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Bader Nana -Wormwood (2011)

Mals Records MALS393   Kuwait City Mals Records MALS393  CD 57:57mins https://badernana.bandcamp.com https://m.facebook.com/badernana.studio Rating 80/100 Amazingly enough, this is an album of progressive music entirely written, produced, played, sung and recorded by...

Gabagool: 2016 (2021)

US band GABAGOOL has been in development since 2018 and thereabouts, and while the material was written and recorded mainly by Shelby Neil Smith I understand that this is a proper band unit as well, seeing that they have had some live performances recently. "2016" is...

Mourning Knight –Mourning Knight

USA  CD  47:35 Mourning Knight | Mourning Knight (bandcamp.com) https://www.facebook.com/mourningknight/ Rating 90/100 Every now and then you come across an album that totally blows you away, an album that fills you to the brim with utter joy and musical contentment...

Tristan Wood: Shame (2021)

US composer and musician TRISTAN WOOD is a young artist based in the pacific northwest that has been developing his career as a pop musician for a few years. Following a good handful of singles he released his debut EP "Shame" in 2021. What we get here is music I'm...

Buzzed & Loaded: Drunken Delusions Volume I & II (2021)

US based power trio BUZZED & LOADED is a fairly new band, launched a couple of years back it would seem, and consist of seasoned musicians with a strong pedigree from the US, Canada and Australia respectively. "Drunken Delusions Volume I & II" is their debut...

Fabian Jack: Bananas (2021)

UK band FABIAN JACK started out back in 2016, and from 2017 and onward they have been releasing singles at a steady pace in addition to trying to establish a firm presence in the live scene. In the spring of 2021 they self released their first EP "Bananas". The...

The Druids of Stonehenge: American Ghosts (2020)

US band THE DRUIDS OF STONEHENGE started out back in the second half of the 1960's, and while the band as a fixed band unit broke up in 1969 they have reappeared here and there over the years but mainly in the context of live performances. A few years back key members...

Before & Apace – The Denisovan (2021)

CD- Canada 2021 52:04 Mins Before & Apace - Home (facebook.com) Web BEFORE AND APACE My Rating 90/100 Excellence and an altogether interesting album   Although the concept of ‘Before and Apace’ is very much the brainchild of ‘Devin Martyniuk’  he makes it...

Daniel Weiss – “Dive

Israel Private Press Cool Jazz 42.39mins https://www.facebook.com/dweissguitar/?ref=page_internal https://weissguitar.com/?fbclid=IwAR0L6NfXP1k1xIAq90zXLHahgd6m8fZDzX3d0fLyo13D1sVuNfuZx5_VifM My Rating 85/100 Initial thoughts suggested that a more appropriate...

Ape Amplitude – Escape Routes (2019)

Genre Symphonic Prog Release Year 2019 Origin Germany Format CD Total time 79;50Website URL www. Myownmusic.de/APE AMPLITUDE The coming together of various musicians to form a working partnership or a band can and always be a fractious procedure. There are so many...


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