Monthly Archives: September 2021

STONE THE CROWS Dig Into The Beeb Archives

September 30, 2021

Theirs was a short history, yet STONE THE CROWS remain the finest progressive blues band to have hailed from Scotland, their four studio albums still sounding fresh and ever-relevant. However, on-stage this ensemble shone even brighter, which is why there … Continue reading

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September 29, 2021

Arcane Alley 2021 They talked, they danced, they’re back to their devices once more: American rebels mature but refuse to grow up. A mere two full-length albums in more than four decades may mean either nefarious non-conformism or predatory unprofessionalism, … Continue reading

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Darrell Bath Has Left The Building

September 28, 2021

Darrell Bath could have been a missing link between classic rock royalty and new punk rebellion – only the English guitarist, who passed away today, has never been actually missing. While many a listener knew the veteran from his stint … Continue reading

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ANYONE – In Humanity

September 27, 2021

TogethermenT 2021 Progressing towards Armageddon, American ensemble unfold a new panorama of alluringly frightening future. Comparing this Californian collective’s creative output to cinema seems to be commonplace just because any juxtaposition should prove futile given the group’s sole member Riz … Continue reading

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Commander Cody Passed Away

September 26, 2021

Uncompromising and never suffering fools gladly, George Frayne had all the rights to be called Commander Cody, after a sci-fi character, but first of all he was an authoritative piano player and the leader of HIS LOST PLANET AIRMEN – … Continue reading

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