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Jonathan Wilson – Rare Birds

Jonathan Wilson – Rare Birds

Published on 4th April 2018 | by Professor Mark

I have been a fan of Jonathan Wilson ever since hearing his first album Gentle Spirit, released back in August 2011, and timed perfectly during a very difficult period for me – it’s an album that... Read More


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Richard Wileman - Veil

Richard Wileman – Veil

Published on 31st March 2018 | by Jez Rowden

Released in late summer last year, the Ghost EP was the briefest of calling cards to mark the start of Richard Wileman’s musical career outside the Karda Estra brand, within which he has worked for the... Read More


CD Reviews

Camembert - Negative Toe

Camembert – Negative Toe

Published on 30th March 2018 | by Roger Trenwith

The excellent cheese-rock that is not cheesy in the slightest of French troubadours Camembert returns with a delightfully skewiff trip along the blue lines and down into the holes entitled Negative Toe. Not as immediate as... Read More


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Kino – Radio Voltaire

Kino – Radio Voltaire

Published on 27th March 2018 | by Professor Mark

Kino’s Picture was my favourite album of 2005. In fact, I would easily say, without looking, that it was one of my favourite albums of the first decade of the 2000s. Despite wanting to hear a... Read More


CD Reissues

Curved Air - Air Cut

Curved Air – Air Cut [Reissue]

Published on 26th March 2018 | by Zachary Nathanson

By the early 1970s Curved Air had achieved success with the release of their first three studio albums (Air Conditioning, Second Album, and Phantasmagoria). This was further supported by touring with artists such as Black Sabbath,... Read More


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Vantomme – Vegir

Vantomme – Vegir

Published on 22nd March 2018 | by Mel Allen

When I spotted this album for review I must confess that it was seeing Tony Levin’s name that intrigued me, however this thought does a disservice to the other very talented musicians on this release, a... Read More


CD Reviews

Rick Springfield – The Snake King

Rick Springfield – The Snake King

Published on 20th March 2018 | by John Wenlock-Smith

Australian born, but American raised, Rick Springfield – yes, he of Jessie’s Girl (General Hospital) fame – has gone back to his blues roots on this his latest album, successfully fusing his pop sensibilities with traditional... Read More


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