Combining multiple genres without it sounding a mess and delivering a sound that in itself is unique is always going to be a challenge but, as our album review above has clearly demonstrated, Rich Ragany and The Digressions have managed it.
A residency in a small underground club, 2 guitars, bar stools and a glass of whiskey at the side is what is needed for music like this. Cormac’s Northern Irish lilt gives each story that additional layer of warmth and the songs themselves just ooze emotion.
The future is definitely bright for this band. The groundswell for them and the music is noticeable and will hopefully continue allowing them to get the album out to great critical and commercial success.
It really looks like it’s paying off for Salvation Jayne especially when the crowd contains at least one record company executive.
The animated faces of the Lockhearts’ guitarist and bass player who look like they’ve just won a Kim Thayll look-alike competition
Desperate to squeeze one last band in before heading home, a scan of artists and venues delivered the opportunity to see another band that I’d been meaning to see for several years. Young Guns have a great reputation around London and yet either as a headline or support act, I’ve never managed to catch them live.
Free London Show, tonight – March 8th