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Ellery Daines: No​-​One (2021) single

Ellery Daines is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer, and mixing engineer from Nelson, now based in the Norwegian Arctic city of Tromsø. Over the last five years he wrote, recorded, and mixed his debut album, Failure Thirty Minutes Deep, scheduled for...

Socioclast: Socioclast (2021)

It has often been pointed out to me during my reviewing career, often by my family, that I am somewhat unusual and could actually be viewed as being downright weird. I prefer to think of myself as having a broad and diverse taste in music, but even I cannot understand...

Sothiac: Tiamat (2021)

This EP finds three avant-garde and experimental artists working together to create something which is industrial, at the cutting edge of music, frightening in its intensity, yet also strangely compelling and other worldly. In recent years I have become a huge fan of...

Therion: Leviathan (2021)

I know I am not the only person who felt that Therion’s previous album, ‘Beloved Antichrist’, was just too clever for its own good. A triple CD opera with a running time of more than 3 hours it was certainly ambitious, and a million miles away from what the band were...

Tommy Bolin: Shake The Devil. The lost Sessions (2021)

Tommy Bolin had already achieved a great deal by the time of his death at the tender age of 25, and one can only wonder what he might have gone onto in later life. I personally always thought that ‘Come Taste The Band’ was, and is, a vastly overlooked album in...

Twitch of the Death Nerve: Beset By False Prophets (2021)

It is safe to say that the London-based trio of Tom Bradfield (guitars, vocals), Tom Carter (bass) and Mauro Hammerition (drums) have had a rather slow burn, but with the release of their second album, 2020’s ‘A Resting Place For The Wrathful’, they have definitely...

Varmia: Bal Lada (2021)

This is the third album from Polish black metal/folk metal act Varmia, who have a somewhat unusual line-up. The first three guys are relatively normal in what they provide, with Ćwiara on bass, Emil on drums, and Lasota providing vocals and guitars. It is when we get...

Albare: Albare Plays Jobim, Vol. 2 (2021)

I guess it is my age, but I still like physical releases as opposed to digital, and when someone puts effort into it then all the better. Here we have the second in what may well be a three-volume series by Albare, and in the digipak we get information from Albare...

Casper Allen: The Magnolia Sessions (2021)

Just seeing the title ‘The Magnolia Sessions’ turn up in my inbox is guaranteed to put a smile on my face, as this is one of the most interesting musical series I have ever come across. All power to Dan Emery for these wonderful recordings and long may they continue....

Dave Stryker: Baker’s Circle (2021)

Following on from the success of his big band outing, ‘Blue Soul’, guitarist Dave Stryker is back with his hard-driving group. It features his working band of Jared Gold on Hammond B3 organ and McClenty Hunter on drums, while he brought in tenor player Walter Smith...
Ellery Daines: No​-​One (2021) single

Ellery Daines: No​-​One (2021) single

Ellery Daines is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer, and mixing engineer from Nelson, now based in the Norwegian Arctic city of Tromsø. Over the last five years he wrote, recorded, and mixed his debut album, Failure Thirty Minutes Deep, scheduled for...

Socioclast: Socioclast (2021)

Socioclast: Socioclast (2021)

It has often been pointed out to me during my reviewing career, often by my family, that I am somewhat unusual and could actually be viewed as being downright weird. I prefer to think of myself as having a broad and diverse taste in music, but even I cannot understand...

Sothiac: Tiamat (2021)

Sothiac: Tiamat (2021)

This EP finds three avant-garde and experimental artists working together to create something which is industrial, at the cutting edge of music, frightening in its intensity, yet also strangely compelling and other worldly. In recent years I have become a huge fan of...

Therion: Leviathan (2021)

Therion: Leviathan (2021)

I know I am not the only person who felt that Therion’s previous album, ‘Beloved Antichrist’, was just too clever for its own good. A triple CD opera with a running time of more than 3 hours it was certainly ambitious, and a million miles away from what the band were...

Tommy Bolin: Shake The Devil. The lost Sessions (2021)

Tommy Bolin: Shake The Devil. The lost Sessions (2021)

Tommy Bolin had already achieved a great deal by the time of his death at the tender age of 25, and one can only wonder what he might have gone onto in later life. I personally always thought that ‘Come Taste The Band’ was, and is, a vastly overlooked album in...

Varmia: Bal Lada (2021)

Varmia: Bal Lada (2021)

This is the third album from Polish black metal/folk metal act Varmia, who have a somewhat unusual line-up. The first three guys are relatively normal in what they provide, with Ćwiara on bass, Emil on drums, and Lasota providing vocals and guitars. It is when we get...

Albare: Albare Plays Jobim, Vol. 2 (2021)

Albare: Albare Plays Jobim, Vol. 2 (2021)

I guess it is my age, but I still like physical releases as opposed to digital, and when someone puts effort into it then all the better. Here we have the second in what may well be a three-volume series by Albare, and in the digipak we get information from Albare...

Casper Allen: The Magnolia Sessions (2021)

Casper Allen: The Magnolia Sessions (2021)

Just seeing the title ‘The Magnolia Sessions’ turn up in my inbox is guaranteed to put a smile on my face, as this is one of the most interesting musical series I have ever come across. All power to Dan Emery for these wonderful recordings and long may they continue....

Dave Stryker: Baker’s Circle (2021)

Dave Stryker: Baker’s Circle (2021)

Following on from the success of his big band outing, ‘Blue Soul’, guitarist Dave Stryker is back with his hard-driving group. It features his working band of Jared Gold on Hammond B3 organ and McClenty Hunter on drums, while he brought in tenor player Walter Smith...

Decline Of The I: Johannes (2021)

Decline Of The I: Johannes (2021)

Post black metal French band Decline of the I are back with their fourth album, which sees them start a new trilogy. Their first three were inspired by the works of French surgeon and neurologist Henri Laborit, while the new set are based on the output of Danish...

The Not Okays: Bite Me (2021) single

The Not Okays: Bite Me (2021) single

The Not Okays are a band who originally formed a few years ago just to have some fun at the Emo nights put on at Ding Dong Lounge. They comprise Noriel Wong (guitar), Aaron Prictor (guitar, vocals), Lauren Kate Borhani (vocals), Caitlin Clark (bass) and Bahador...

A Radical Sun: Love Shakes (2021) single

A Radical Sun: Love Shakes (2021) single

Everyone in Auckland has been incredibly frustrated with the lockdown which has now stretched past 100 days, impacting everyone inside the borders. Obviously one group which have been unable to work are the gigging musicians, which has seen some of them go into the...

On Tick: Nothing New (2021)

On Tick: Nothing New (2021)

{On Tick} was formed by brothers Brendan (vocals and drums) and Aidan O'Loughlin (vocals, guitar), out of the ashes of their previous band, Evil Tomato. They decided to work as a rough and raw punk duo, adapting some of the older songs to their new style, a few of...

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