Otherworld –  Nessa (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Both folk and classical, perhaps more than any other styles of music have always been the best at capturing something of the natural world. The former seems in touch with its primal nature, its lore and history, the latter able to use sweeping compositions and grand sonics to describe the  natural, and sometimes supernatural, drama... Continue Reading →

Our Hour – Hanterhir (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

It’s difficult to classify a band such as Cornwall’s Hanterhir, among the fifteen – yes, fifteen– songs tracks on ‘Our Hour’ the band dip into different genres like a guest at a finger buffet, filling their plate with rock, punk, folk and poppy radio-friendly music but the music feels connected by the acoustic guitar that... Continue Reading →

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