Tag Archives: folk rock

WKW – Men Of Steel

June 26, 2020

WKW Music 2020 Between BIG COUNTRY and the USA, unbreakable spirits rock hard and mighty, with a smirk and a smile. “The call of the steel that would never stop”: when Bruce Watson’s old band sang these words back in … Continue reading

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THREE COLOURS DARK – The Science Of Goodbye

June 14, 2020

Firefly Music 2020 Former KARNATAKA core members rekindle old flame and make the murk comfortably disturbing. It’s been more than a decade and a half since Jonathan Edwards and Rachel Cohen last concocted such gripping song cycles as but their … Continue reading

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THE CURATOR – Twenty-Six/12

May 12, 2020

Cromerzone 2019 Venturing into his soul chamber, English polymath unfurls pastoral panorama and pours a wondrous worry onto the peaceful picture. Alistair Murphy has been molding deeply personal – or, given his real-life vocation and artistic alter ego, even personalized, … Continue reading

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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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KARNEY – Better

February 16, 2020

A K Karney Music 2020 Sometimes growing so tired, American songstress stresses her optimism in the time of turmoil. Anna Karney can be uncompromising – as illustrated by her 2018 full-length offering – but the San Fransican wouldn’t allow such … Continue reading

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