Monthly Archives: July 2023

BRÖSELMASCHINE Take Their New Songs To The Stage

July 27, 2023

It speaks volumes of an old ensemble’s self-assuredness and their eagerness to go hand in hand with the times if the veterans dare to limit their concert performances solely to modern-day material. This is the case with BRÖSELMASCHINE, a German … Continue reading

Posted in News Tagged

Midge Ure Expands “The Gift”

July 26, 2023

Midge Ure would have been a prominent player on the world’s music scene if his only contribution to global culture was cowriting the “Do They Know It’s Christmas” single and co-producing Live Aid, yet there’s much more to the Scottish … Continue reading

Posted in News Tagged

LIVIN’EVIL – Prayers And Torments

July 26, 2023

Livin’Evil 2023 Rising from tragedy, French ensemble embrace eternity to burn like Phoenix with a stellar retinue in tow. Theirs was a rather brief existence, this band’s original lifespan starting in 1992 and ending six years later with a meager … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews Tagged ,

Teddy Thompson Turns To Country

July 25, 2023

One may find it difficult to believe but Teddy Thompson‘s career started more than two decades ago, when the youngster went off on a well-rooted tangent from the familiar folk-rock – the genre he inherited from both parents’ musical genes. … Continue reading

Posted in News Tagged

DORIS BRENDEL & LEE DUNHAM – Pigs Might Fly

July 24, 2023

Sky-Rocket 2023 Southeastern England’s most adventurous duo entertain eternity with a prospect of endless possibilities. If one wondered what our favorite steampunk pair were in for since the scope of saw the pandemic start and finish its sweep, the answer … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews Tagged , , ,