Plini Playing With Steve Vai? (Interview)

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As a long-time Plini and Steve Vai fan, this interview threw up an extremely exciting idea. Backstage at legendary London rock venue The Borderline, we got chatting about broken ukeleles, clean section circle pits, and that incredible plan…

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Posted on 24 March 2017

Jon Gomm [Live Review – Komedia, Brighton, 24/3/2015]

jon gomm 2015 tourSome musicians are divas. The slightest backstage issue – even the delivery of the wrong brand of hairspray to their dressing room – leads to pulled gigs and a simple refusal to perform. Fans get gutted while egos get fluffed, because hey – it’s showbiz, right?

At the other end of the scale, you have the hard sloggers. Guys and girls who push themselves onstage even when everything around them is a barely perceptible blur of chaos and stress. Nobody could fault them for taking a time out – but they go do what they do regardless.

Jon Gomm is definitely the latter. Although the 250-odd people crammed into Komedia had no doubt been waiting for this show with baited breath, it could very well have been cancelled, and Read more…

Posted on 26 March 2015

Simeon Baker – ‘Roads’ [Review]

simeon baker pres shotAlthough I’ve already reviewed Simeon Baker’s EP, I wanted to come back to this brilliant piece of acoustic virtuoso mastery and bask in its rays for a bit. Read more…

Posted on 25 August 2014

Simeon Baker – ‘Simeon Baker EP’ [Review]

simeon baker epLondon’s randomness never ceases to surprise me. In summer, street performers can be found everywhere – but having spent so much time passing rappers, dancers, and human statues, it takes a lot to attract a spoilt Londoner’s attention. It’s safe to say, then, that Simeon Baker has a lot to offer. Read more…

Posted on 31 July 2014

Sean Ashe – ‘Hemisphere’ [Review]

sean ashe hemisphereStrident and ultra-confident strutting delivered via thick, lush tones. Sensual melodic contours that become rolling hills and deep valleys while skilfully avoiding Satriani-esque clichés. Instrumental guitar that leans on the less-wanky and more-emotional end of the spectrum. A damn good tune. Read more…

Posted on 05 June 2014

Marcus Rexford – ‘Exposure EP’ [Review]

Time and patience are beautiful things. Without time, you’re screwed: You’ll wind up late for everything, faced with angry people at every turn, and you won’t get anything done. Without patience, you won’t use the time you do have effectively, squandering it instead on the pursuit of instant gratification and doing nothing of any lasting usefulness.

When you have both time and patience on your side, however, you will be duly rewarded. And that’s what has happened to London-based songwriter Marcus Rexford. This EP shows all the telltale signs of relentless drive and obsessive attention to detail that inevitably result in positive reviews and happy listeners. Track-by-track breakdown below: Read more…

Posted on 23 January 2014

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