Dan Patlansky finds a Shelter of Bones a wonderful album that shows the variety of blues that Dan has effortlessly under his command and exploits brilliantly: blues-rock, pure blues, funky blues and a slight soulful touch when it’s needed.
Naked Gypsy Queens in the raw on Georgiana EP a wonderful, albeit brief, introduction to a new talent on the rock scene…five tracks that demonstrate ability instrumentally and compositionally. Now we need a full-length album to confirm that Naked Gypsy Queens have indeed arrived.
The Terraplane Blues Band jump on Stepping Stones - a great listen, a great debut and I hope the first full release of many.
Kris Barras is in a Death Valley Paradise a wonderful album of stadium-ready anthems that shows Kris and the band on top form.
Volcanova dispel the Cosmic Bullshit- a great listen with a heavy rock band that are a damn sight better than many imponderably successful bands out there and they deserve wider recognition for this EP, and I look forward to their next release.
The Twangtown Paramours Double Down on a Bad Thing a great listen for pop tinged blues with plenty of variation and originality.
The 2:19 reveal Revelator a great listen and a remarkable debut of quality and varied blues. Watch out for live performances definitely one not to miss.
Rise up with Angela Easley Soulful Talent with a wonderful 4 doodle-paws EP of crafted and impeccable soul/blues that certainly confirm Angela as a talent to watch.
Diamond Dogs have a Slap Bang Blue Rendezvous for fans of 70s rock that the charts used to be full of, but with the Dogs’ modern slant that always entertains
James Oliver Band back on the road resulting in a wonderful album live album demonstrating his innate skill on the guitar and the fun that James Oliver Band always bring to the party.