Malone Sibun Come Together to rock the blues an album of such range that any blues-rock lover needs in their collection and, believe me, repeated listens just show the depth and skill of the whole band as well as the Malone Sibun duo who shine so brightly that one must hope that this ‘debut’ is only the first because I already want to hear more from these talented musicians.
King Soloman Hicks mines the sounds of Harlem this is an album that promises a hell of a lot for the future of this young and ridiculously talented guitarist. It a strong album on its own too and I doubt if any electric blues lover will not thoroughly enjoy it.
Magnum Opus 21… The Serpent Rings It also repays with so many shades of tone and colour that make it a very worthwhile entry into the Magnum/Clarkin cannon. Existing fans will be delighted and, if you aren’t familiar with Magnum, this will be the first step to buying up their entire catalogue.
Mike Zito is Live From The Top again playing the Blues from 2010 a re-release high-quality live album Chock full of blues guitar familiar songs refreshed
Popa Chubby tells it how it is on It’s A Mighty Hard Road Once again Mr Horowitz has put together a fabulous album of blues-drenched rock, soul and funk listen to it and you will want to buy it.
Albert Cummings says “all you need to do is Believe” - every song is good but only two or three are great and I expect more great than good from Albert. Still, it is a more than worthwhile addition to any blues/guitar music collection
Mojo Preachers are Frank on Man Made Monsters is not blues nor is not jazz or any other easily pigeon-holed genre…rather it is a captivating cerebral blend
Professor Louie & The Crowmatix travel Miles Of Blues This is a high-class blues album that has variety without a drop in quality. So, if you like your blues in many hues this album will satisfy your needs.
Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin’ Stones go eponymous she has that all-important feel. A powerful, wide-ranging third album that repays with every listen. her music will grow from this and continue to get better and better as she takes her rightful place in the hierarchy of the blues-rock world.
JD Simo gets Off At Eleven (so do we!) This is not a blues album; this is not a rock album; this is not a blues-rock album; this is not purely a guitar album…it is a marriage of styles that works so well on every level.