James Oliver Band bring Twangs galore an album chock full of fun and guitar dexterity that, has earned a place in the ‘regularly played list’
Come On In with Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado has a depth & passion transcending normal structures with 10 wonderfully diverse tracks listen & enjoy a stupendous album
Jo Harman bares her Signature Soul is stupendous. This is the music of life that the other specific genres sometimes neglect…don't miss it.
Wolf Jaw shows the Heart That Won’t Listen If you like your rock with a modern edge while retaining proper rock and blues influences then this is for you
Vargas Blues Band reign on King of Latin Blues an album crammed with talent and originality… it may not be blues in any traditional sense, but when you dig down and listen, it undoubtedly is.
Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps Live for lovers of the soulful end of the blues there is much to be enjoyed across all of the tracks
Those Damn Crows reach The Point Of No Return Stupendous album - Modern rock for today without a doubt. Clearly showing many of the other ‘new’ bands of late how it should be done
Tomislav Goluban shines a Memphis Light - a great harp player his subtlety and skill always make him worth a listen and this album is no exception.
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.