Deep Inside Your Mind – Dizzy Box Nine (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Even if the cover wasn’t a giveaway, as soon as you hear Deep Inside Your Mind you are transported back to the 80’s post-punk-pop era, a time of sweet, melodic and hook laden pop-rock, Day-Glo colours and John Hughes film soundtracks…which this could easily have been part of. Taking inspiration, consciously or otherwise, from bands... Continue Reading →


Never Mind – Devon (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

The last time I wrote about New York City singer-songwriter Devon, it was to discuss using covers, in her case a subtle reworking of Charli XCX’s perky pop paean to the unfairer sex, Boys as a way of grabbing an audiences attention before delivering the killer blow. What’s interesting about killer blows, especially sonic ones,... Continue Reading →

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