Wilko Johnson will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Wilko Johnson Band and his 70th birthday with a concert at the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday 26th September.
...and you can check out the new video clip here...
Simo have crafted a masterpiece in ‘rise and shine’, no more, no less, and if their output never amounts to more than this, they’ll have earned their place in rock’s storied history. 10
With dizzying solos, strong production (although for my tastes the vocals can feel a touch dry at times), and plenty of innovation, Regulus have delivered the album that their live set so tantalizingly promised. Highly recommended. 9
With word that a full-length is in the works, it’s clear that The Ugly Kings are heading for the top, catch them before they get there! 9
Also check out a making of... clip and a track-by-track guide to the album.
Not essential listening, perhaps, but a damn good tribute to BSC’s roots and a hell of a lot of fun to boot. 8
With a ferocious first half that stands up there with the best work Jonny has ever produced and an eclectic second half that shows a continued desire for growth, ‘signs’ is a mostly excellent work that highlights both Jonny’s talent and his diversity. 8