Scott Lavene – It’s All Gonna Blow – Single Review

The English freestyle-rock’n’roller Scott Lavene released the single It’s All Gonna Blow on the 12th.

Scott Lavene

Scott Lavene

Prefacing a slew of new material due for release this year, with many a year in the industry in various incarnations – It’s All Gonna Blow – is the first track under his real name and somehow there seems to be a refreshed, more carefree and less seeking-approval by an alter-ego sound to the track which equally gives it a more genuine draw to the pull as Scott surfaces from his own self-created shadows of himself and I look forward to more of his new found freedom of sketched music.

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Art Block – Eliza – Single Review

It has been almost two years since the English melancholic-folk creator Art Block last featured.

Art Block - Eliza

Art Block

The latest single, which came out on the 14th and is available on bandcamp, Eliza – takes Art Block in to even deeper sorrowful despondency than music previously featured with a bowed strings and piano led composition.

The quietly laid song slowly circles the mind as the haunting vocal plays almost inaudibly, like a faint shadow cast through sunlit mist, while piano forms dour chord changing melodies which layer the track with a sad countenance while cello creates the bleary, almost tangible, tears of wistful thought which permeate Eliza.

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Paradise Bird – Baby’s in L.A – Audio

The English electrodream project Paradise Bird is planning the release of the EP My Lover Died in March.

Paradise Bird

Paradise Bird

Setting the scene for the EP is the just revealed Baby’s in L.A..

The almost six minutes running time, rather than seeming extraneous to the conceptualisation of the song, suits perfectly the mood and moment.

There is a wistful flow to the composition which minds of the morose thoughts which float through the mind on a particularly despondent day, yet akin to those moments of darkness there is also a sense of the mind recalibrating processes to reenvision the dynamics, resulting in a feeling of quiet acceptance.

A beguiling xylophone loops through the electronica whilst the dreamy vocal pivots in the shadowy undergrowth in a song that holds attention due to its quiet demeanour and demure beauty.

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Tarantina – I’m A Loner – Video

The English sultrywave creator Tarantina is planning to release the EP Teething later in the year.

Tarantina - I'm A Loner


The slight delay in the release of the EP which had initially been anticipated last year – has allowed a further track to surface from Teething.

I Am A Loner (released as a stand alone single on the 2nd) has a tango undercurrent to it which grabs hold of the listener and pivots them around the dance-floor under the spell of the smoking vocal.

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B.W. Johnson – My Love, Pt. 1 – Audio

The English dour-folk project B.W. Johnson was introduced last year.

B.W. Johnson - My Love, Pt. 1

B.W. Johnson

Most recently to surface was the five track, approximately twenty six minutes, EP Together.

The opening song on the release (which is available on bandcamp), My Love, Pt. 1, which lasts a sliver under seven and one sixth minutes sets the scene for the ensuing material as the discordant vocal weeps in and out of tune and tempo with the acoustic guitar.

Rather than sounding like a critical error, this ischemic contusion, gives the track an earthy honesty which draws the listener closer to both the speakers and, their handkerchief to daub the eyes with the lamentation of the composition.

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