Review: Reverend & The Makers – The Death of a King

On their sixth album, Reverend & the Makers continue on that path they started to explore in 2015’s Mirrors. A change in sound that conveys both maturity and a need to move away from a genre they knew too well and exhausted with their first two albums. The Death of a King goes for a full, lush sound, that deftly changes from classic sixties pop … Continue reading Review: Reverend & The Makers – The Death of a King

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Review: Acidandali – Plaga

I (Psicopatía para la justicia) ‘You must be Mr. Laurie. I’m Hugh Sholay, they sent me from Central.’ ‘Ah, yes, did they explain the process?’ ‘Yes, but if you still fancy giving me a tour of the place, please do.’ Mr. Laurie walks me through the old archival site. All the film cans from 1960 to 1980 are housed are, in a remote warehouse in … Continue reading Review: Acidandali – Plaga

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Review: La Sera – Queens EP

Whoa, Katy Goodman, slow down! Three releases in a year! And all good to boot! Queens is a rapid-fire EP delivered just in time for a new La Sera tour, and in its curt 18 minutes, it motors through emotions, swathing our hearts with warm guitars and some shredding solos. Yes, shredding solos. In a La Sera album. The punkier attitude is still there and the solos come with … Continue reading Review: La Sera – Queens EP

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Psychedelic Pill

5 out of 5 stars

To some, Neil Young’s latest album will be nothing more than a massive dollop of self-indulgence. But for those who share his passion, and unrestrained creativity, the longest studio record of his career is also one of his best. Continue reading “Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Psychedelic Pill”

Gig Review: Rough Shag presents…Chains of Love, Vladimir, Death Rays of Ardilla

The right atmosphere was set up in Bungalows and Bears that night. The usual foot traffic of every Saturday night was treated to a mix of psychedelia, hard rock and desert rock. Yes, another Rough Shag night, full of rocking bands and vinyl records… Continue reading “Gig Review: Rough Shag presents…Chains of Love, Vladimir, Death Rays of Ardilla”