Night Shop – My Love – Video

The US folk-rock project Night Shop releases the LP In The Break on the 14th of September.

Night Shop

Night Shop

Having spent many years on the road as a drummer, in 2016, Justin Sullivan decided it was time to take a break for a year or so from the rigours of touring and found a reinvigorated pleasure in the the creation of the more raw and personal songs which had drawn an interest in music in the first place and the catalyst for the vehicle Night Shop – which saw the release of the eponymous EP in early 2017.

In The Break, given the context of music development perhaps better explains the album title (available on bandcamp), is a self-reflective collection of eleven songs that have an honest attraction to them which sears deep in to the listeners bone-marrow. Whilst introspective in process the audience doesn’t feel as though they are a voyeur peeping through the windows, rather an invited participant to draw their own stories from the wistful flow of the soft compositions.

My Love is the penultimate track.

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Crocodylus – My Love – Single Review

The Australian rock’n’roll trio Crocodylus released the single My Love on the 28th of March.

Crocodylus - photo by Ashley Naylor

Crocodylus – photo by Ashley Naylor

A stonkingly good track that is able to reach out of the speakers and launch the listener on to the dance-floor before the first bar has run its course. My Love (available on bandcamp) is a song that lifts the gloom of the travails of life and offers the audience an escape in to a better place and attests to a trio who have much to add to the weave of the world.

The music consists of well-balanced fuzzy smears circling around a superb percussion while filling the room with a retro-garage soundtrack which is highlighted by the unfussy delivery that has an infectious warmth and marks out a band I look forward to hearing much more of over the years.


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