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PAUL BRETT – Suite Viator 12

January 14, 2019

Viral Discs 2017 Have guitar, will travel: British veteran goes beyond mere demonstration of his handiwork’s unlimited abilities. “Viator” means “traveler” – and travel is what Paul Brett has been doing for decades, in both geographical and music terms; it … Continue reading

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ANDREW DURR – Time Frame

November 4, 2018

IAC 2018 When faded photos come alive, voices of ghosts fill the ether to be ringing down the years – from The Great Depression to The Great Unknown. The ’30s were the era of immense decline and immense mystique that … Continue reading

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GEORGE ST. CLAIR – Ballads Of Captivity And Freedom

October 26, 2018

George St. Clair 2018 Albion-based Texan expat takes a look at his native land with a prospect of righting its wrongs. Coming out of the Great Plains with a great pain in his heart, George St. Clair must have been … Continue reading

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BEN REEL – Land Of Escape

October 21, 2018

B. Reel 2018 Through fogs of Armagh and far away: Irish troubadour’s travel to the depth of devotion and desperation. Issuing albums for almost two decades now and touring internationally, Ben Reel has somehow managed to remain unseen by mass … Continue reading

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MARTIN SPRINGETT – The Gardening Club

October 14, 2018

Illuminated 1983 / Gonzo 2017 Acclaimed illustrator’s aural drawings add Arcadian colors to plastic decade. Martin Springett may not be a household name even for those classic rock aficionados who can vividly recall the artwork of Ian Hunter’s self-titled solo … Continue reading

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