Album Review: Captain of the Lost Waves Album – Hidden Gems: Chapter II

Captain of the Lost Waves is an extremely talented solo musician and performer, and you can find out more about him by checking out the interview I did with him here, this is also not the first time I’ve reviewed his music, and you can check those out by clicking here and here.  ‘Isles Of … Continue reading Album Review: Captain of the Lost Waves Album – Hidden Gems: Chapter II

Album Review: Captain of the Lost Waves – Synthesis

Captain of the Lost Waves is a nautical themed adventurer, musician and performer and if you would like to find out more about him then check out this interview I did with him by clicking here. I’ve also reviewed his music before and you can check that out here and here.  ‘Transient’ opens with a … Continue reading Album Review: Captain of the Lost Waves – Synthesis

Album Review: Anderson .Paak – Oxnard

After teasing three singles, West-Coast based singer Anderson .Paak released his fourth instalment, Oxnard on November 2018, starring a high-calibre list of artists including Snoop Dogg, J Cole, and Q.Tip. The on-point production palette allows Paak to explore the sunshine soul associated with his funky feel-good style. The breakthrough of his critically acclaimed albums, primarily … Continue reading Album Review: Anderson .Paak – Oxnard

Album Review: Laurie Anderson / Kronos Quartet – Landfall

Known for her electronic aplomb, Laurie Anderson’s newest collaboration with the experimental Kronos Quartet is subversive with moving documents of suffering and loss. The long-awaited pair has been in the works for “many years” says Kronos founder David Harrington. The album was released in February 2018 by Nonesuch Records. The fabulously iconic performative artist whose … Continue reading Album Review: Laurie Anderson / Kronos Quartet – Landfall

Album Review: Aries Field – Path for Redemption

Aries Field is a one-man hard/alternative rock band, originally from Italy but now based elsewhere. Aries Field was originally a three a three man group, made up of Fabio Stroppa, Francesco barnabó, and Davide Valentini but after developing their first full length album they split up. However Fabio Stroppa kept Aries Field alive, and is … Continue reading Album Review: Aries Field – Path for Redemption

Album Review: Danny Mortimer – Anything But Silent

Danny Mortimer is a singer-songwriter from Scotland, and I’ll be reviewing his latest album ‘Anything But Silent’ which was released on April 17th 2018. It features Danny Mortimer who runs the gamut and plays Guitars, Vocals, Bass, Backing Vocals, Keyboards and Synths and he is joined by Jack Nicolson who’s part of his live band, … Continue reading Album Review: Danny Mortimer – Anything But Silent

Album Review: Ninja Sex Party – Cool Patrol

So this is my sixth Ninja Sex Party review, you can check out the previous reviews by clicking here, here, here, here and here. And if you like those make sure to check out my two Starbomb reviews which you can do by click here and here. Okay now that I’ve successfully cross-linked the entire … Continue reading Album Review: Ninja Sex Party – Cool Patrol

Album Review: Adam Grant – My World

Adam Grant an Acoustic singer/songwriter from Comber, Northern Ireland. His work has rock, indie and folk punk influences and today I’ll be reviewing his debut album ‘My World’ which was released on April 30th 2018. ‘My Crowd’ stars with some hard fast percussion and is quickly joined by Adam Grant’s voice, he sounds young but … Continue reading Album Review: Adam Grant – My World

Album Review: Chloë Chadwick – Dustbowl Jukebox

Chloë Chadwick is a British pop Singer/Songwriter whose music has a distinct country edge to it, she’s originally from Staffordshire although she’s currently based in Birmingham. If you want to find out more about her then check out this Interview I did with her about a month ago. Anyway today I’ll be reviewing her album … Continue reading Album Review: Chloë Chadwick – Dustbowl Jukebox

Album Review: Electrobuddha – Roller Disco

Mark Hamilton Mccaffer known professionally as Electrobuddha is a solo musician from Scotland, and I’ve been fortunate enough to review him previously which you can check out here, and if you want to find out more about him then you can check out this Interview I did with him as well. ‘Everything is Groovy’ opens … Continue reading Album Review: Electrobuddha – Roller Disco

Album Review: Sapienn – A Black Sarcasm

Sapienn is an incredibly talented singer/songwriter from Glasgow, and while I’ve reviewed his music in the wrong order, I feel that at this point I know his style quite well. It's all very emotive and especially when you consider that this is his musical debut its all the more impressive. ‘Everything Is Spiders’ is a … Continue reading Album Review: Sapienn – A Black Sarcasm

Album Review: Marshall Chipped – Time And Distance

Marshall Chipped are an Indie Rock group based in Glasgow, made up of David Burns on Vocals/Guitar, Michael Werninck on Bass and Peter Werninck on Drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their Album ‘Time and Distance'. ‘Here Come The Cavalry’ I had a hard time deciding on this track, I really enjoyed it but it balanced … Continue reading Album Review: Marshall Chipped – Time And Distance

Album Review: Anna Sweeney – Game Face

Anna Sweeney is a 23 year old singer-songwriter from Ayr who is coming back to the music scene after a break with her debut album ‘Game Face’ which I will be talking about today. For those of you that want to find out a little bit more, keep an eye out for an Interview with … Continue reading Album Review: Anna Sweeney – Game Face

Album Review: Ninja Sex Party – Attitude City

This is my third time reviewing NSP or Ninja Sex Party, you can check out my two previous reviews by clicking here and here. If you like those then maybe check out my reviews of the rest of their Discography, which you can do by clicking here, here and here. While you're at it check out … Continue reading Album Review: Ninja Sex Party – Attitude City

Album Review: Neil Lucchetta – Black Flowers

Neil is an Italian singer-songwriter who released his first demo in 2006 as part of first with Hope leaves and then released his debut solo album ‘Apart’ in 2011. His genre is described as “folky pop music with dreamy lyrics” which I think is a good a descriptor as anything. ‘Spleen’ has a tight little … Continue reading Album Review: Neil Lucchetta – Black Flowers