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MATTHEWS SOUTHERN COMFORT – The New Mine

April 26, 2020

MiG 2020 British troubadour and his Dutch ensemble seize the zeitgeist to make its melody last. It’s been five decades since this singer shed an apostrophe from the title of his solo debut and turned personal solace into COMFORT, reverting … Continue reading

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JACOPO PAUSA – The Truth

February 12, 2020

Jacopo Pausa 2019 Brescian artist brings on a tight-but-loose debut album to flesh out observations in vibrant sound. Hailing from Lombardy, Jacopo Pausa might be expected to demonstrate a certain reserve – as opposed to overall Italian expressiveness – yet … Continue reading

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VINNIE MOORE – Soul Shifter

November 14, 2019

Mind’s Eye 2019 Ninth solo album from acclaimed American musician who ventures into the pocket of daydream. One of the original guitar heroes, Vinnie Moore knows well how to let the listener peek into his psyche: less is more must … Continue reading

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MICHAEL MOORCOCK & THE DEEP FIX – Live At The Terminal Café

November 4, 2019

Purple Pyramid 2019 Acclaimed author welcomes his followers on a trip to an imaginary gig in alternative reality’s Louisiana. For all his pen-as-sword mastery, Michael Moorcock’s credentials as musician has never been much appreciated, even though he not only wrote … Continue reading

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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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