Monthly Archives: February 2022

AM SAMSTAG – Dualism

February 28, 2022

Black Market Music 2022 Swiss noiseniks serve up a blistering set of unambiguous dilemmas to puzzle the listener with melodic paradoxes. It took this Lausanne ensemble almost three years to get from their 2019 debut EP to a full-length platter … Continue reading

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STEPHAN THELEN – Fractal Guitar 2 Remixes

February 27, 2022

MoonJune 2021 Tuning into never-ending patterns, Z├╝rich auteur gives a spin to the mirror-mirror vibe. When Stephan Thelen introduced to the world, the album felt nothing short of sensational – being both outstanding and thrilling – and not only because … Continue reading

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AMBIGRAM – Ambigram

February 26, 2022

Ma.Ra.Cash 2021 Inspired and endorsed by , Italian ensemble serve up a concept album to launch a heavy prog entity into the world. Ambigrams became all the rage upon the release of Dan Brown’s “Angels & Demons” – around the … Continue reading

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Abel Fuentes: Tramp’s Footprints – The History of Supertramp

February 25, 2022

Uno Editorial 2021 When all the world’s asleep and the questions run too deep, an extensive and exhaustive treatise on the life of and times of British art-rockers offers all the answers and more. There are bigger bands who don’t … Continue reading

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Felix Cavaliere Releases An Autobiography

February 24, 2022

One of the creators of blue-eyed soul, THE RASCALS – remembered by many as THE YOUNG RASCALS – were responsible for a good run of the ’60s hits, including such perennials as “Groovin’” and “People Got To Be Free” which … Continue reading

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