Tag Archives: pop-rock

DAN ASHLEY – Out There

November 20, 2021

Seismic Shift 2021 San Francisco anchor captures pictures of lives past and present to post a report on current affairs in his inner world. Being a musician and a journalist is a contradictory thing – you must be tuned into … Continue reading

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THE MANGOES – Pale Blue Dot

October 1, 2021

Mango Music 2021 Light delights and space observations from an art-pop collective who strive to hug all of humanity. Having of his past, Tim Morse was free to explore the future yet, quite unexpectedly, instead of charting a new progressive … Continue reading

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THE KORGIS – Kartoon World

September 10, 2021

The Korgis 2021 Stating that “reality sure leaves its mark” and making sure this mark has a soundtrack, British pop veterans deliver a concept epistle to the world. Here’s a blast from the past – an album that, with its … Continue reading

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ELECTRIC SIX – Streets Of Gold

August 21, 2021

Cleopatra 2021 Celebrating quarter-century of merriment with new takes on personal favorites, American genre-benders strut their stuff into the future. With the rate this ensemble’s releases pop out, it’s not truly surprising the group resort to outside material from time … Continue reading

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AGE OF AQUARIUS – …Out There…

June 16, 2021

Rock Company 2021 Marrying hateful reality to hopeful reverie, pop-prog cosmic crew target the alien abduction enigma. There are difficult sophomore efforts and then there is “…Out There…” who follows up on this duo’s debut offering with a four-year gap … Continue reading

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