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The John Irvine Band -THE MACHINERY OF THE HEAVENS’

UK “Head In The Door Records”  2020 Total Time 54:21 www.johnirvine.co.uk www.facebook.com/johnkeirirvine www.thejohnirvineband.bandcamp.com Rating 85/100 Following an extremely comprehensive musical education initially at Dartington College of Arts followed by...

The Ikan Method –Blue Sun

Maracash Recorsds 2020 www.theikanmethod.com https://www.facebook.com/luca.grosso.524 facebook.com/theikanmethod info@theikanmethod.com Rating 85/100   It is always such a motivating situation when reviewing an album to come across those musicians who have dedicated...

Ancient Veil –Rings of Earthly (Live)

2018 Lizard Records / Black Widow Progressive Rock- Symphoni / Baroque / folk Italy CD   73:25 mins www.ancientveil.it https://www.facebook.com/AncientVeil Rating 90/100 The roots for the music on this album go way back to1985 when musicians Alessandro Serri and...

Tenek: Smoke & Mirrors (2015)

UK band TENEK first appeared back in 2007 with an initial EP, and have since then carved out their very own niche in an arguably more mainstream oriented part of the music scene in the UK and beyond with three studio albums and a handful of EPs to their name. "Smoke...

Ævintyr-“Gjest Baardsen”.

Private Press Norway 2019 www.facebook.com/aevintyrmusikk Art Rock /Progressive 38:10 mins Rating 90/100 A great album for your collection. Tucked neatly along the south shore of Trondheim Fjord at the point of intersection with the mouth of the River Nidelva lies the...

Bihargam: Ove Tenebrae (2020)

US band BIHARGAM is a relative newcomer to the metal scene, formed back in 2018 as a one man project for the first album, which was released in 2019, and since then morphing into a quartet. "Ove Tenebrae" is the second album to be issued under the Bihargam moniker,...

Mr Fox – The Gipsy / Mr Fox

UK BGO 2020 Reissue of Transatlantic Albums:-  ‘The Gipsy (1970)’  ‘Mr Fox (1971)’ https://www.bgo-records.com/product/mr-fox-the-gipsy/ Rating 80/100 A splendid two album British folk package published on a single CD that has been digitally remastered by BGO “Beat...

Brudini – From Darkness, Light

Norway 2020 Apollon Records. 39:48 mins www.brudini.com https://www.facebook.com/brudinimusic/ Album link: https://soundcloud.com/brudini/sets/from-darkness-light/s-3YpHuJsvBQw Rating 85/100   Every now and then somebody new and quite different comes to your...

Scaphism: Perpetual Torment (2019)

US band SCAPHISM has been around in one form or another since 2007, exploring their particular brand of extreme metal on a number of EPs/demo tapes as well as on two studio albums. The most recent sign of recorded life from the band came in the fall of 2019, in the...

Attaxe: 20 Years The Hard Way (2020)

Back in 1985 some guys together in Cleveland, Ohio, to form a band heavily inspired by the NWOBHM movement out of the UK. A year later they released their first demo tape, and then followed the usual pattern of line-up changes, more demo tapes, with their final...

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  • Jump – Breaking Point
    by Tony Colvill on November 26, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    The music industry is fickle, the charts like production-line models, endlessly similar until the next relaunch, Mark II, Mark III etc. Then there is Jump! This is the fourteenth studio album in a career of over 25 years; I’ve had the pleasure of introducing them and their charismatic lead John Dexter Jones with not an [&hellip

  • Kalandra – The Line
    by Nick Hudson on November 25, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    I’m well aware that the appropriateness of genre labels can be quite subjective, and yet I have to wonder just what is played on Norwegian radio for Kalandra to be “pop sensations”, even when the adjective “alternative” is sometimes added to that statement. Now I’m not averse to pop by any means (and in fact [&hellip

  • Vennart – In The Dead, Dead Wood
    by Jez Rowden on November 24, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    A new album from Mike Vennart is certainly something to get excited about, and an unexpected one released with little build up – only a week after it was announced – is even more of a treat. In the Dead, Dead Wood marks the third chapter in the ex-Oceansize man’s solo career, seeing him strike [&hellip

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    by Nick Hudson on November 23, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    ‘Compassion’ sounds like a warm and fuzzy word. And yet, when you think about it, it is almost the opposite. Compassion is essentially the sympathetic consciousness of and concern for the suffering, distress and misfortunes of others. Its Latin roots translate it almost literally as “suffer with”. Not so warm and fuzzy then? I mention [&hellip

  • Rain – Singularity
    by Leo Trimming on November 22, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    In the year that will always be known for a disastrous pandemic, it has become increasingly noticeable how music has responded intuitively with releases redolent with both negative and positive perspectives on these strange and stressful times. In Singularity, Rain have poured forth their own mixed emotions in a fascinating cascade of myriad styles and [&hellip

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    I admit it. I was ready to be underwhelmed by Powerclashing Maximalism. It might be the third album from the band, but I’d never heard of Autocatalytica, so had no idea about the diversity of their sound, and though I had no problem with the heaviness of the music, when the vocals first came in [&hellip

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    by Alex Driessen on November 20, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    After the huge success of their US tour in 2019, Yes has just released The Royal Affair Tour: Live From Las Vegas. The album comes in three formats: a CD digi-pack with a 12-page booklet, as a double LP with a gatefold cover and a large format book, and, of course, also digital. Most Yes [&hellip

  • Ihlo – In Stasis (Live) [EP]
    by Nick Hudson on November 19, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Young British band Ihlo burst onto the scene last year, and immediately polarised opinion. If ever there were a Marmite band it seemed to be Ihlo. Most criticism, in my opinion quite unfounded, was that they were merely copycats. The main reason I don’t really believe this to be true, is that there was very [&hellip

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    by Jez Rowden on November 18, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Jakko Jakszyk’s profile is higher than ever at the moment, as a consequence of being, since 2013, the voice and second guitar in a rejuvenated King Crimson. But that is just the tip of the iceberg of a career that has spanned over 40 years and seen him work with Tom Robinson, Pip Pyle, Dave [&hellip

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    by Mel Allen on November 17, 2020 at 7:00 pm

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