REVIEW: STEVE VAI – VAI/GASH (2023)

"Around 1990, I was overcome with a desire to rip out what I thought would be a straight-ahead type of rock record that contained...

REVIEW : ANTIMOZDEBEAST – VISION (2023) 

AntiMozdeBeast is the project and brainchild of Florida based industrial experimental artist Gabriel Palacio. His most recent collection of songs are issued on his...

REVIEW :  DAY CLINIC –  S/T (2023)

Day Clinic bring together four musicians Boris Kaplunovich (vocals / guitar), Can Aylak (guitar),  Chris Crabtree (bass) and Rafa Quiñonero (drums) from Israel, Spain, Germany, and...

REVIEW: ZEBRAHEAD – II (2023)

Zebrahead released their first album some 25 years back. At the time they were a name to drop. I can remember buying the album,...

REVIEW: JORDAN HARVEY – IT IS WHAT IT IS (2023)

I am firmly of the belief that anyone over the age of 30 who looks at Tik-Tok should be on some kind of register,...

REVIEW: PEACH AND QUIET – BEAUTIFUL THING (2023)

Give or take a few days, it is two years since I reviewed the debut album from Peach And Quiet on the site. The...

REVIEW : HIBOU – ARC EP (2023)

Hibou is the alias of Peter Michel (ex-Craft Spells) a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, born in Seattle and now based in Paris, who publishes his...

REVIEW: JARED JAMES NICHOLS – JARED JAMES NICHOLS (2023)

How time flies and all that, but it came as a shock to me that the last time I saw Jared James Nichols was...

REVIEW : NEVERLAND RANCH DAVIDIANS – NEVERLAND RANCH DAVIDIANS (2023)

The Neverland Ranch Davidians describe themselves as “garage proto-punk reprobates on the 5th day of a 4-day creep”. The trio was formed by guitarist...

REVIEW : A PROJECTION – IN A DIFFERENT LIGHT (2022)

A Projection are an indie rock / post-punk band from Stockholm, Sweden with dark textures of effect-driven guitars, lush synthesizers, and heartfelt, introspective lyrics....

REVIEW: ANTI-FLAG – LIES THEY TELL OUR CHILDREN (2023)

I’d like to take this opportunity to add to the list of 2023’s vague promises: It is my intention at some point this year...

REVIEW: ASH GRAY AND THE BURNERS – LIVE 55 (2022)

Here’s a thing I’ve learned in the eight years I’ve been doing MV: never blag it. Someone always loves the bands you review more...

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