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CHRIS HASKETT – Insufficient Necessities

December 6, 2019

Den City 2019 Stepping out of Rollins and Bowie shadows, globe-trotting guitarist forgets about his worries and his strife. Not a household name, Chris Haskett has long been kept in high esteem by his peers and heroes yet, even quarter-century … Continue reading

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SHOB – Solide

May 15, 2019

Shob 2019 French master of bottom-end groove finds his finest hour and gets away with it Third albums usually belong to the “make it or break it” category, yet this record boldly embraces both parts of such equilibrium, establishing Shob … Continue reading

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JAMES MONTGOMERY – Duck Fever

December 1, 2018

Waterhouse 1978 / Angel Air 2018 With wings of heaven on his shoes, Detroit auteur sings the blues – and then some. It takes a birthplace to leave a burning brand on one’s skin, and in the case of a … Continue reading

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HUDSON-FORD – Daylight

November 17, 2018

CBS 1977 / Esoteric 2018 Final chapter of British duo’s glamorous ride from dusk to dawn, and onto to its debut on CD. John Ford and Richard Hudson used to occupy a glittery edge of serious ensembles they yet failed … Continue reading

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BEN POOLE – Anytime You Need Me

October 10, 2018

Manhaton 2018 Exploring lighter shade of blue, British artist embraces young segment of his fandom and becomes a heartthrob. There’s logical progression from 2016’s to this album which also deals with temporal matters, yet those who wished that Ben Poole … Continue reading

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