Category Archives: Reviews

LIFE IN A BLENDER – Happy Enough

March 15, 2018

Fang 2017 On a literary bender to blend new themes into their multicolored narrative, NYC band find glee in a turmoil. A quarter of a century down the starting line, the brightness of any artistic idea can fade out, yet … Continue reading

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THOR – Electric Eyes

March 13, 2018

Deadline 2018 Lost album comes out of oblivion to cast neon shadows on mighty stomper’s twilight zone. Never happy to be known only for his bodybuilding successes, Jon Mikl – or Thor – found less transient glory in the world … Continue reading

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March 12, 2018

Cleopatra 2017 Post-punk miracle workers report from the road – for the first time in two decades. Perhaps, not a perfectionist, this band’s mainstay Bobby Hecksher admits to not liking concert documents, yet on the cusp of the American ensemble’s … Continue reading

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March 11, 2018

Phantom 2017 Proceed with no rules: drummer’s drummer delivers vertiginous, if well-grounded, trip into limitless fantasy. For all his versatility, it’s easy to feel Simon Phillips’ presence on a record, and his involvement in one is a mark of its … Continue reading

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March 9, 2018

Unknown Hero 2017 Tripping into mindscape of endless possibilities and powers that be and that have always been there to feel the primacy of music. SF can stand for both “San Francisco” and “science fiction” so there’s a little surprise … Continue reading

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