Album Reviews

  • Grafton Primary – Eon
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    Grafton Primary – Eon

    “Records for the Righteous, sound is independent” are the words that open this CD, over an understated yet funky bass line.  It’s going to build, methinks.  Slowly, surely.  We’re going places here. Deep, solid bassline, that seems to almost define the sound of the moment.  A bit cleaner though.  Nice to see.  Or hear.  You

  • The Drones – Havilah
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    The Drones – Havilah

    There are a fair few bands experimenting with the indie rock sound at the moment, and it’s not always easy to stand out amongst the sea of sounds.  So it is a credit to the Drones that they have crafted their own niche, marked their territory if you will, in the crowded world they find

  • Don Caballero – Punkgasm
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    Don Caballero – Punkgasm

    If you’re a fan of math-rock Don Caballero will be a name familiar to you. Originally founded by Damon Che (drums) Mike Banfield (guitars) Pat Morris (bass guitar) and Battles guitarist Ian Williams Don Caballero, or The Don as they are affectionately known, are one of the most innovative and challenging bands to emerge out

  • Mark Wilkinson – Cellophane Life
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    Mark Wilkinson – Cellophane Life

    Now Mark Wilkinson is not going to be pushing any boundries with his music. What he will push is the buttons of fans of laid-back acoustic pop. Cellophane Life is a touching and soulful album. Wilkinson leads the listener through tales of passion and honesty tied up in the world around him. He has racked

  • Bob Corbett – Storyboard
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    Bob Corbett – Storyboard

    Now Bob Corbett is hardly your run of the mill acoustic artist. His performances are a quirky mix of Battles, Dylan and John Butler, and he has a smile that could send a pious man blind. He’s just lovely, in a take him home and put him on your shelf way, and that’s exactly what

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