“In a world of land-bound cookie-cutter sound-alikes operating within a me-too culture, Mike Keneally’s music is an ocean,” writes Peter Kearns.
Author: Peter Kearns
Lynch’s latest needed a T Bone Burnett at the controls to make it what it could have been, reckons Peter Kearns.
Peter Kearns discusses a genuinely original singer-songwriter and his debut long player.
Here’s a ‘country’ album that’s more Wall Of Voodoo than Willie Nelson, writes Peter Kearns.
Jackson Scott makes eerie lo-fi psychedelia that’s worth checking out, according to Peter Kearns.
There’s much unrealised potential in these Aussie electronicists, writes Peter Kearns.
Peter Kearns acclaims a sadly neglected prog-rock gem, dug up and reissued.
Peter Kearns would be happy to hear Nadine Shah sing the phone book. If there were still phone books.