Album Review | Thirsty – Nomad
Aug23

Album Review | Thirsty – Nomad

whisperinandholllerin Rating: I had to pour myself a shot of Aquavit to go with listening to the new 12″ EP from Thirsty the quite brilliant Nomad EP that is the latest release from Thirsty the current band of original Quireboy Guy Bailey and the Russian Poet Irina D. and along with Simon Hanson from Squeeze and Chris Johnstone also originally from The Quireboys and produced by Chris Kimsey. I went to the Press Launch for the Ep...

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Album Review | THIRSTY – Nomad
Aug22

Album Review | THIRSTY – Nomad

Release date 31.08.18  (8/31/18) The third release from Thirsty is, at six tracks, more of a mini album, however, it is big on impact. “Nomad” is one of those albums that I can just leave on in the background, or turn up and immerse myself in. I have been looking forward to hearing this record and it follows on nicely from its two predecessors, easy going, with a great groove and well written songs, all delivered in a very Keith...

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Album Review | Thirst – Nomad | Planet Mosh
Aug21

Album Review | Thirst – Nomad | Planet Mosh

As Monty Python would say…And now for something completely different. I’m talking about the new mini-album from alternative rock band Thirsty. Thirsty was founded by Guy Bailey (former guitarist and founding member of the Quireboys) and Russian poet Irina D. That’s already starting to sound a bit unusual, but for this release, a mini-album that follows their second album, things have got even more unusual – they’ve done it in...

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Album Review | Plunger Music – Erja Lyytinen
Apr10

Album Review | Plunger Music – Erja Lyytinen

Review From PLUNGERmusic.tumblr.com ♦ Scandi not-quite noir in musical form… “We are a dark country! Maybe it’s the climate or whatever, it’s just the state of mind that we have here…” With its Gothic cover and a welter of dark subject matter (mental illness, broken relationships and death row) Stolen Hearts might be expected to be equally brooding and downbeat but it’s not. The opening title track mixes Macy Gray R&B with...

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Album Review| Thirsty’s debut self-titled album leave us wanting more
Feb06

Album Review| Thirsty’s debut self-titled album leave us wanting more

By: Ryan Stabile  | AXS Contributor | Jan 30, 2016 In the sea of bands today that desperately cling to trends of the past in order to churn out gaudy and synthetic music, it is a very rare occasion when we see a band with enough authentic aesthetic to effortlessly embody the subversive rock gods of the sixties. For London-based Thirsty, they wear that ADJ naturally. With songs that adhere to the tried and tested rules of classic rock,...

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