Category Archives: Reviews

BATTERSEA – Arguments & Sentiments

May 8, 2019

Rock Company 2019 Traveling in a very straight line, cliché-conscious Hollanders serve up a slice of Americana – tasty yet somewhat dry. It took this quintet seven lean years to refine their balance of cerebral and visceral and follow up … Continue reading

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May 7, 2019

Greydisc 2019 The fleshing out of intangible temptations from a multi-string duo who don’t pull a single one. Opulence has rarely balanced understated grandeur in either Kevin Kastning’s or Sándor Szabó’s canon, yet this album turns what the two started … Continue reading

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1919 – Futurecide

May 6, 2019

Cleopatra 2019 A hundred years removed from their name, British post-punk brigade leave past behind to menace another century. Here’s an album made in the face of adversity, 1919 soldiering on after their leader Mark Tighe passed away – in … Continue reading

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May 3, 2019

Giant Electric Pea 2019 Tuscan quartet’s descent into dark recesses of a restless mind – in search of light and laughter. Lately, prog rock seemed increasingly obsessed with gloom, not entertainment, and such was the path this Italian ensemble chose … Continue reading

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ONE OF HOURS – When You Hear The Music, It’s Yours

May 2, 2019

Out-Sider 2019 Pun-loving Kentucky collective dust off their unreleased album to share it with the masses. Lexington was an unlikely locale for a garage-psych group, yet that’s where ONE OF HOURS started to shake and move from 1966 onward – … Continue reading

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