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Cyklad (Björn Sandström) – Off Line

Sweden Private Press 55mins Artwork By  Saida Krause Soderstrom My Rating 90/100 https://www.facebook.com/bjorn.sandstrom.5 I was delighted to receive a message from my friend Björn Sandström, asking me to check out his recently completed ‘solo project, which is due...

Coridian: State of Mind (2022) single

Part of me is incredibly pleased that Coridian are based in Auckland, as it means I get to see them play, but another part of me really wishes they were in somewhere like London as if they could get in front of the mass media and fans, I am convinced they would be...

Mediæval Bæbes: MydWynter (2022)

My mother was a trained singer, while she and my dad met when they were both members of a choir founded and conducted by my grandfather. I was raised in the church, and perhaps unsurprisingly I was also a soloist, and heard a huge amount of choir music. I am sure this...

The Albion Christmas Band: All Are Safely Gathered In (2022)

The Albion Christmas Band features the combined talents of Simon Nicol (founder member of Fairport Convention) on acoustic guitar and vocals, Kellie While (Albion Band), acoustic guitar, vocals, Simon Care (Edward II), melodeons, and the Guv'nor himself, Ashley...

Maryen Cairns: Anew (2022)

I still find it wonderful that one of the unexpected side benefits of the release of my books is being brought back into contact with Maryen Cairns, who I first reviewed some 30 years ago! Over the last few years, I have been getting up to speed with Maryen’s releases...

Riqi Harawira: E Rere Ai (Fly Away) (2022) single

E rere ai is a song which originally came from a poem written by Riqi and his partner Floss (who appears in the video) which touches on love, hopes, and dreams. They are a Māori/Pakeha blended couple deeply in love with each other, with the idea of an equal union...

Tahini Bikini: Fever Dream (2022)

Here we have the debut album by Wellington band Tahini Bikini, who at the time were Mads Taylor, (lead vocals, lyrics) Alex Coffey (keyboards, rhythm guitar, production), Lukas Jury (lead guitar), Cae Heke (bass), Chev Fraser (trumpet) and Barney Johnson (drums)...

Greta O’Leary: Treasure Horse (2022)

Following on from the release of her first two singles earlier this year, alt-folk artist Greta O’Leary has now released her debut EP which contains five songs, including both singles. In the past I have likened Greta to Vashti Bunyan, {Jazmine Mary} and {French For...

Anderson Rocio: Chapter One (2022)

I guess it will be a long time before I think of Anderson of anything different to how I first saw her, playing a grand piano wearing a wonderful ballroom dress as she opened for {Sol3 Mio}. We have kept in touch since then, and last year I reviewed her excellent...

Seas Of Conflict: Consume (2022) single

I know I was not the only one within the metal scene to be excited when I heard there was a new release coming from Seas of Conflict. Although there have been significant line-up changes since I last saw them play, the duo of Kody (vocals) and Nic (all instruments)...
Cyklad (Björn Sandström) – Off Line

Cyklad (Björn Sandström) – Off Line

Sweden Private Press 55mins Artwork By  Saida Krause Soderstrom My Rating 90/100 https://www.facebook.com/bjorn.sandstrom.5 I was delighted to receive a message from my friend Björn Sandström, asking me to check out his recently completed ‘solo project, which is due...

Coridian: State of Mind (2022) single

Coridian: State of Mind (2022) single

Part of me is incredibly pleased that Coridian are based in Auckland, as it means I get to see them play, but another part of me really wishes they were in somewhere like London as if they could get in front of the mass media and fans, I am convinced they would be...

Mediæval Bæbes: MydWynter (2022)

Mediæval Bæbes: MydWynter (2022)

My mother was a trained singer, while she and my dad met when they were both members of a choir founded and conducted by my grandfather. I was raised in the church, and perhaps unsurprisingly I was also a soloist, and heard a huge amount of choir music. I am sure this...

Maryen Cairns: Anew (2022)

Maryen Cairns: Anew (2022)

I still find it wonderful that one of the unexpected side benefits of the release of my books is being brought back into contact with Maryen Cairns, who I first reviewed some 30 years ago! Over the last few years, I have been getting up to speed with Maryen’s releases...

Riqi Harawira: E Rere Ai (Fly Away) (2022) single

Riqi Harawira: E Rere Ai (Fly Away) (2022) single

E rere ai is a song which originally came from a poem written by Riqi and his partner Floss (who appears in the video) which touches on love, hopes, and dreams. They are a Māori/Pakeha blended couple deeply in love with each other, with the idea of an equal union...

