Solo Collective part two – Sebastian Reynolds (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

It’s a brave choice to turn your back on the traditional structure we find in most albums, the well-trodden path of verse, verse, chorus, verse is tried and tested but what Oxford-based musician Sebastian Reynolds has done on his follow up to his 2017 release (sensibly titled Solo Collective part one) is present the listener... Continue Reading →

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