All in all, Consecration Revival Volume II represents praise, devotion, reverence, gratitude and love in a multitude of different musical guises. If not all of the styles float your boat, there is another song coming along before too long in this 17-strong collection. It’s difficult not to be moved by the conviction on offer.
“The Blues is my favorite genre, hands down! There’s nothing like hearing BB King make his guitar cry! Or hearing Muddy Waters sing with pure conviction.”
A nicely disparate collection of songs that flit around the rock genre with some dexterity.
David manages to keep things eclectic enough to hold interest, yet still consistently in tune with his own recognisable style as a musician and performer. An easy listen, and a genuinely likable new take on some age-old loyalties and odes.
The final third delves into passionate uncertainty, the voice peaking, the guitar wandering into distortion & bends, the bass notes storming through with far more urgency.
Openly presenting a cultural & personal deep-dive into historical context & the individual experience, Terry Blade’s debut album takes intention & artistry to profound & complex new depths.
We’ve all wished for some city or person to take back someone who hurt us, and Roots Asylum address it perfectly; bidding the blue sky to open up, leading us towards better days.
Pairing the sound & rhythms of a simpler era, with upfront electric guitar solos, and a bluesy vocal that drives with intimacy & strength of melody alike.
Superb acoustic guitar work guides us into this stylish alternative folk album from artist and songwriter Nate Newburn.
Forever an act worth sitting back and cranking up the volume for, The Stone MG’s bring through some of their best ever songs on this short yet striking EP Good Times.
Without question, the best project from patagonist to date – by far. Honed vocals and bars, good-vibes production, passionate and entertaining performances – a whole lot of boxes ticked and a defiantly strong playlist to lose yourself within.
Come Home explores precisely what the title implies – many of us have lost our sense of home, and with it, perhaps our sense of self. The more intently you listen, the more strongly the ideas connect & even enlighten.