Tag Archives: Adam Holzman

GODO & – On Time

March 7, 2022

Bernerie Hills 2022 Pop-rock auteur chisels chanson-scented confectionary out of ether and have kindred spirits make it tangible. This composer may say that his nom de guerre is derived from his surname, but Samuel Beckett readers who turn into Claude … Continue reading

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TRIFECTA – Fragments

September 14, 2021

Kscope 2021 Cerebral trio of art-rock celebrities serve up a debut kaleidoscope of multifaceted pieces. Possessed of immense artistic talents, Nick Beggs has repeatedly painted himself into creative corner by performing within a progressive rock framework, the genre with inherent … Continue reading

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July 5, 2021

Esoteric Antenna 2021 Mapping method onto madness, American polymorph forms a new logic when the common sense is failing. Jane Getter is a skin-changer, rather than trend-setter, when it comes to inhabit different perspectives, and though inhabiting any world other … Continue reading

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MARCELO PAGANINI – Identity Crisis

May 15, 2021

Marcelo Paganini 2020 A quantum leap into the great unknown finds veteran guitarist finally locate his personal place in a grand scheme of things. To say that Marcelo Paganini’s previous propositions, 2014’s and from 2018, felt uninspiring wouldn’t mean underestimating … Continue reading

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November 7, 2013

Gudari 2013 Marvelous fusion of unlikely heroes results in delicious accomplishment. By looking at this record’s cover one can hardly guess what lies under the comics surface, but if the words “mavericks” and “muscular” come to mind, you’re in for … Continue reading

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