Cloud Nothings are back with a fourth album in five years and
have, in 'Here and Nowhere Else', added another succinct,
caterwauling masterpiece to their oeuvre.
Perhaps Caravan's crowning achievement, In the Land of
Pink and Grey is a curious, whimsical and understated
record, reigning in much of the affectation which defined the wider
progressive rock movement at the time
The 60-year-old new-age rocker brings us 'Man On The Rocks', an
innocuous selection of songs that breathe a graceful, fluid energy
into the market
Those who are already fans of the band will love this album,
despite its flaws, while those who aren't will probably find it
claustrophobic, overly long, or at worst, pretentious
Amps, effects, volume, all of it to the max.
For some of us who are into 70's rock, Wishbone Ash will at best
be a faint, but pleasant memory Anglo-Saxon rock music. 40 years
later, has anything changed??
Lord Sutch's album just slid through the cracks of music
history, at the same capturing a very important part of
After a decade of bands aping the garage rock and post-punk of
the 70s and 80s, college rock of the 1990s is due for a revival of