Jack Green, The Party At The End Of The World, 2020

And while the name Jack Green did not really ring a bell with me, reading through the press information I learned that

The Needs, You Need The Needs, 2019

Don’t know how this ended up on my desk, but currently making rounds in my CD player is this album “You Need

Acoustic Black, In A Different Light, 2019

From the Bavaria region in Germany come this trio, Acoustic Black. The name, in combination with the front cover, should tell you

Bryan Beller, Scenes From The Flood, 2019

Some musicians are so talented it’s almost inhuman. And when they often work with other guys whose chops are also out of

Freya Roy, Ahlke, 2019

When I was reading the press sheet coming with this album, I got a bit sad and ashamed that, in this day

Guy Paul Thibault, The Road Between, 2019

When you play over 200 shows per year and still manage to record a new album, you must be dedicated to your

John Wiseman, Filling The Void, 2019

One should never underestimate the power of building a good track order for one’s release. But when your album covers a pretty

F-uki, F-uki Music, 2016

From Japan comes F-uki, who was pretty adamant I’d write about this album. So I will. Self described as “Pursuit of balance

Ronny Morris, Sweet Silence, 2018

I cannot help but smile while listening to this debut from Danish musician Ronny Morris. Not because of the beautiful and a

Baskery, Coyote & Sirens, 2018

Talking about never judge a book, ehr CD by the cover. Don’t know about you, but when I put this CD in

Ljungblut, Villa Carlotta 5959, 2018

When the first song was playing, I was suddenly thinking “have U2 gone new wave?” But then I remembered I was listening

Peak, Electric Bouquet, 2018

Another album that has been playing for quite a while here at YMB HQ, is the debut from NYC band Peak. Consisting

Maks, 3FT No Diving, 2017

Maks are a Dutch rock band, initiated by singer and multi-instrumentalist Maks A. Assisting him are Peter Bernauw (guitars), Claudio Guliker (bass),

Hello Stranger, Long Division, 2018

Hello Stranger are a fairly new band, who met in LA around 2015. Sam Deffenbaugh is the singer / guitarist, Daniel Rodriguez

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