Tag Archives: pop-rock

LIFE IN A BLENDER – Happy Enough

March 15, 2018

Fang 2017 On a literary bender to blend new themes into their multicolored narrative, NYC band find glee in a turmoil. A quarter of a century down the starting line, the brightness of any artistic idea can fade out, yet … Continue reading

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February 3, 2018

Passport 1983 / Esoteric 2017 Disappearing into a different persona, prog proponent produces a potent pop proposition. Ever since Anthony Phillips had emerged as a solo artist, listeners expected exquisite grandeur from him that, built in impressionistic strokes, would culminate … Continue reading

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JAMES WARREN – Innocent Bystander

January 16, 2018

Angel Air 2017 Seeking no refuge from passion, one of the finest pop purveyors is struck through the heart… again. What can an artist do once the lummy days of are and the fabric of THE KORGIS had been drawn … Continue reading

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MAKS – 3 Ft No Diving

January 12, 2018

Lebbink 2017 Immersive pop-rock from a Dutch artist wh0’s not afraid to hit the bottom to make a splash. Peter Lebbink, or Maks A, has been around for a long time, but it took a bout of overseas touring to … Continue reading

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December 28, 2017

Magical Thinker 2017 Higher and higher, prog-pop purveyors turn routine into a journey of a lifetime. “Can we escape our own mind games?”: this question from the title track of and Chris Braide’s third joint venture is a key to … Continue reading

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