Somewhere – JD Days (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

We know that JD Days has the ability to wander all over the sonic spectrum, taking in all manner of influences and hopping between numerous musical genres, from folky acoustica to indie groovers to rap-infused dance-pop. But I feel that in his heart he is an old-school acoustic balladeer, a hopeless romantic who loves nothing... Continue Reading →

Relics – Moleville (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Being totally aware of Steve Skinley as the voice and piano lines of Familiars, much of the music he creates under the Moleville pseudonym feels very….what’s another word for familiar…comfortable, musically speaking anyway. But that’s fine, I love his main band and these solo recordings manage to take his core sound into some wonderfully new... Continue Reading →

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