Review: ‘Kindred Spirits’ Larkin Poe

Kindred Spirits By Martine Ehrenclou Grammy nominated roots-rock duo, Larkin Poe are set to release their first-ever acoustic covers album, Kindred Spirits on November 20 via their Tricki-Woo Records, following their fifth studio album, Self Made Man released in June 2020. Larkin Poe has reimagined each of the 11 tracks in stripped down [Continue] Continue […]

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pg.lost: Oscillate – album review

pg.lost Oscillate Pelagic Records CD | LP | DL Out 20th November 2020 pg.lost have, on their new album Oscillate, provided an intoxicating and immersive journey through the best post-metal can offer. A must-listen-to album, providing a wide range of engaging musical influences, wrapped up in the full on majestic power of metal, and laced […]

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Review: AC/DC ‘Power Up’

Power Up By Mike O’Cull Legendary rockers AC/DC have come roaring back after a period of tragedy and uncertainty with the band’s 17th studio album Power Up. Released November 13th, 2020 via Leidseplein Presse, Power Up is easily the group’s best effort in 30 years or more. The tracks are loud, fast, dirty, [Continue] Continue […]

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Review: ‘O’ by Orianthi

Orianthi By Mike O’Cull Platinum-selling recording artist and world-class guitarist Orianthi proves that she still has what it takes to make the world pay attention on her new album ‘O.’ The set emerged November 6th, 2020 on the legendary independent rock label Frontiers Records and is her first release on the imprint. ‘O’ [Continue] Continue […]

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