New Releases: Weeks #14 – 16

  BAYOU SIDE – UNBOUND  Blues | Released: 22.4.2017 | Italy WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | BUY | LISTEN  Tracklist: 1 No Money Blues 2 See That My Grave Is Kept Clean 3 Emily 4 Voodoo Queen In Pink 5 Mary 6 Everything Is Alright 7 First September Rain 8 Unbound 9 Lullaby For Me 10 I Get […]

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Old is New: • B. Fleischmann •

OLD IS NEW •  This is a category for all those glorious old pieces of music, that skipped our previous attention, but are worth the delay and the listen.   Today I have stumbled upon a CD on sale and it’s fancy and cheerful cover got my attention. I bought it and gave it a […]

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Daughter are pleasantly haunting

Indie is everywhere these days, it’s an easy enough sentence, since it’s true. But to distinguish indie you would remember, that is turning out to be difficult. English, but actually international, indie band “Daughter” just released their second studio album and it’s no less perfect than their debut. The atmosphere presented on this records hits […]

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‘Hurts’ remain lyrically strong

This Friday marked release of third album by British synthpop duo Hurts. Newest album “Surrender” faces rather diverse reviews and I decided put one of my own into the mix. I am a big fan of this band from album ‘Happiness’ which was bands debut, that remains on my list of top albums. By now […]

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Fresh past back in shops. Released today: Keith Richards & David Gilmour

KEITH RICHARDS, DAVID GILMOUR, DURAN DURAN, A/HA AND EVEN NEW ORDER ARE BACK WITH NEW RELEASES THIS AUTUMN Today is day when we finally officially hear long awaited releases by what we can safely say are the legends in music industry. But there are more to come and more that have already arrived. We can […]

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Review : Ed Sheeran – X

Three years in life of a musician are quite a time. And Ed Sheeran’s proves this theory on his new album ‘x’ which easily stands to it’s names. Instead of following his debut ‘+’ – Sheeran does indeed multiplies (x) his music. From simple, yet beautiful melancholy love ballads, accompanied only by his guitar to […]

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Review: Black Keys – Turn Blue

I have read several Black Keys reviews on their new album before I listened to my own copy and from their comments I expected funk. But I surely heard very fine blues instead! I can agree on one thing only, Black Keys went in different direction with their eight studio album, dropping rock and inserting […]

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