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JAMIE THYER – Excelsior!

January 22, 2021

Road Dog 2020 British axeman deliberately underperforms to prepare his audience for crash, boom and bang. This album’s title – meaning “Ever upward” in Latin – must be a great description for the Somerset guitarist’s creative curve, but it looks … Continue reading

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THE FOXHOLES – Foxholesque

January 10, 2021

The Foxholes 2020 Searching for fresh routes to the future, Barcelonian group reimagine the core of it all. Having taken stock of their oeuvre with the band’s first-ever , these Catalans seem to be moving on – away from their … Continue reading

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LEGION – Redemption

December 29, 2020

Rock Company 2020 Veterans of heavy wars atone for temporary dive in their career and scale new heights. This British combo may not take the blame if you accuse them of non-originality in terms of style, but the quintet stay … Continue reading

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December 17, 2020

Black Paisley 2020 Setting hopes higher and higher, Scandinavian artists strut their fiery stuff in style. Having changed a half of their line-up, this Swedish ensemble come back with half an album – or so “Rambler” could seem to be … Continue reading

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THE LIVESAYS – The Rhythm Of Love And Dysfunction

December 11, 2020

Livesays 2020 American collective establish a fresh beat for themselves in this fickle existence. A rollercoaster car on the cover of 2016’s should have been a warning for those who thought Billy Livesay had reached the peak of his creativity … Continue reading

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