Album Review: Tonochrome, “A Map in Fragments”
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Album Review: Tonochrome, “A Map in Fragments”

Tonochrome is a London based quintet, Tonochrome’s first album, A Map in Fragments, was released earlier this year through Bad Elephant Music. Tonochrome is the brainchild of Andres Razzini, and the project was conceived, as the press release describes: “somewhere above the Atlantic on his travels between his native Bolivia and his adopted home in London”. … Continue reading

Album Review: The Sea Within, “The Sea Within”
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Album Review: The Sea Within, “The Sea Within”

There are several modern collaborative groups between popular progressive musicians-“supergroups”, if you will- that have created really stellar music, among them Flying Colors, Transatlantic, OSI (to name a few). However, for me, the primary consideration for the success of a group of this type is: if you were to hear this group without knowing the … Continue reading

Concert Review: The Darkness Shines in Salt Lake City, 4-6-18
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Concert Review: The Darkness Shines in Salt Lake City, 4-6-18

I have a vision about how English glam rockers, The Darkness, came to be. It involves brothers Justin and Dan Hawkins (lead vocals and guitars, respectively) sitting at home, enjoying some liquid refreshment and watching the classic comedy “Spinal Tap”. Daniel: “Oi, Justin, this is the funniest [expletive deleted] movie I think I’ve ever seen!” … Continue reading