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Alchem –Viaggio Al Centro Della Tebba (Journey To The Center of the Earth) 2018

2018 Black Widow Records CD 60.49 mins Alternative/Prog Rock/Metal www.alchemwebsite.com/alchemband www.facebook.com/pg/alchem.band/about/?ref My Rating 90/100 From a compositional perspective: ‘Alchem’ is one of those albums which will genuinely stretch your...

Gin Lady: Camping with Bodhi (2021)

I know virtually nothing about these guys, apart from they hail from northern Sweden and I believe this is their fourth album. Going by the funky artwork I also believe there are four of them, which means the singer must also be a musician as we have keyboards,...

Julian Gerstin: Music for the Exploration of Elusive Phenomena (2021)

If one goes to percussionist Julian Gerstin’s website one will find it is subtitled Music of Africa, the Caribbean and the African Diaspora —percussion / ethnomusicology. That is a pretty good way of describing this music as while arguably it is jazz in its widest...

The Rising Tide: The Hope We Die For (2023)

Palmerston North deathcore band The Rising Tide had a great 2022, touring for the first time in six years and here we are now with their latest EP which is being released in time for a quick nationwide tour which sees them playing Auckland, New Plymouth, Wellington,...

Richard “Piano” Scott: Jambalaya Town (2014)

Last year one of my daughters went on a travelling tour of the States with her partner, and of course one of the places they visited was New Orleans. This meant they had to visit some jazz clubs, and at one of them she was incredibly impressed by the playing of...

Dave Miller Trio: The Mask-erade is Over (2021)

In 2009 Miller released his first album on the Summit label, ‘Rapture’, which featured drummer Bill Belasco and bassist Mario Suraci. Over the last ten years he and his trio have worked with his daughter, singer Rebecca DuMaine, recording with her on six albums, while...

UFO: No Heavy Petting [2023 Remaster] (1976)

Unless you were a teenager in the UK in the mid to late Seventies I don’t think it is possible to understand just how important UFO were to the hard rock scene. These days many metalheads don’t even know who they are, yet Steve Harris has never forgotten that Pete Way...

UFO: Werewolves Of London (2022)

On February 10th 1998 UFO strode out onto the Civic Hall stage in Wolverhampton, and the set was recorded and soon made available as an album. Just before Christmas, Cleopatra Records reissued it in multiple forms (including purple vinyl) and it allows us to hear what...

Behemoth: In Absentia Dei (2021)

Covid saw quite a few bands release streaming events as a way of keeping fans interested while no touring was taking place, as well of course hopefully generating valuable revenue for the bands. The mighty Behemoth were no different, and here we have the set recorded...

Bob Mintzer & WDR Big Band Cologne: Soundscapes (2021)

Mintzer has been conductor and arranger for WDR Big Band Cologne for six years now, relishing the opportunity to play regularly in an ensemble of 17 people, much like the touring bands of the Forties. These days most jazz musicians work in small groups, often playing...
Joe Wunderle: The Magnolia Sessions (2021)

Joe Wunderle: The Magnolia Sessions (2021)

Here we have another album recorded under the magnolia tree in the rear yard of the Anti-Corporate Music/Black Matter Mastering HQ in Nashville, Tennessee, by owner Dan Emery. Tonight, it was the turn of Joe Wunderle, and it is interesting to hear his thoughts on the...

Linda Moylan: The Merchant (2021)

Linda Moylan: The Merchant (2021)

Linda Moylan is a London-based, Irish-born singer-songwriter, and this was her second full-length album, released towards the end of 2021 (her third is currently in the works). Sadly, I have no details of who plays on this, but given it was produced by Phil Beer of...

Pathology: The Everlasting Plague (2021)

Pathology: The Everlasting Plague (2021)

Death metal merchants Pathology are back with their second album since their rebirth in 2018 when drummer and founder Dave Astor brought back singer Obie Flett who had previously been in the band back in 2010, along with new members guitarist Dan Richardson and...

