Reviews

Ray Wilson – Song For A Friend (2016)

Ray Wilson returns with his brand new stripped back album, “Song For A Friend”. Released on the 3rd June 2016 this album marks a departure for Ray opting for an incredibly fortified denuded production compared to his…


Take A Look At Me Now – Phil Collins

In 2015 Phil Collins, along with his record company, announced a remaster campaign which involved releasing his solo albums with an extra disc of content. Unfortunately it was delayed from its original November 6th release date whilst…


David Bowie’s Swan Song – Blackstar

After less than a couple of hours to reflect on the majesty that was David Bowie, to be sat here typing a review. This was Bowie’s final release in his lifetime (by 2 days) Blackstar,…



Foo Fighters Reign at the National Bowl

Anticipation had rang out over the UK for the return of the Foo Fighters. Planned to headline Glastonbury this year plus two dates originally scheduled for Wembley Stadium in June, fans were left disappointed at the…


Tony Banks – A Chord Too Far

A Chord Too Far is the long awaited 4 CD deluxe box set comprising 48 tracks spanning seven solo albums and two orchestral albums, all personally selected by Tony Banks. Tracks have been remixed exclusively for…


Steve Hackett – The Man, The Music

Despite his solo success and work within Genesis, Steve Hackett has yet to have an official documentary about his career made. This glaring oversight has now been amended with this new production Steve Hackett – The Man, The Music. A documentary several years in the making, it comprises a 40 year career and personal life into just over 2 hours and 20 minutes. With an arsenal of musicians and peers including, with a lot of new interviews, the documentary aims to be a definitive biography on film.