All posts by Roger T.

  • Jay Tausig – The Trip Around The Sun

    Or, to give it its full title: The Art Of Ed Unitsky And The Music Of Jay Tausig A Cosmic Journey Through The ZodiacThe Trip...

  • Änglagård – Viljans Öga

    To cut a long story very short, I have always been into complicated music as I’m sure you know, but back in the late 70s...

  • Tohpati Bertiga – Riot

    Since discovering the quite wonderful guitar playing of Tohpati Ario Hutomo early last year via his Indonesian ethno-jazz fusion combo simakDialog, I’ve kept a close...

  • Faust – The Faust Tapes

    As a 13 year old in 1973 I had a meagre income from washing neighbours’ cars and suchlike, but pocket money from Mum & Dad was in short supply. The...

  • Amon Düül II – Phallus Dei

    Way back in the early 70s Liberty Records ran a budget subsidiary called Sunset that reissued albums from the mid to late 60s at less...

  • Vaiping – Industrial Workers Of The World

    From Stavanger in Norway, industrial noiseniks Vaiping forge raw beats through the metal presses and the production line issues forth a concept album in oil-stained...

  • Funin – Unsound

    Bergen indie outfit Funin released this, their debut waxing back in November 2010 in their home territory Norway but it did not get a world release...

  • Moraine – Metamorphic Rock

    One of the pleasures of this reviewing lark is that once in a while something hitherto unheard of will land in your inbox that simply...

  • Special Providence – Soul Alert

    Since forming in 2004, Hungary’s Special Providence has released two albums, Space Café (2006) & Labyrinth (2008). Soul Alert is their third album, out on...

  • Flower Eaters – The Spectre Loiters

    The first album from this two man London group mixes classic space rock sounds with Klaus Schulze like sequencer led synth extrapolations to produce an...