Album Reviews

Bonafide – Bombo Review

“WTF” will probably be first three words uttered upon listening to opening and title track of Bonafide’s latest release

Interviews

Interview with Phil Campbell (Vocals) (The Temperance Movement)

We got this massive break in front of these pure rock guys, the old guard so to speak like Brian May. We came on, blasted a couple of tunes and were loved for it. Then we were played on Planet Rock radio and the views of our videos went up massively. We tried to capitalize, as we had some video presentations of us doing”Only Friend”. It went to over a 100,000 views after that. That to me was the lucky break for us, it felt amazing because we came onto the same stage that Led Zeppelin had played. First thing that I did when I went home is watch Led Zeppelin live at the Albert Hall”.

Album Reviews

Awek – Rich And Famous Review

RICH AND FAMOUS is the band’s seventh full-length release over a sixteen year career and a pure joy to listen to from start to finish…

Album Reviews

ZZ Top – Texicali Review

The E.P has done for me exactly what it was meant to do…Made me both very keen and also quite curious to see just how ZZ TOP sound in the full album format…

Album Reviews

Joe Bonamassa – Driving Towards The Daylight Review

if you are a fan of any type of electric blues music, blues rock, amazing guitar playing or just rock music in general then there is no reason that you shouldn’t rush out and grab a copy of this record right now!…

Album Reviews

Diesel – Under The Influence

Though the early years of DIESEL were spent with funked-up Aussie pub rockers THE INJECTORS, and his last decade or so have been spent in a more middle of the road acoustic based style, the sound of American blues has always been evident in his music one way or another. His credibility as one of Australia’s best blues axe slingers was solidified back in 1996 as part of a joint project with another Aussie blues hero in Chris Wilson…

Album Reviews

Steve Miller Band – Let Your Hair Down

overall these ten tunes stand up as being just as good as anything on the previous album, it’s just a matter of whether or not Miller fans will need twenty songs in this similar vibe…