Neewer Studio Monitor Isolation Pads for 8 inch Monitors
I’ve been recording music for many years and I have never invested in any isolation pads for my monitor speakers. The main reason being that I had some serious heavy duty spiked stands / isolation, so they weren’t needed. However, they broke and never got replaced. Since then, my monitors have been sat on the […]
New Review, Gallery, Link!
Spent a bit of time last night fixing things and applying a little polish to the website. In addition to the visual changes, I also added a new Gallery Page, a review of Unforgiving Mirror from progwereld.org and added a link to same.
2013 – Review of the Year (Very Brief!)
Published:Tags: 2013, Highlights, Review, Summary
2013 is already a distant memory and, like everyone else, I thought it might be a good idea to summarise the year with a few bullet points. So, here goes. … Rebuilt the website several times, attempting to come up with something I liked. Took some doing, but we ended up with a cool looking […]
Big Big Train: Make Some Noise EP (2013)
Published:Tags: Big Big Train, Jethro Tull, progressive rock, Queen, Review
Big Big Train have re-released their previous two albums English Electric Part One and English Electric Part Part Two (both unmitigated works of genius) as one album called English Electric Full Power with 4 bonus tracks + 96 page booklet. So one doesn’t feel obliged to have to buy them all over again for the new […]
Andy Burrows: Company
Published:Tags: Indie, Review, Singer Songwriter
Artist / Title: Andy Burrows: Company (2012) Month Reviewed: June 2013 Format: CD Well, here is an album that has the words ‘pleasant surprise’ written all over it! Andy Burrows was the drummer in Razorlight, a UK indie/rock band that I had little time for. Anyway, here he is with his second solo album, in which he plays most things and […]