RPWL, God Has Failed – Live and Personal, 2021

This RPWL release features a live in the studio rerecording of their debut, marking its 20th anniversary. Of course, this was intended

At The Grove, And All The Fear We Left Behind, 2021

Sometimes an album just puts a smile on your face. And here is one of them. Already on first play, I was

Rome, Parlez-Vous Hate?, 2021

While I am late to the party, Rome was rather quick to follow up on The Lone Furrow, with this, Parlez-vous Hate?

Kate Vargas, For The Wolfish & Wandering, 2021

Imagine if you will a mix of Tom Waits and PJ Harvey with roots in Americana and folk rock, and you will

new D’Ercole album and video

Expect the latest D’Ercole album Quantum 8 on March 23, 2022. Album 8 (duh) from the band continues seamlessly where the well-received

Rich Krueger, The Troth Sessions, 2020

Second time US artist Rich Krueger gets a feature on these pages. And this is something quite different from that, his second

Modern Stars, Silver Needles, 2020

Very little information came with this one, so a quick internet search revealed that this is a neo-psych (?) band from Italy.

The Foxholes, Foxholesque, 2020

My Spanish friends The Foxholes are back with Foxholesque! (Let’s just pretend it is still early 2021, so their newer album Hex

Nathan’s Brother, Spot On, 2021

Nathan’s Brother is Dutch multi-instrumentalist Maurice. Who might also be Nathan’s brother, I don’t know 😉 Anyway, with Spot On he delivers

Vasko Atanasovski Adrabesa Quartet, Phoenix, 2020

This quartet consists of a percussionist / Indian Tabla drummer, an accordionist, a tuba player and a composer / saxophonist. Out on

Adam’s Curse, What The Ancients Knew About Us, 2020

I will not bother nor bore you with the reasons behind all the delays in writing reviews, but will keep trying to

Markus Spittka, God Is Love, 2020

Of course the world is filled with guitar wizards who can shred like there’s no tomorrow. So the question is do we

Biffy Clyro, The Myth of the Happily Ever After, 2021

It hasn’t been long since Biffy Clyro released ‘a celebration of endings’, which I hoped to be my personal celebration of the

Peter Cat, The Saccharine Underground, 2020

Let me start with making my apologies for the lack of updates.  These are strange times and time for me has been

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