Tag Archives: singer-songwriter

ROBERT STONER – Year Of Pain

July 31, 2021

Robert Stoner 2021 Californian dreamer gets down to earth to suffer and sympathize to the sound of a hypnotic melody. The pandemic period might have had a profound effect on many people on multiple levels, and Robert Stoner knows this … Continue reading

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MURRAY McLAUCHLAN – Hourglass

June 19, 2021

True North 2021 Five decades on since his debut album, elder statesman of Canadian roots rock connects to present issues in order to channel righteousness through an array of arresting tunes. Murray McLauchlan is a legend – perhaps, local to … Continue reading

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BEAU – The Methadone Of Time

May 29, 2021

Cherry Red 2021 Illuminating lanterns in the twilight of the gods, the minstrel from Leeds looks for verity it the time of psych-cholera. There was little doubt that the last year’s tragedies and farces would create a perfect fodder for … Continue reading

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CARY HEUCHERT – Hourglass

May 7, 2021

Oddiyo 2021 Harnessing temporal issues, Canadian multi-instrumentalist tends to see harmony in hectic affairs. It took Cary Heuchert two years to engage his muse afresh, and the “tempus fugit” factor plays a vital part in the agenda of the Vancouverite’s … Continue reading

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BRICK BRISCOE – My Favorite Los Angeles Restaurant

April 9, 2021

Brick Briscoe 2020 Thinking up movies that may never happen, American auteur delivers a soundtrack for tragicomic era. There’s a lot of things Brick Briscoe can do in the field of thought-provoking arts, aural and visual alike; and there’s a … Continue reading

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