What We’re Listening To – September 2018

What We’re Listening To – September 2018

‘Revisionist History, Season 3’ – Malcolm Gladwell I just wrapped up the final podcast of Season 3 (10 episodes in total), which dives into Freudian slips, Elvis Presley, and the one song he couldn’t sing – wowza!! Gladwell, the best selling author, uses the...
What We’re Listening To – August 2018

What We’re Listening To – August 2018

‘Temporary High’ – Nick Piunti Nick Piunti’s 4th album in 6 years, it’s power pop, indie rock, guitar driven timeless rock and roll. “Temporary High” is the follow up to 2016’s “Trust Your Instincts”. “Temporary High” is wrapped in alternating crunchy and jangly...
What We’re Listening To – July 2018

What We’re Listening To – July 2018

‘The Ice Queen’ – Sue Foley Sue Foley hasn’t released a solo album since 2006’s New Used Car, so the 2018 appearance of The Ice Queen is something of an event. The Ice Queen offers a welcome reminder of how fully formed her voice is as a guitarist, singer, and...
What We’re Listening To – June 2018

What We’re Listening To – June 2018

Savoy Brown – “Witchy Feelin'” If you like sound of Louisiana swamp blues, you may well like this, the zillionth album from Kim Simmonds-helmed British blues outfit Savoy Brown. Witchy Feelin’ may be a rather naff sounding title, but what lies behind...
What We’re Listening To – May 2018

What We’re Listening To – May 2018

‘Knock Knock’ – DJ Koze I often listen to the electronic genre when working behind my computer. I enjoy being driven by the steady pace, but prefer the rest of the music to lay in the background – and how I love DJ Koze for this. Listening to Stefan Kozalla’s...
What We’re Listening To – April 2018

What We’re Listening To – April 2018

‘Make Way For Love’ – Marlon Williams     This 11-track album is awash in post-midnight reverb and spilling over with the myopic despondency of heartbreak. In jettisoning the frequent forays into bluegrass and country that dominated his debut, Williams has honed in on...