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Lazy Fifty: Devil On His Day Off (2024) single

Here we have the second single from Lazy Fifty’s forthcoming ‘Neighbour of the Beast’. Adrian Athy provides all vocals and music apart from drums which were provided by producer Greg Haver. Musically this is a Seventies style rocker with grumbling riffs and nice...

The Witching Tale: What Magic Is This? (2023)

Two years on from their wonderful debut and Katharine Blake (Mediaeval Baebes, Miranda Sex Garden) and Michael York (Current 93, Coil, The Utopia Strong, Teleplasmiste) are back with their second album. Katharine provides Katharine Blake vocals, sopranino, descant and...

Troy Kingi: Time Wasters. Soundtrack to Current Day Meanderings (2023)

Here we have the seventh release in Troy’s 10/10/10 project of ten albums in ten different genres in ten years. This time credited to Tory Kingi & The Room Service, each album has a different credited band (although often the same musicians, this time it includes...

Todd Mosby: Land of Enchantment (2023)

No-one can accuse guitarist Todd Mosby of skimping on the musicians on this album as he has brought in Prince bassist Rhonda Smith, woodwind player Tom Scott (Joni Mitchell, Quincy Jones, Frank Sinatra), drummer Vinnie Colaiuta (Herbie Hancock, Jeff Beck, Frank...

Peter Xifaras: Fusion (2023)

This album finds Peter providing guitar and keyboards, and he is joined by Shunzo Ohno (trumpet), Xander Nichting (violin), Max Gerl (bass), Scott Jackson (drums and percussion) along with the Czech National Symphony, Orchestra on a few numbers. Now, I enjoy fusion as...

S.C.R.A.M: The Inner City (2023)

S.C.R.A.M. (Safety Control Rod Axe Man) is the solo project of Pranjal Tiwari who is probably best known for his work with the long-running cult doom metal band Cardinal Wyrm, Finnish-language hardcore band Ransu's Revenge, and more. Over the last few years he has...

October Tide: The Cancer Pledge (2023)

October Tide are back with their seventh album, with the same line-up since 2016 with founding guitarist Fredrik Norrman (ex-Katatonia, ex-Trees Of Eternity, Thenighttimeproject), second guitarist Mattias Norrman (ex-Katatonia), vocalist Alexander Högbom...

Matt Smith’s World: Into The Light (2023)

I must confess that I am sent a lot of music which can take time to get inside, whether it be avant-garde, technical death metal, jazz or prog, so sometimes the ears relax into a smile when they realise what is being played can be enjoyed the first time through...

Madre Vaca: Knights of the Round Table (2023)

When I was young, I was fascinated by the stories of King Arthur, Galahad, Guinevere and others, and I am sure this is why I named my first GSD, Merlin. Then of course came Rick Wakeman and his astonishingly ambitious and incredible first two albums, and from then on,...

Mac Gollehon & the Hispanic Mechanics: Bite of the Street (2023)

Trumpeter Mac Gollehon is one of the most in-demand musicians around, having played on literally thousands of records, including more than two hundred gold and platinum albums since the 1970’s, including his decade-plus run in Duran Duran. He’s widely known for his...
Darrel Treece-Birch’s Atlantea: Choices (2023)

Darrel Treece-Birch’s Atlantea: Choices (2023)

Back in 2013 I was trawling the web one night and came across an album called ‘Celestial’ by Darrel Treece-Birch which seemed interesting, so I grabbed it and gave it a positive review. What I did not know was that Darrel at the time was not only keyboard player with...

Bowmanville: Bowmanville (2022)

Bowmanville: Bowmanville (2022)

Here we have the debut album from jazz quintet Bowmanville, who comprise Ethan Adelsman (violin), Graham Nelson (vocals, harmonica), Mason Jiller (guitar) and Noah Plotkin (drums) along with bassists Oliver Horton and Ethan Philion who play on different tracks. Any...

