Monthly Archive: September 2015

Rave review of JAMES LEG “Below The Belt” from THE DAY

Covers are something modern rockers avoid, but Leg demonstrates how they can give context to the originals, which in this case often do them one better: the frenetic “Casa de Fuego” and “Glass Jaw” are remarkable, and the piano on “October 3rd” and “What More” are fuller and more memorable than anything this side of […]

9 ½ /10 review of DATURA4 “Demon Blues” from 100% ROCK MAGAZINE

Whilst at first listen it may seem like Demon Blues is a rifferamic hard rockin’ boogie assault from start to finish, there’s nothing one-dimensional about the album at all – like an back-road rally there are wild careers off the beaten track into Hawkwind-ey space-psych (Another Planet), instrumental drag-race-guitar-duels (Hoonsville) and sludgey proto-metal-meets-T-Rex stomps (the […]