New Year Ninety 2016 – 90 to 81

The New Year is five hours and five minutes old here in the UK and today is a thread of posts for the New Year Ninety of 2016. My thanks to the readers who can’t actually vote to make up the charts but are those who position the chart order through various algorithms, without you the site would be nothing more than an echo in a very dark chamber.

Tim Whale

Tim Whale

90. The Marital (USA)

Bold Show – The Marital is available on iTunes.*

89. Cardboard Cousin (USA)

88. Blood & Honey (Germany / Ireland)

87. Birthmark (Greece)

Subtract – Birthmark is available on iTunes.*

86. White Ape (England)

Game of Soldiers / A Face At the Window – Single – White Ape is available on iTunes.*

85. The Shambolic (England)

The Dead the Dying and the Damned – The Shambolic is available on iTunes.*

84. FlashFires (England)

The Play EP – FlashFires is available on iTunes.*

83. Yalta Club (France / Germany)

Yalta Club – Yalta Club is available on iTunes.*

82. The Rapports (England)

81. Rolin Humes (Croatia)

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New Year Ninety 2015 – 30 to 21

My thanks go to every musician who puts thought to song, without you there would be no website. If you are in the readers selection for the New Year Ninety 2015 or not – please keep creating, you do make the world a better place.

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30. Rolin Humes (Croatia)

29. Universal Thee (Scotland)

Back to Earth – Universal Thee is available on iTunes.*

28. Sculpture (England)

27. Seaside Sons (Scotland)

Out of Time – Seaside Sons is available on iTunes.*

26. The Volks (USA)

25. Léo Elso (France)

24. Felixxx (Mexico)

23. Drayter (USA)

22. ShiShi (USA)

21. Torn Beloved (Canada)

Torn Beloved – Torn Beloved is available on iTunes.*

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Rolin Humes – Hero – Video

Rolin Humes from Croatia were introduced back in January.

Rolin Humes - Rolin Humes welcomes you to the Penultimate Supper 6/ 8 - artwork

Rolin Humes – Rolin Humes welcomes you to the Penultimate Supper 6/8 – artwork

From the LP – Rolin Humes welcomes you to the Penultimate Supper 6/​8 –  (which is available on bandcamp) – a live version of track two of the seven – Hero.

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Rolin Humes

This Sunday (as I write), I seem to be having to brush up on Latin with this being the second band with Latin references….

Rolin Humes originally formed in Rijeka, Croatia is the blues rock quartet of Emil (Bass), Nikola (Guitar), Matej (Drums) and Robi (Vocals / Piano).

Rolin Humes - blues rock from Croatia

Rolin Humes

Music sometimes is as much about the lyric as the style and whilst Rolin Humes play in a genre with which I have little affinity, particularly given the jazz infusions, however – the lyrical content is incredibly interesting.


Historical figures feature predominately in the songs, which often describe a ‘what if’ journey, giving the resulting out-put by Rolin Humes a highly thoughtful perspective. This gives the material an almost philosophical twist and given that English isn’t the native tongue, a testament to the song writing skills.

For those more comfortable with the style, musically the quintet deliver smoothly blended instrumentation that features as mellow well tempered fusion rock. Originally formed as a blues session band they have successfully developed their style, which despite them all moving to different parts of the country, has evolved into a more inclusive out-put, which through intelligent lyrics poses apposite and current political conundrums, whilst on the surface appearing to be gliding serenely.

There is always great pleasure in finding personal resonance in the most obscure directions and I wish Rolin Humes the best for the future.

I conclude with the longest track I have thus far suggested, in the past four and a half years, you spend time to consider as a taster of the band being introduced  – 18 minutes and 18 seconds.

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