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Grieve The Astronaut – Lights

Grieve The Astronaut – Lights

Opening with those timeless, powerful, and evocative words of JFK’s space race speech, ‘Lights’ begins with a sense of depth and expectation that is emphasised all the more by the first piano chords which...

Pauline Frechette – A Quiet Walk In The Snow

Pauline Frechette – A Quiet Walk In The Snow

There are times when a piece of music comes along that is so perfectly titled in such a way that it not only prepares the listener in advance, but leads them confidently through its...

Monsta Ma$h – Stay On Edge

Monsta Ma$h – Stay On Edge

We’ve all had the situation where we have to keep on smacking the ketchup bottle until finally that lovely red condiment pours out in abundance. There’s a technical term for this. Ketchup is a...

Magazine Gap – In Two Minds

Magazine Gap – In Two Minds

London based Magazine Gap take their name from a main route in Hong Kong, emphasising the fact that two of the band members both grew up there despite never meeting until they were living...

Nina Kotova – Rachmaninov-Prokofiev: Cello Sonatas

Nina Kotova – Rachmaninov-Prokofiev: Cello Sonatas

Nina Kotova returns with a new collection of cello renditions. Last time we reviewed her excellent Bach cello suites which we found to be thought provoking and sonically stimulating. This time, Kotova offers her...

Three Dimensional Crew – TDC EP

Three Dimensional Crew – TDC EP

Three Dimensional Crew arrive hot on the scene with their very latest EP, packed with minimal beats and a healthy dose of scowling attitude. Kicking off with ‘Put In Work’, there’s a lonely but...

Brad Rau – La Catedral

Brad Rau – La Catedral

For over 20 years, classically trained Brad Rau has been tirelessly performing his music across Boston, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. His repertoire includes classical guitar, rock guitar, and he also performs as a rock...

Kevin Lyttle – Slow Motion

Kevin Lyttle – Slow Motion

As the dark winter months continue to draw on, there are times when music is often the only respite we have to find some light as we hold tight until spring finally arrives. Kevin...