❉ Eoghan Lyng reviews the second themed A Year In The Country album of 2018, a conceptual musical package.
❉ The nicest surprise from Sweden since Benny, Bjorn, Anni Frid and Agnetha buried their thirty–year-long hatchet.
❉ A five-disc record of the rise and fall of the lipstick killers. So, strap on yer platforms, cake on some slap and let’s get into it….
❉ “Forward thinking, aware, stately and balanced – sounds like a piece of architecture to me alright!”, writes Eoghan Lyng of Nashville-based outfit Palm Ghosts’ new album.
❉ A gorgeous collage of sound myths, emboldened stories and earthly sounds; a journey through the rims and roads of Britain.
❉ Rat Scabies, formerly of The Damned, surprises and delights with his first, ambitiously diverse solo album.
❉ The magic is right here, in the Norwegian duo’s clever, esoteric and eccentric second album.
❉ Peter Kernel’s aggressive, enticing, fourth album explores the vastness of the dark, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ This collection of Beefheart covers will likely surprise you and delight you.
❉ This is an Irish folk trio made for musical adventures, writes Eoghan Lyng.