Monthly Archives: July 2022

Pat Travers Explores Time Traveling

July 21, 2022

Pat Travers is one of those artists from whom you don’t expect anything new – in stylistic terms, that is – yet on whom you can count on when it comes to keeping classic elements in place in order to … Continue reading

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ROBERT FRIPP – Washington Square Church

July 20, 2022

Panegyric 2022 Free from constraints of collective approach, avant-garde avatar scales solo heights. There’s something intrinsically, inherently wrong about Robert Fripp’s concert recordings committed to media. Existing strictly in the moment, in the here-and-now, his improvisatory pieces somehow retain their … Continue reading

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STEAMHAMMER Are Back With A New Album

July 19, 2022

One of the most intense ensembles to emerge on the wave of the late ’60s British blues boom, STEAMHAMMER might be one of the least celebrated teams – despite delivering four brilliant albums between 1969 and 1972 and fading away, … Continue reading

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DONOVAN’S BRAIN – Chiêm Bao Thấy Bậu

July 18, 2022

Career 2022 A band from Bozeman venture out to map out barely-there cinematics and soundtrack a road to illusion. Shipping robust psychedelia for more than three decades now, this Montanan ensemble have never ceased searching for new ways to express … Continue reading

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Wally Waller Goes Beyond THE PRETTY THINGS

July 17, 2022

His very name seeming to suggest perpetual motion, Wally Waller has never been prone to stopping in his tracks, be it as a prominent member of THE PRETTY THINGS during their most remarkable period or as a producer for the … Continue reading

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