“…it explores America’s landscapes, soundscapes and mindscapes with the vast scope of a great American novel…”
“…a journey of searching, discovery, love and loss led by flawless musicianship…”
“The vocals, drums and guitar bring the Southern rock, and the plucky piano colours the edges and lifts the mood.”
“Sweet Kind of Blue is a journey of highs and lows infused with a warm Memphis vibe.”
“The harmonies are sweet and controlled, the instrumentation is subtle. Lyrically, there’s space for nostalgia, regret, even wishful thinking – but not for settling”
“…In essence, the EP is a soundtrack for the displaced; a journey through conflict, escape, dislocation and bittersweet memories to ultimate acceptance…”
Bury Me in Philly by Dave Hause Butch Walker has released many fine albums but has never quite captured the incredible intensity of his live shows. Dave Hause, who shares Walker’s proficiency with hooks, wordplay and performance, has nailed it on his third album. Bury Me in Philly opens with the confrontational, powerful track With You….
“…It’s for late night drives and sleepless nights. Cross The Verge is an accomplished portrait of solitude; poetic and thoughtful rather than depressing…”
“The album is all at once ambient, anxious and achingly beautiful.”
Skinny Lister’s 2014 album Down on Deptford Broadway is a set of love songs to London and it’s bloody brilliant (seriously, buy it!). New Cross crops up this time too but The Devil, The Heart and The Fight is more national, international and universal, exploring the North, New York and mucky emotions. True to form,…
“Findings is an album as much at home in the modern amplified world as on the shores and seas of the past.”
“Instrumentals are not a guilty pleasure. They grant the listener insight into the pleasure of performance” – Henry Senior Jr. Anyone who’s seen Danny and the Champions of the World live knows the importance they place on inventive jams and musical excellence. It was inevitable, then, that when the Champs’ pedal steel player Henry Senior Jr….