Wooden Shjips are a US psychedelic rock band and this is their fifth album.
This album contains 42 minutes of warm, amiable, fuzzy rock. This is a band that promote peace and positivity, and this comes off this retro-soaked album in waves. Continue reading “Wooden Shjips – V. (Review)”
Blackwater Holylight are a rock band from the US and this is their debut album.
Here we have 41 minutes of retro-appeal rock, replete with decent variety, good songwriting, and heartfelt vocals. Continue reading “Blackwater Holylight – Blackwater Holylight (Review)”
This is a split between Windhand and Satan’s Satyrs, who are both from the US.
Windhand play doom metal, and very nice it is too. On this release they give us 20 minutes of material that’s split into two tracks. Continue reading “Windhand/Satan’s Satyrs – Split (Review)”
This is the third album from Black Moth, a doom rock band from the UK.
On Anatomical Venus Black Moth combine doom, garage, and psychedelic rock ,with a bit of the old metallic heavier stuff, into 45 minutes of kicking jams and beguiling songs. Continue reading “Black Moth – Anatomical Venus (Review)”
Sun Q are from Russia and play garage/alternative rock. This is their debut album.
This is a mix of garage, alternative, blues, and psychedelic rock. With keyboards, hammond organ, extra percussion, and a saxophone, this is an entertaining and characterful release that has a 70s lo-fi art-rock feel to it. Continue reading “Sun Q – Charms (Review)”
This is the latest release from Blackbird Hill, a rock band from France.
I decided to listen to this purely on the band’s name and the album cover. Of course, if after pressing play for the first time I didn’t like what I heard, it never would have made it to the review stage, but I did, and it did. Continue reading “Blackbird Hill – Midday Moonlight (Review)”
Teksti-TV 666 are an alternative rock band from Finland. This is a compilation album of sorts, consisting of three EPs that the band have previously released.
This is an interesting and irregular release. It’s kind of a mix of bubblegum-pop with Continue reading “Teksti-TV 666 – 1, 2, 3 (Review)”