CD Reviews

CD Reviews

The Wonder Revolution

The Wonder Revolution "Firefly"

  • Airhouse Records, 2012
The Singing Adams “Moves”

The Singing Adams “Moves”

  • Records Records Records, 2012
Tinlin “Shade of the Shadows”

Tinlin “Shade of the Shadows”

  • Breakconvention Records, 2012
Trent Severn

Trent Severn "Trent Severn"

  • Outside Music, 2012
Nathan Xander

Nathan Xander "Nathan Xander"

  • Independent, 2012
Jack Day “The First Ten”

Jack Day “The First Ten”

  • Bucketfull of Brains, 2012
Dream Boat

Dream Boat "Eclipsing"

  • Cloud Recordings, 2012
Cheap Wine

Cheap Wine "Based on Lies"

  • Cheap Wine Records, 2012
Lau

Lau "Race the Loser"

  • Reveal Records, 2012
Jacob Morris

Jacob Morris "Moths"

  • Cloud Recordings, 2012

CD Reviews Archive

 

We are gradually moving all of our 2002 - 2012 archived CD reviews to the new website. Any CD reviews that have already been moved to this new site can be found below (obviously, including all of our 2013 album reviews!); our 2010 - 2012 archived reviews can also still be viewed on this site using this link (note that the archived reviews load in an iframe, from a different server)

Latest CD Reviews

  • Various Artists

    Various Artists "Sandbanks, Swallows, Slatterns & Saints" Thames Delta Recording Co, 2014

  • The Oldtime Stringband

    The Oldtime Stringband "Chicken Crows for Day" Independent, 2014

  • Jon Allen

    Jon Allen "Deep River" Absolute/Monologue, 2014

  • Wesley Wolfe

    Wesley Wolfe "Numbskull" Independent, 2014

  • Dan Amor “Rainhill Trials”

    Dan Amor “Rainhill Trials” Recordiau Cae Gwyn Records, 2014

  • David Newberry

    David Newberry ‘Desire Lines’ EP Northern Electric, 2014

10 Years Ago ...

  • Toby Burke “Winsome Lonesome”

    Toby Burke “Winsome Lonesome” Loose Music

Revisited

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