Album Reviews

Those Damn Crows

Those Damn Crows: Murder And The Motive

October Album of the Month There must be something in the water in Wales. Following my interviews with Fireroad, Buffalo Summer, The Texas Flood, Florence Black and Kane’d – now we have Those Damn Crows, another bright young rock band that once again reaffirms that there is a new generation …

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Photo - The Quireboys Live at The O2 Islington

Quireboys – Twisted Love Album Review

September Album of the Month Great albums start and finish well: Welcome to Twisted Love, the new album from The Quireboys, out on 2 September. The album opens with an unashamedly up-tempo, rockabilly-infused rocker Torn and Frayed and quickly moves on to Ghost Train, sure to be a fan favourite …

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The Dead Daisies - Band Photo

Dead Daisies: “Make Some Noise” Album Review

August Album of the Month The album does what it says on the tin. From start to finish, this is a tour de force on pulsating rock at its best. When I interviewed John in the run up to The Ramblin’ Man Fair, he spoke fondly of the band’s love of …

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Massive Wagons

Massive Wagons: “Welcome To The World” album review

July Album of the Month This is unfair! Most rock albums have, if they are lucky, one great song for radio. This album has three, four, five… yes, that’s the real and very rare dilemma with this album: which song to play?!  I was very fortunate to be given the opportunity …

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Little Brother Eli - band photo

Little Brother Eli – “Cold Tales” Album Review

June Album of the Month How on earth can a band this good be unsigned? This album immediately arrested – a great sound that was hard to silo into a genre: rock-garage-blues perhaps, but ultimately the band’s sound is entirely its own. Add to that some outstanding vocals and you …

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