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.
This is a stunning musical journey through a tale that is sadly at least partially familiar for quite a number of people.
Buffalo Mend offers up another full-length album, blending distortion and softness, melody and grit, intensity and thoughtful delicacy, in a brilliantly immersive, thought provoking way.
“The brain then interprets these electrical signals as sound. And then you convert these sounds in finger movements on your guitar and bring your imagination to reality! Isn’t it just WOW?”
A fresh take on a classic, timeless style – La’Bronn Conner Jr. pours contemporary soul and intention into this fifties-kissed new single.
Deuce in full is gorgeously eclectic, and absolutely worth letting play three or four times over – the journey doesn’t grow tiresome, the arrangement is on point, and the playing is so uninhibited and openly creative.
Sometimes things get intimate, other times they stand back and stare at the world, attempting to deliver an explanation.
It’s often difficult to meet creative desire with genuine talent, not to mention impressive songwriting. Jane Q ticks a whole lot of boxes with this project.
Always an act set to impress, Mr. Bliss’ latest offering is nothing less than a smooth blues-rock classic – loaded with organic, soulful swagger and a brilliant overall groove that confidently envelops listeners.
A far stretch away from the bells and over-production more commonly on display at this time of year. Joe The Bluesman leans towards the likes of The Pogues with this single, yet maintaining the opening acoustic purity throughout the entire lifespan of the beautifully thoughtful and appreciative Christmas With You.
“Touring the US and getting to meet and work with some of the real blues musicians is a real buzz. I learn so much working with them. More than you could learn than listening to a 1000 albums. It’s hands on stuff, you really can’t learn any other way.”
The audio in full has the effect of creating a cinematic experience for listeners, guiding you down these smokey back streets as hints of a story-line and imagery rain down softly around you.