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The Pretty Things – “The Same Sun”

When the ProgBoss offered me this Pretty Things release for review I thought it might be a reissue. Well, it is, kinda. I got to preview, digitally, what is going to be released as a 7 inch vinyl single. Two … Continue reading

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Lucifer Was – “Morning Star”

I will start by admitting that I did not know who Lucifer Was was before being offered this album for review. Upon my first listen of their album Morning Star, I was struck by how classic sounding it was for … Continue reading

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Charlie Cawood – The Divine Abstract

Mr. Cawood is best know to me as the bass player for the psychedelic rock band Knifeworld. He plays in a host of other ensembles as well. On his album The Divine Abstract, the musician takes the sound of that … Continue reading

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Stick Men – Roppongi

Roppongi means six trees in Japanese. How apt that a group with the name Stick Men would have something to do with trees. Roppongi is also a nightlife district in Tokyo. In February of this year, the band played there … Continue reading

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Agusa – “Agusa”

There is a warm breeze in the air. You have a prime spot on the grass for this music festival. The music starts to flow from the stage, as one of the bands on the bill begins to play. The … Continue reading

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White Moth Black Butterfly – Atone

Atone tells a musical tale of a relationship, in three parts. Part One pulls the listener in with the piano and string driven Incarnate. Two people have discovered each other, and with the male and female vocal back and forth … Continue reading

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