Music writer/reviewer and band/release promo/bio writer.
Artists previously worked with include:
In Vain, Solar Halos, Lara Smiles, The Capsules, Blast Bomb, Crashgate, Able Archer, Fahran, Seneron, The Hostiles, Soul Fire Saints, Artificially Yours, Owl, Mr. Strange, and many more…plus working with Promotions companies Pluggin’ Baby and FFR UK.
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Presenter of The Bone Orchard and The RingMaster Review podcasts promoting the best underground metal/rock bands and sounds around and the best independent releases respectively. Again for details get in touch.
Since our ears first relished the temptation of music it is the rhythmic character and manipulation of the bass which has so often been behind the initiation seed of attraction. Over the years bass led, guitar less propositions have further… Read More ›
Providing a feast which is as likely to have the body bouncing as the imagination flying, both simultaneously more often than not, Manbird is the new album from indie psych-pop artist Anton Barbeau. A double CD parading a cast of… Read More ›
Released before the world witnessed the political change and proposed chaos of a departing leader the other side of the pond, the Crush The Machine 7” is a ferocious statement and attack on not only the obvious target but political… Read More ›
Though without doubt music and its creators have been dealt a massive and devastating blow courtesy of the covid pandemic it has also inspired in certain quarters. It is fair to say that the new album from of1000faces is a… Read More ›
Bold, ballsy and just a little devilish, Thank You is the new EP from Belgium rockers Shtevil. It offers up six tracks which revel in a mix of classic and blues rock with in your veins rock n’ roll, five… Read More ›
Want to explore one of the year’s most compelling, thrilling and addictive offerings to spark addiction in our ears? Then ladies and gentleman, boys and girls we offer up Act 1-It Starts With A Bow, the debut album from Swedish… Read More ›
This year we have been barbarously assaulted and abused and as often seriously aroused and invigorated by some exceptional slices and full entanglements of sound by a host of creatively varied artists. Similarly there have been releases which have immersed… Read More ›