Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW – Robert Jon and The Wreck – Last Light on the Highway

However you get your fix when listening to music; 8 track, tape, CD, download, streaming, for me there has to be more about it...

ALBUM REVIEW – The Vapors – Together

Every now and again, an album comes along that is totally different to everything you’re currently listening to - yet it not only grabs...

ALBUM REVIEW – Blitz – Fight to Survive

In a world gone mad, where words like 'quarantine' and 'lockdown' are part of the global lexicon, we need a heavy dose of optimism...

EP REVIEW – Wicked Smile – Delirium

Having performed at HRH on several occasions with The Radio Sun, we couldn’t wait to get our ears around Stevie Janevski’s (The Radio Sun,...

ALBUM REVIEW – Ensiferum – Thalassic

I first came across Ensiferum when I was in high school, way back in 2004 (16 years ago… jeez!). A mate of mine who...

ALBUM REVIEW – Master Charger – Origin of the Lugubrious

My biggest issue with music this year is that I haven’t been able to “feel” the music. That feeling you get when you stand...

ALBUM REVIEW – The City Kids – Things That Never Were

As we know a group of great musicians from various bands getting together & making music doesn't always work. The City Kids debut album...

REVIEW – Reign of Fury – Exorcise Reality

This may be a biased review … Reign of Fury are one of my favourite bands of the last 10 years and a lovely...

ALBUM REVIEW – Massive Wagons – House of Noise

The music industry is in unprecedented times with the advent of the current pandemic. As the option of touring in support of a release...

ALBUM REVIEW – Rick Wakeman and The English Rock Ensemble – Red Planet

Rick Wakeman, keyboardist extraordinaire, member of  Yes during their “classic” years and producer of some of the most iconic prog-rock instrumental albums ever released,...