See You In June!


I’ll be taking my weekend break now, but I will return soon to kick off the new week and the new month with my review of LeSuits latest EP ‘Snuts’! And remember if you want to stay updated on everything go and get on the Facebook Page where I post all my musical thoughts. Stay Snug!

My Top Picks For May 2013


So we’ve come to the end of a month and now it’s time for me to go back through all of the reviews I’ve done and come up with a list of the top albums. So, in no particular order, here they are! 1. Hallowed Ground – Violent Femmes Dark and brooding folk rock with raucous…

Nanobots Live EP – They Might Be Giants


2013 – Idlewild Pop-Rock/ Alternative They Might Be Giants’ little live mini-album was quite a treat considering it was thrown in for free when I picked up my copies of Nanobots and Lincoln. It is primarily filled with the usual TMBG fare of nasal ditties and boppy melodies, but the live aspect really does add…

End Of May!


Tomorrow I shall be back to post my review for They Might Be Giants’ ‘Nanobots Live EP’, and also to post my top picks for the month of May. Since my copy of the Nanobots EP doesn’t actually have a real sleeve I’m just going to put up this tasty pic of the band. See…

Prince Charming – Adam and The Ants


2004 – Sony/BMG Post-Punk/ New Wave/ New Romantic Note: I am reviewing the 2004 reissue of Prince Charming which comprises of the original album released in 1981 and six demos and writing tapes also from 1981.   Prince Charming is the third and final album from British costume-rockers Adam and The Ants (although Adam later…

Blue Valentine – Tom Waits


1978 – Asylum Blues/ Jazz/ Rock The sixth studio album by Tom Waits is a brilliantly melancholic wandering through the seedy streets of his whiskey soaked mind. From the growling mockery of Somewhere (From Westside Story) to the weeping lament of Blues Valentines this record is a wonderfully evocative romance with the seamy underbelly of…