Here’s an album that purports to include “All of the 20th century composition techniques and styles.” Read what Peter Kearns has to say about that.
Roo Panes has the designer stubble and sandpapery voice to make our maidens quake at the knees, but… Gary Steel explains.
A band of Estonian minimalists get the Kearns evaluation.
Spencer Sabo does it all by himself, impressively, but there are a few caveats, writes Peter Kearns
Finally, a record to creep out the 49-year-old child in Peter Kearns.
PK encounters a group who sound like they ended up in their practice room via a quirk of fate.
Peter Kearns is wowed by a record that (wait for it!) has something to say. What a change from the me-me-me generation.
Peter Kearns goes on a quest to find songs that can boast more than a good riff or a good line or a good melody. Songs that have everything, just like the old days.
Peter Kearns mourns the end of one particular kind of wizard, and a true star.
Follow me, follow my playlist, says PETER KEARNS.
It’s always accidental when Peter Kearns likes something that other people like, too. But sometimes it happens, like on today’s Juju Jukebox playlist.
Does The Beatles’ “lost” material point a way forward for 21st century groups whose each and every fart and chunder ends up polluting the worldwide web? Despite it all, PK finds some gems to plunder asunder.