Gary Steel continues his catchment of 2010 releases he ought to have reviewed, this time with a rather fetching debut that combines folk and Spectoresque pop
Author: Gary Steel
A electronic world of Matthew Dear just got a whole lot darker on this great album
A mix CD with a difference – it’s actually quite good, in a dubby minimal techno fashion
It’s not surprising that 3DTV bombed
In which our sonic hero ends up on crutches and has to listen to too much music. Awful.
Lazy ol’ fart at play Gary Steel finally gets around to filing his “appreciation” of the amazing Don Van Vliet aka Captain Beefheart
An entirely subjective list of favourite albums from 2010 – and a few least favourite
Gadgets go all fruit’n’veg
Persian septuagenarian brought out of cobwebs to collaborate with young English guys, successfully
The weird gets going on this remix album made from history’s audio detritus
Bill Direen leaves the ‘U’ out of Builders on a double-pronged release
Music for fairies this may be, but it’s gorgeous stuff, and who can resist two harmonising angels?