Flare Voyant presents multinational rock with “Industry of Cool”
Mar08

Flare Voyant presents multinational rock with “Industry of Cool”

Produced by Chris KIMSEY Recorded and Mixed by George MURPHY Mastered by Chris KIMSEY By Lucas Borges Enthusiastic about the aesthetics of the 1960s and 1970s (despite being only 21 years old), the musician Rod Bourganos was part of an internet group whose subject matte read more

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Album Review | Erja Lyytinen – Stolen Hearts
Feb15

Album Review | Erja Lyytinen – Stolen Hearts

This review is from Mick Birchall Reviews at www.mickbirchallreviews.co.uk   I first discovered Erja Lytinnen a few years back now. The first album of hers I remember listening to in full was Dreamland Blues. A great album with some killer tracks. Since then, I’ve read more

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One To Watch For in 2017 – The Second Sons
Dec24

One To Watch For in 2017 – The Second Sons

If you’re old enough to have seen Delaney and Bonnie on tour with Eric Clapton and George Harrison and a certain Mr. Bobby Keys on saxophone you’ll know that they were a proper rock band – the genesis of Derek and the Dominos – their music was the best read more

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Thirsty #12  in Sentinel Daily’s Top 100 Albums of 2016
Dec22

Thirsty #12 in Sentinel Daily’s Top 100 Albums of 2016

12. Thirsty – Albatross (Thirsty Music) ‘Thirsty, if you didn’t know already, is the latest musical vehicle of former Quireboy Guy Bailey… Albatross, corralled masterfully by Rolling Stonescohort Chris Kimsey is a delight for the ears’. – Scott Adams, 26/10/16

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Audio Interview | Fully Clocked for Bad Touch
Nov01

Audio Interview | Fully Clocked for Bad Touch

This week we have an interview with Bad Touch lead singer Stevie Westwood. The band will release their second studio album ‘Truth Be Told’ at the beginning of December. A couple of tracks on the album have been remixed by the legendary Rolling Stones engineer and co-pro read more

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Thirsty For A Rolling Stones-esque Band? Check Out “The Albatross”
Oct31

Thirsty For A Rolling Stones-esque Band? Check Out “The Albatross”

Rolling Stones producer Chris Kimsey is producing on British band Thirsty’s new release, “Albatross.” The result: experience meets a 70s rock vibe. Thirsty, a British band, has given a 70s flashback to a modern release. The vocals of Guy Bailey meet Irina D to give a la read more

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