Category Archives: CD Review

Matt Goodluck – Inner Cosmos

Matt Goodluck – Inner Cosmos

Here is another fine example of Cosmic awareness. Let’s start off by saying, if you enjoy music by Tangerine Dream or Mike Oldfield, I will urge you to read on. Matt Goodluck is an Australian artist who is in a very successful Pink Floyd Tribute band called Echoes of Pink Floyd Australia.  He transforms his… Continue Reading

Blackburn Brothers- SoulFunkN’BLUES

Blackburn Brothers- SoulFunkN’BLUES

With its smooth opening groove, you are instantly propelled into a laid back funk that is filled with satisfaction. That’s how we are introduced to the Blackburn Brothers opening song, Bobby’s Blues: A tribute opening to an important family member. That is the thing about their music, it is very smooth. It is like dancing… Continue Reading

Mute Sounds – Resilience

Mute Sounds – Resilience

Hey Toronto, there is a new Hard Rock Band here in Toronto and they will not stop until they get your attention. They are Mute Sounds and they are about to school you in their ways of Resilience. Upon first listen you will find their statement has a fine balance between being assertive and being… Continue Reading

Glueleg- Horror Vacui

Glueleg- Horror Vacui

Let’s begin with the obvious. It has been 25 years since Glueleg released their last album. Clodhopper came out in 1997 with their hit Pistons and then disappears after that. I will have to find out what happened and get back to you. I was privy that they got back in the studio last year… Continue Reading

Terry Draper- Bread and Cirkus

Terry Draper- Bread and Cirkus

Terry Draper from the Band Klaatu released his latest project call Bread and Cirkus. The reason I mentioned Klaatu is because they were compared to the Beatles, and this latest offering can also fit into that category. The Pop songs are innocent, open and have that floating kind of peace vibe to it. There are… Continue Reading

My story about Yiannis

My story about Yiannis

Like most stories of today, this takes place during Covid. While I was inside, I read a lot and shopped online. I won a Turkish drum about 5 months ago on an online auction. I brought it home and after a few weeks I realized I didn’t play it yet. So, I put in a… Continue Reading