Mick Pini looks forward on Backtrack a wonderful album revealing, a genius of the blues guitar with such feel and ability that should elevate him to the status he deserves.
A Sweet Relief Tribute To Joey Spampinato let's party a great listen for the diverse and fascinating readings of NRBQ and Joey’s legacy with the added befit of contributing to the Sweet Relief cause.
Troy Redfern singles out Sanctify a wonderful single to reinforce this great players’ deserved reputation and a great taster for his latest album.
Robert Jon and the Wreck Shine a Light on Me Brother a great listen on an album of blues, the 60s and 70s rock all fired up with southern whiskey shot through its veins.
Mark Germino joins the Midnight Carnival a great listen for all and an absolute winner for country lovers across fourteen tracks.
Lea McIntosh is on the money with Blood Cash a great listen with variation and skill pouring out of the speakers. Only seven tracks but plenty of positives and an exciting promise for the next album.
Emily Wolfe shows Stealth on Outlier a great listen that will surprise and delight after appreciating the layers and intelligence that fills every track.
The Cold Stares gaze at their Heavy Shoes a wonderful album of heavy, varied and skilful blues-rock with sufficient deviations from the template to be always interesting.
Jo Harman and Company Live At Hideaway…at last. A stupendous live album that shows naivety to an extent but more importantly, shows a significant talent backed by a superb band on the road to success…just not the level that she deserves…yet.
Sean Chambers knows That’s What I’m Talkin’ About. A wonderful album that is a guitarists heaven; a blues standard lovers treat and an all-around damn good album.