Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Dare – Road To Eden 

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For much of their career British rock band Dare has featured two keyboard players. That tends to be unusual, but not without precedent, with...

Brave Rival – Life’s Machine

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Nominated for Best Emerging Blues Artist Of The Year at this year’s UK Blues Awards 2022, this Portsmouth-based five-piece play fast and loose with...

Download Festival 2022: The Big Fat Review

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Three years ago, we left the grounds of Donington Racecourse expecting to return for another ground-shaking weekend of rock n' roll only 12 months...

Bill Bruford – Making A Song and Dance: A Complete Career Collection 

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Bill Bruford is one of those guys who could make you sick. A man who’s supposedly retired from the music industry but still looks...

The Tangent deliver Songs From The Hard Shoulder 

The Tangent are a heady combination of ridiculously talented musicians who’re able to tackle topics of considerable social and political gravitas and make credible...
Simon McBride

Simon McBride shows he is still The Fighter

Simon McBride is a Belfast boy who’s been referred to as the spiritual heir to other Irish guitar greats like Rory Gallagher and Gary...

Joe Bonamassa finally returns to the Royal Albert Hall 05/05/22

On what now feels like a rarity after recent years, a wonderful stroll through a rather sunny London day couldn’t get much better, but...
Jo Dog and Paul Black

Jo Dog and Paul Black claim Everybody rains on my parade

Everybody Rains On My Parade is a collaborative effort between Jo Dog, guitar man in Dog’s D’Amour, and Paul Black, original vocalist in platinum-selling...
Matt Heafy

Ibaraki finally unleash Rashomon

One of the most anticipated metal releases is just around the corner at the time of writing this review. Trivium's Matt Heafy's black metal...

Larry McCray – Blues Without You

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Larry McCray’s in his sixties, life’s not been easy. He’s fell through the cracks a few times, personal hardships, dark moments and more besides....