The Resonant Rogues: The Magnolia Sessions (2021)

The Resonant Rogues: The Magnolia Sessions (2021)

The next in this wonderful and important series of albums is by The Resonant Rogues, whose dark Appalachian folk paints a picture of their lives in the mountains of Western North Carolina and on the road. The duo is Sparrow (banjo, accordion) and Keith Smith (guitar),...

Alison Krauss and Robert Plant: Raise the Roof (2021)

Alison Krauss and Robert Plant: Raise the Roof (2021)

Some 14 years on from the somewhat unusual pairing of Plant with American bluegrass-country singer Alison Krauss which saw the release of ‘Raising Sand’ to wide acclaim, the duo came back with ‘Raising The Roof’ which has been nominated for three Grammy’s. While the...

Uncle Watson’s Widow: Hindsight (2021)

Uncle Watson’s Widow: Hindsight (2021)

Uncle Watson's Widow is a heavy blues rock band from Winston-Salem, North Carolina and is comprised of Jon Epstein (bass, guitars), Bekkah Moss (vocals), Steve Jones (vocals, guitar, bass), Matt D'Amico (drums) and Steve Mowery (keyboards, bass). I know very little...

Journey: Live in Concert at Lollapalooza (2022)

Journey: Live in Concert at Lollapalooza (2022)

When a band has been around as long as Journey, one is never sure what they are going to be like in concert, but on July 31st 2021 at their headline performance at Lollapalooza there is no doubt whatsoever they pulled back the years and took the Chicago crowd on a...

Holy Crime: Play Toy (2022) single

Holy Crime: Play Toy (2022) single

Holy Crime are a relatively new band from Auckland, comprising Benny Richards (guitar, vocals), Tom Anderson (bass, vocals). Jacob Stutton (guitar) and Mat Hinton (drums), with Play Toy being their debut single. Sometimes, just sometimes, one hears a song and...

Adam McGrath: Dear Companions (2022)

Adam McGrath: Dear Companions (2022)

Due to many reasons, I have been somewhat late to the underground NZ scene but over the last few years have been fortunate enough to meet some incredible people, see some amazing performances, and hear some wonderful music. All of these come together in one man, Adam...

The Weever Sands -Secrets of the Pecking Order (2022)

The Weever Sands -Secrets of the Pecking Order (2022)

Trommelfell-Records (LC 02040) Germany. 45mins Post Rock ‘Oldfield; styled progressive rock luxuriousness. https://www.the-weever-sands.com https://www.facebook.com/theweeversands. My Rating 90/100 Am I being fussy or what? I say that because, when I was reviewing the...

Goodcorz: Too Many Times (2022) single

Goodcorz: Too Many Times (2022) single

This single marks a return to original music for Corey Cross for the first time in more then twenty years, and here he has been joined by Anton Harris (drums), Phil Doublet (ukelele, steel guitar), and Greg Mannering (bass, backing vocals). It took me a while to think...

Something Zesty: She’s Right (2022) single

Something Zesty: She’s Right (2022) single

It has been more than a year since I last heard from the Whanganui boys, when I reviewed the single/video Footprintz. This is a song which in some ways has been kicking around for a while as Isaac got the rhythm and riff from jamming in his room and as soon as Andrew...

Taipella Tide: You That I Want (2022) single

Taipella Tide: You That I Want (2022) single

Taipella Tide is the solo project from Chris Buhler, who is also in {Fin Rah Zel}. The song came to Chris when he was on the beach at San Sebastian, Spain, just swimming and strumming his acoustic. It definitely has that summery feel to it, with the heart of the song...

Miinds: Loveless (2022) single

Miinds: Loveless (2022) single

Miinds came together in 2020, which is probably not the best time for a band to be forming, but they all knew each other from different projects and were soon writing music together, albeit remotely. Loveless is the first song they came up with, and is also their...

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