Sadistic Force: Midnight Assassin (2023)

Sadistic Force: Midnight Assassin (2023)

Sadistic Force describe themselves as a blackened speed metal band who hail from Austin, Texas. Formed in 2020 by lead vocalist and guitarist, James Oliver, the band is completed by bassist Blaine Dismukes and drummer Jose Alcaraz. They say combine the subgenres of...

Autopsy: Ashes, Organs, Blood and Crypts (2023)

Autopsy: Ashes, Organs, Blood and Crypts (2023)

Looking over at my music DVDs I can see Autopsy’s ‘Dark Crusades’, a rough and raw set of cuts dating all the way back to 1988. Back when this was released in 2006, Autopsy were a band who had been replaced by Abscess, no-one ever daring to believe that one of the...

Imperial Slave:.​.​.​Still At Large (2023)

Imperial Slave:.​.​.​Still At Large (2023)

Imperial Slave was formed by vocalist and former Sinate and 8 Foot Sativa drummer Sam Sheppard in 2020, with local Palmerston North musicians Anthony Hati (guitar), Isaac Lundy (guitar) and Achillies Manley (bass). Sam is well-known in Aotearoa, renowned for his...

Chromium Hawk Machine -Annunaki 2017

Chromium Hawk Machine -Annunaki 2017

Double CD Issued By Black Widow Italy British Band www.facebook.com/BlackWidowRecordsItaly/ Rating 75/100 CD1 - 47:30       CD2- 59:01 Review content:Certainly for hard-core fans of “space Rock’ or particularly “Hawkwind” this two CD space rock extravaganza,is a nice...

DRIFTING SUN (UK) Veil

It becomes quite daunting when the entire discography over the years of a band are all major winners, with nary a thought of any weaker one among the lot. Such is the case with my long love affair with Drifting Sun going back to 2015 when I discovered the band’s “Trip...

Phase Of Twilight – EP

Phase Of Twilight – EP

Phase of Twilight is a progressive rock project based in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area. I’m always interested in compositions that evolve over time, taking us on a journey. Phase Of Twilight is s band that does this very well. ‘Moments Pass By’ opens the EP with...

‘Fuse’ A Night At The ‘ Savino Rock Bar’ 2024

Cypriot Band Rating 90https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TU5nR6CfHB8/100 https://www.facebook.com/fusecyhttps://www.facebook.com/fusecy https://www.facebook.com/savinolivevenue Cyprus as a holiday destination island, gives the overall impressions that the locals have an...

RICK MILLER (CANADA) One of the Many

Here is a consistently focused artist that just keeps on giving every year sterling musical adventures, that pay homage to the early glory years of Progressive rock. Yes, there is an obvious Floyd reference, as well as the Moody Blues and early Alan Parsons Project,...

MANGROVE (NETHERLANDS) Bridge to Fiction

Guitarist, vocalist, and keyboard player Roland Van der Horst is, after 15 long years, back in the prog game with a long-awaited new album, which I happily jumped on as I really enjoyed all their previous recordings.  Longtime bassist Pieter Drost and new drummer Lex...

Long Tall J – Solidarity 2024

Long Tall J – Solidarity 2024

CD Solidarity -Private Press 50mins Produced in London by Long Tall J and Co Produced in  Delft Netherlands by Emiel Zwaard The album will be released on Bandcamp and all streaming platforms. Physical cd’s will be available via Bandcamp  Website. www.longtallj.com ...

AURORA LUNARE (ITALY) Terzo Luogo

The second album comes a decade later, after the well received and critically acclaimed self titled debut from the Livorno band, proving that patience is definitely a virtue, especially when the end result is so satisfying. They did however put out a covers tribute of...

SHADOWS ON MERCURY (UK) Worlds Apart

Things constantly change in our mad, mad world, often pulled apart by a wide variety of human attributes of the lesser kind, namely jealousy, conflicting egos, falsehoods, mood swings (natural or externally ingested), and of course, the grand daddy of them all...

LOGOS (ITALY) Bokeh

In 2014, I took a chance on a Verona based band Logos and their majestic “L’Enigma della Vita” release, presumably because the title (The Enigma of Life) has always been a source of personal inspiration. The fact that the cover was extremely appealing also contributed...

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