Recluse’s Handbook out Now !!!

My new album “Recluse’s Handbook” is now available for free on Soundcloud and Youtube, and is purchasable for £1 on my Bandcamp. It’s taken a while to actually get this project finished and i am hoping that you all enjoy the music. Subsequently the album will be available on Spotify, Apple Music and various otherContinue reading “Recluse’s Handbook out Now !!!”

Part II: The Revenge!!!

I’m back for revenge!!! Now that summer is over it’s time to get working! “Hot Air Music Presents…” will now be taking place on Tuesdays at Bar 42 as myself and Mark Knowles have something that we’re gonna be working on for Wednesdays. The first gig back is coming soon on 18th October featuring Funkzilla,Continue reading “Part II: The Revenge!!!”

[REVIEW] “Ummagumma” ~ Pink Floyd

I’m gonna start by saying this album (studio portion) is not good, however i feel i need to look at it critically and open mindedly. Dunno why i found myself listening to this but i did and i have 30 minutes till work so here is a brief review of the album. Please note thatContinue reading “[REVIEW] “Ummagumma” ~ Pink Floyd”

[REVIEW] “Fortress of my Dark Self” ~ Ocean of Grief

A few days ago i received an email from a guy in Greece. He was the guitarist for a melodic doom metal band based in Athens and asked me to do a review of their new EP Fortress of my dark self, here is that review… Ocean of Grief are a melodic doom metal bandsContinue reading “[REVIEW] “Fortress of my Dark Self” ~ Ocean of Grief”

Nebulae music is shifting out from the shadows!!!

My fourth album is released! Nebulae Music Vol. 2: Background Radiation has crawled it’s way out of the shadowy depths of my computer and into your audio receptor holes. I started recording the album last year when the first piece “The Impossible Mirror [Part 1]” was recorded at Northbrook college. all the other tracks were recordedContinue reading “Nebulae music is shifting out from the shadows!!!”

Comparing Critical Perspectives on Pink Floyd’s The Endless River (college)

Released in November last year, the final Pink Floyd album had been sitting around for about 20 years before David Gilmour and Nick Mason decided to released these old sketches to the public. Here are some different critical perspectives from various news papers and blogs on the album. First some positive reviews: “A good wayContinue reading “Comparing Critical Perspectives on Pink Floyd’s The Endless River (college)”