Monthly Archives: September 2020


September 20, 2020

PeacockSunrise 2020 From South with love and gospel: newly prominent proponent of Americana proclaims his appearance on the scene. When your alter ego smells of blues, there are certain expectations involved, but John Blangero isn’t too obsessed with stylistic detail … Continue reading

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Lee Kerslake Passed Away

September 19, 2020

The great Lee Kerslake has died today, aged 73, after a long, exhausting battle with cancer. “My love for music is keeping me fighting against all the odds,” he told me when we for the last time, and indeed, music … Continue reading

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BOMIS PRENDIN – Clear Memory

September 18, 2020

Mental Experience 2020 Expanding the borders of District of Columbia, melodious noisicians construct a world both familiar and far removed from our reality. When NURSE WITH WOUND’s debut album arrived in 1979, the 291 artists and collectives listed on its … Continue reading

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September 16, 2020

Stony Plain 2020 Topical yet timeless: esteemed blues luminary tunes into the spirit of things and emerges defiant, if not triumphant. When many a musicians felt defeated in 2020, Ronnie Earl used the current period to reassess possibilities. Laid down … Continue reading

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MIKEY HAMPTONS & THE MEOWS – Okay, I’m Ready To Rock Now

September 14, 2020

Season 2019 On their marks: matured and experienced, New York collective begin the search for an audience and are bound to find a crowd to own. Mikey Hamptons is no novice on the scene, yet his former band, PREDESTINED, didn’t … Continue reading

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