Tag Archives: classic rock


May 12, 2019

Gonzo 2019 Stepping down from Cloud Nine, New Jersey veterans deliver heavenly, but so down-to-earth, perspectives. One would assume that, after more than three decades of rocking the stages, a certain ensemble’s album can’t be too sentimental or, at least, … Continue reading

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MIKE HYDER – Wood & Steel

April 12, 2019

Rockular 2019 Spin a disc, take a risk: on a personal venture outside THE TREAT, British master of reason and rhyme reaches for catharsis to find peace of mind. Duality has always been part of Mike Hyder’s method, yet if … Continue reading

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April 1, 2019

Dirty Water 2019 Long-overdue return to form from original psych-punks who refuse to go out without a bang. Veterans ensembles like this are in unenviable position having to live up to their meager legacy and mere legend attached to their … Continue reading

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December 12, 2018

Paraply 2018 Heartwarming travelogue from Swedish master of sweet tune to take the listener on arresting trip through his soul. There’s been a nice creative streak for singing multi-instrumentalist Klas Qvist, who didn’t finish his 2017 double album “Second Thoughts” … Continue reading

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PAVLOV’S DOG – Prodigal Dreamer

December 6, 2018

Rockville 2018 Gracing all without a sense, St. Louis legends return to dispense truth for the seasons of cold. There’s something disturbing in such an explicit linking of “Prodigal Dreamer” to – PAVLOV’S DOG’s incredible debut – in terms of … Continue reading

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