Monthly Archives: March 2021


March 27, 2021

22 Records 2021 Finding good vibrations further up on the road, American sound sculptors continue their multicolored trip. Looks like the listener is under assault now, as Messrs. McKnight and Perdomo persist in perpetrating their musical offensive, with this mini-album … Continue reading

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VILLINS – The Power

March 26, 2021

Villins 2021 Charging their mirrorball with a local groove to roll to the top of the world, New York little and lightweight, but heavy and confident, ensemble turn it on and let it go. The line between hard rock and … Continue reading

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March 25, 2021

Right Track 2021 Informal gathering of kindred spirits who let their past influences inform the future. could be called a quiet one-man institution of British rock had his bass rumble not been as palpable and supple at the same time … Continue reading

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THE WALK-A-BOUT – Afterglow

March 24, 2021

Shred The Evidence 2021 Unplugging their charge to heighten the listener’s sensuality, Australian-American quintet serve up a translucent images of two unexpected songs. If the gist of walkabout is to search for one’s self, this ensemble seek their identity in … Continue reading

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Dave Kelly Looks Four Decades Back

March 23, 2021

Dave Kelly is one of the most underrated, albeit rather prominent, figures in British blues. Having arrived on the scene in the ’60s alongside his sister Jo Ann, the guitarist became a fast fixture there and cut a string of … Continue reading

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