Tag: Music

St. Vincent – ‘Masseduction’ album review.

St. Vincent – Masseduction (Loma Vista Recordings). Annie Clark late last year hinted that this album was going to be her […]

Introducing Roses & Cigarettes.

The overtones and credibility with which Roses & Cigarettes’ bring to their classic California sound is rich and rewarding to […]

Review: Pearl Jam’s ‘Let’s Play Two’.

Incredibly this year Pearl Jam have been in the news quite a bit thanks to their Rock And Roll Hall […]

What’s new, right now: Watergod and their otherworldly vision.

Musically speaking, Austin, Texas, has thrived on a robust live music, centred around country, blues and rock, for much of […]

Foo Fighters – ‘Concrete and Gold’ album review.

Foo Fighters – Concrete and Gold (Roswell Records/ RCA). Along with my copy of the Concrete and Gold CD, a little […]

Interview with Blues Rocker Diana Rein, ‘The Six String Siren’.

I must admit my exposure to the Blues was once limited to B.B. King, John Lee Hooker and Muddy Waters. Interestingly, […]

Sarah McLeod – ‘Rocky’s Diner’ album review.

Sarah McLeod – Rocky’s Diner (Kobalt) Though Sarah McLeod is now firmly entrenched in her home state of South Australia as […]

Still making her own magic: Interview with Sarah McLeod.

So few artists can really lay claim to a career as diverse and lively as Sarah McLeod. From the glory […]

“I wanted to be as aggressive and intimidating as all my favorite vocalists”: Larissa Vale on Black Satellite and their debut album.

Black Satellite are duo Larissa Vale and Kyle Hawken whom I recently compared to aspects of Garbage’s crossover heavy sound […]

Lana Del Rey – ‘Lust For Life’ album review.

Lana Del Rey – Lust For Life (Interscope Records). This month one of the most anticipated album of this year (alongside […]