripe aren’t thin on the ground nowadays, but as far as multi-instrumentalists’ efforts go they rarely display high … Continue reading

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CIRCULINE – Circulive: New View

September 22, 2020

Inner Nova Music 2020 The ever-changing prog brigade challenge themselves with capturing an elusive instant of wonder. It takes a lot of self-confidence and a nerve to serve up two concert albums on the base of two studio ones, yet … Continue reading

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