Tag Archives: Jon Camp

MORDECAI SMYTH – Things Are Getting Stranger On The Shore

April 14, 2022

Mega Dodo 2022 Out of Berkshire suburbia with stories to tell, psychedelic polymath lifts a misty veil off coastal mysteries. It’s been about a decade since the advent of Mordecai Smyth on Albion’s music scene, and the passing years did … Continue reading

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BAND OF RAIN – The Sun King

December 8, 2021

Chris Gill and Katrina Gill 2021 Lifting the veil of grey mysteries, British collective shine the light on the dark ages and see the future in their reflection. “It’s not like me to double and bend my ways to every … Continue reading

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WALTER HOLLAND – Storyteller: Part II

February 13, 2021

Walter Holland 2020 Californian aficionado of Albion’s musical heritage delves into traditional fare once more and finds glory in the soil of history. It would be easy to say that “Storyteller: Part II” picks up where left off if these … Continue reading

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BAND OF RAIN – Petrichor

May 22, 2020

Chris Gill and Katrina Gill 2020 When contemporary alchemies replace the unexplained, British seer looks back at tradition and casts it into the future. Despite its name implying collective effort, Chris Gill has kept his ensemble’s setup minimal for almost … Continue reading

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RENAISSANCE – A Song For All Seasons

September 1, 2019

Warner Bros 1977 / Esoteric 2019 With a turn toward changes, symphonic rockers are beckoned to new horizons where past and future, and here and there, come together. Here was an ensemble who, by 1978, had toured the world, graced … Continue reading

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