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Black Cat Bone EP ‘Get Your Kicks Sessions’ Review

First off I’ll introduce the group Black Cat Bone are a bluesy Rock and Roll group from Edinburgh made up of Ross Craig on vocals and Harmonica, Luis Del Castillo on Guitar, Jonny Voodoo on Bass and Drums, Kai Wallace on Drums and Charlie Wild on Guitar. I've been given an opportunity ahead of its… Continue reading Black Cat Bone EP ‘Get Your Kicks Sessions’ Review

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BELTUR Single ‘Finishing Line’ Review

BELTUR are a Glasgow based rock band made up of Joe Scott on Vocals, Telecaster and Keyboard, Frank Casey on Bass, Edith Casey on Vocals and Ben O'Reilly on Drums. ‘Finishing Line’s’ opening chords were haunting and even though sitting on a bus from work isn't the best place to listen I was captivated. The… Continue reading BELTUR Single ‘Finishing Line’ Review

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Nineteen Canteen Single ‘Stranger Things Have Happened’ Review

Nineteen Canteen are a melodic pop rock band from Glasgow made up of Dave Williamson on Guitar/vox, Mikey Dunn on Bass/vox, Toby Llewellyn on Guitar/vox and Garry Anderson Drums/vox ‘Stranger Things Have Happened’ opened with an electronic/synth intro that I liked and think works really well with the singer's voice and adds an ethereal quality… Continue reading Nineteen Canteen Single ‘Stranger Things Have Happened’ Review

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Ninja Sex Party Album ‘Under the Covers Volume II’ Review

You now the drill by now check here, here, here and here for the reviews of the previous four NSP albums if you haven’t already read them. Ninja Sex Party are an american band and comedy duo made up of Jewish love guru Leigh Daniel Avidan (In the persona of his alter ego ‘Danny Y… Continue reading Ninja Sex Party Album ‘Under the Covers Volume II’ Review

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Steve Burns and the Struggle Album ‘Deep Sea Recovery Efforts’ Review

This is the second album by ex Blues Clues host and musician Steve Burns, this time he works with Steven Drozd of the Flaming Lips and Ryan Smith of A Million Billion who make up the struggle part of the group's title. ‘Projecting’ opens with a pleasant cacophony of beats and instruments that really sounds… Continue reading Steve Burns and the Struggle Album ‘Deep Sea Recovery Efforts’ Review

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Steve Burns Album ‘Songs for Dustmites’ Album

Some of you may be more familiar with Steve Burns from his roughly six year stint as the host of children’s show ‘Blues Clues’ but in 2002 he made the decision to leave the show, in later years he cited several reasons but largely he knew he was losing his hair and didn’t want to… Continue reading Steve Burns Album ‘Songs for Dustmites’ Album

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Brent Spiner & Maude Maggart Album ‘Dreamland’ Review

So I’m reviewing another album from actor and musician Brent Spiner, for this album he is collaborating with American cabaret singer and recording artist Maude Maggart. Dreamland was released in 2008 and is a jazz/pop album which shows of Brent Spiner’s love of Jazz music and what he can really do with his voice. ‘Wake… Continue reading Brent Spiner & Maude Maggart Album ‘Dreamland’ Review

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Brent Spiner Album ‘Ol’ Yellow Eyes is Back’ Review

Brent Spiner is probably more known for his role as Data on Star Trek: The Next Generation than he is as a singer but here we have his debut album which was released June 11th 1991. ‘Ol’ Yellow eyes is back’ is reference to both his character on Star Trek whose eyes were a golden… Continue reading Brent Spiner Album ‘Ol’ Yellow Eyes is Back’ Review

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Hugh Laurie Album ‘Didn’t It Rain’ Review

So here’s another album by actor Hugh Laurie, known for his roles on House and Fry and Laurie, this album was released on 6th May 2013. Like his previous album there are blues songs, but he also explores other American musical styles such as Jazz, R&B and tango as well. ‘The St. Louis Blues’ is… Continue reading Hugh Laurie Album ‘Didn’t It Rain’ Review