Live: South Club charmed Prague

Korean band South Club is an amazingly interesting project dangling between alternative rock, blues, and grunge, something commercially unusual for Korean music market known internationally, which makes it more special. During their second European tour, South Club came to the Czech Republic and performed at a club called Nová Chmelnice, typically hard rock venue served... Continue Reading →

New Releases: Weeks #14 – 16

  BAYOU SIDE - UNBOUND  Blues | Released: 22.4.2017 | Italy WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | BUY | LISTEN  Tracklist: 1 No Money Blues 2 See That My Grave Is Kept Clean 3 Emily 4 Voodoo Queen In Pink 5 Mary 6 Everything Is Alright 7 First September Rain 8 Unbound 9 Lullaby For Me 10 I Get... Continue Reading →

Albums: Week #7 & 8

Sorry for these articles delays, still not quite well. So, now I am combining the 7 & 8 weeks albums, it all mostly came out on 10th anyway. It's quite a mix of genres. There is some blues rock, some pop, a bit of folk and even instrumental Chinese oriented hip hop, album, which is very... Continue Reading →

Album Releases: Weeks #4

Unfortunately, I have been quite ill and could not come with any article in the last three weeks. So here is the 4th week and I'll try to keep up with the rest as soon as I can 🙂 WEEK #4  The fourth week was probably the most interesting so far, there is some amazing new... Continue Reading →

Album Releases: Week #3

So far this third January and 2017 week is the most joyous in new releases. Although this week is not filled with any big names, it sure offers perhaps even bigger music.     LIGHTS  &  MOTION – DEAR AVALANCHE Sweden | Post-Rock | Buy | Follow We’ll start with post-rock and a favorite of... Continue Reading →

Fresh Frequencies: Barns Courtney

DETERMINATION MAKES MUSICIANS AND NICE LINE BETWEEN BLUES AND INDIE I think that is an appropriate way to start an article about British singer and songwriter Barns Courtney. Every self-made musician, working hard to bring their personality into music, to give it that intimate and honest angle people want, comes through a rough path. Barns Courtney is no... Continue Reading →

Review: Black Keys – Turn Blue

I have read several Black Keys reviews on their new album before I listened to my own copy and from their comments I expected funk. But I surely heard very fine blues instead! I can agree on one thing only, Black Keys went in different direction with their eight studio album, dropping rock and inserting... Continue Reading →

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