Tag Archives: singer-songwriter

BEN LANG – Modern Man EP

December 31, 2020

Moo Moo 2020 Experienced singer-songwriter starts embracing his own personality and his own time. The veteran of a few Californian collectives, Ben Lang found 2020 to be a perfect opportunity to go solo and, since his method as a composer … Continue reading

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BOB BELAND – Happy Camper

October 4, 2020

Bob On Bob 2020 A paean to The Golden State from an artist enchanted and disillusioned by Californian reality. He might have traveled a lot, as most musicians used to do, but the bulk of Bob Beland’s life has been … Continue reading

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PETER GALPERIN – Tomorrow Seems Like Yesterday

August 23, 2020

Jetty 2020 Acidic New Yorker strikes a chord with zeitgeist yet falls short of reaching gestalt. Despite releasing immediately likeable albums for decade now – and even scoring a rock musical, “Bulldozer” – Peter Galperin did not appeared on public … Continue reading

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BEAU – The Magic Of Public Relations

May 30, 2020

Cherry Red 2020 Veteran singer-songwriter unsheathes sword to cut through contemporary miasma – again. Did Trevor Midgley knew that crap would hit the fan or was it the artist’s usual state of being tuned into the times – and the … Continue reading

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JAMES LEE STANLEY – Without Susie

April 22, 2019

Beachwood 2019 American folk polymath goes anonymous for an arresting road map of emotional trip. Although this artist has been around for forty-odd years and his early efforts saw Larry Carlton and Jim Gordon helping bring their friend’s music to … Continue reading

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