Tahini Bikini: Fever Dream (2022)

Tahini Bikini: Fever Dream (2022)

Here we have the debut album by Wellington band Tahini Bikini, who at the time were Mads Taylor, (lead vocals, lyrics) Alex Coffey (keyboards, rhythm guitar, production), Lukas Jury (lead guitar), Cae Heke (bass), Chev Fraser (trumpet) and Barney Johnson (drums)...

Greta O’Leary: Treasure Horse (2022)

Greta O’Leary: Treasure Horse (2022)

Following on from the release of her first two singles earlier this year, alt-folk artist Greta O’Leary has now released her debut EP which contains five songs, including both singles. In the past I have likened Greta to Vashti Bunyan, {Jazmine Mary} and {French For...

Anderson Rocio: Chapter One (2022)

Anderson Rocio: Chapter One (2022)

I guess it will be a long time before I think of Anderson of anything different to how I first saw her, playing a grand piano wearing a wonderful ballroom dress as she opened for {Sol3 Mio}. We have kept in touch since then, and last year I reviewed her excellent...

Seas Of Conflict: Consume (2022) single

Seas Of Conflict: Consume (2022) single

I know I was not the only one within the metal scene to be excited when I heard there was a new release coming from Seas of Conflict. Although there have been significant line-up changes since I last saw them play, the duo of Kody (vocals) and Nic (all instruments)...

Christine White: Raven (2022)

Christine White: Raven (2022)

This multi-media project commenced in March 2020, and more than 2 ½ years later the release had come together with five songs (one of which is a remix of the opening title cut by electronic producer Paddy Free, so there are six tracks). These are accompanied by three...

Goodnight My Darling: Goodnight My Darling (2022)

Goodnight My Darling: Goodnight My Darling (2022)

If it hadn’t been for an unfortunate clash with an event I had to attend, I would have been at Whammy a few weeks back to hear Goodnight My Darling, (Maxine Macaulay), and now I have listened to her debut album I so wish I had been able to make it. Still, at least...

Terrible Sons: Tomorrow Always Comes (2022) single

Terrible Sons: Tomorrow Always Comes (2022) single

Last week I was fortunate enough to see husband and wife duo Lauren and Matt Barus, otherwise known as Terrible Sons, perform at Wine Cellar, and it was truly a magical evening. Both are wonderful singers, with Matt providing different styles of guitars and Lauren...

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  • Mediæval Bæbes – MydWynter
    by Jez Rowden on December 9, 2022 at 7:00 pm

    When you think of Christmas albums, it can all get a bit cloying. As a long-term veteran of the Retail Wars, having to hear Christmas music on constant rotation for three months of the year was enough to put you off for life. I have struggled with the prolonged Christmas season and many of its [&hellip

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    by John Giordano on December 8, 2022 at 7:00 pm

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    by Graham Thomas on December 7, 2022 at 7:00 pm

    Montrose were formed in 1973 when hot shot American session guitarist Ronnie Montrose quit the Edgar Winter Group and teamed up with Sam Hagar (as he was then known) and drummer Denny Carmassi, who had been playing together in cover bands, and bassist Bill Church who he knew from their days of playing for Van [&hellip

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    by Bob Mulvey on December 6, 2022 at 7:00 pm

    Hailing from Finland, Juha Kujanpää is a keyboard player and composer who, along with his ‘solo’ albums, writes music for movies, documentary films and theatre productions. In 2013 he formed a quartet which acted as the core band for the three albums released in the 2010s – Kivenpyörittäjä (Tales and Travels), Kultasiipi (Goldwing) and Niin [&hellip

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    by Phil Lively on December 5, 2022 at 7:00 pm

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    by Jez Rowden on December 4, 2022 at 7:00 pm

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    by Alex Driessen on December 3, 2022 at 7:00 pm

    Charles ‘Chas’ Cronk is an English rock singer-songwriter, musician and producer. However, he is best known as the bassist for the Strawbs from 1973 to 1980 and then from 2004 to the present. Cronk has also collaborated on studio recordings and toured with the likes of Steve Hackett (Genesis) and Rick Wakeman (Yes). In addition, [&hellip

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    by Basil Francis on December 2, 2022 at 7:00 pm

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    by The Progressive Aspect on December 2, 2022 at 9:00 am

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    by Jez Rowden on December 1, 2022 at 7:00 pm

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