Tag Archives: pop


July 7, 2021

Tamara L. Wilson 2021 North Carolinian singer-songwriter’s fourth mini-album sends good vibes out to the world to establish her listener’s well-being. From her lone longplayer to the string of EPs – of which “Let It Go” is the latest – … Continue reading

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GILLES SNOWCAT – You’ve Been Unboxing Gilles Snowcat

April 4, 2021

Wee See Limes 2020 Seeking thrills all around the world, Belgian artist takes rest in style. One of the greatest things about following this auteur is not knowing where his pieces – and you, his listener – are going to … Continue reading

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KEVIN GODLEY – Muscle Memory

February 17, 2021

The state51 Conspiracy 2020 After fifty years of communal melody-making, British maven of adorable quirks comes up with his first solo album – to amaze them all. This artist has always been a high priest of tuneful collage – whether … Continue reading

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ROSETTA STONE – Cryptology

February 3, 2021

Cleopatra 2020 Original epigone of gothic grandeur continue to tune into here and now. You can’t accuse Porl King of following in the wake of earlier English purveyors of morbid pleasures but not of inconsistency in terms of style or … Continue reading

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DURAN DURAN – Dreaming Of Your Cars – 1979 Demos Part 2

December 27, 2020

Cleopatra 2020 Midlands footprints of new wave mammoths exposed for all to marvel at and trace the globe-trotters’ success to their humble origins. Today it can be difficult to imagine DURAN DURAN, this suave metropolitan ensemble, as a bunch of … Continue reading

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