Theatre Royal – Shindig Review

According to this review from Shindig Magazine you are all ‘discerning radio broadcasters’. Thanks for helping us get our music heard by people other than our mum’s over the years. @JohnKennedy @steve_lamacq @MickeyUndertone @CrowleyOnAir @gidcoe pic.twitter.com/8eAlQpGaVK — Theatre Royal (@Theatre_Royal_) 16 July 2019

The Claim – Shindig Review

THE CLAIM – The New Industrial Ballads – **** “Long-awaited” may be a knackered old cliche but no one can deny The Claim’s first new album in over 30 years is exactly that. Hot on the heels of their recently re-released “lost” masterpiece Boomy Tella, this belated follow up is confirmation – if any were needed – that The Claim were always rather special. Fans of old will love it. Now freed … Read more

Tape Saturation and Valve Distortion …

Tape saturation and distortion abound on a collection that boasts outstanding homages to R&B classics, alongside four strong original compostitions. Jimmy Reed’s 1959 ‘Come Love’, Sonny Boy Williams II 1963 standard ‘Help Me’ and Price & Walsh’s sublime ‘Ain’t No Love in The Heart of The City’ are just three of the timeless numbers given the Blues Foundation treatment on this stunning release. Greg Healey – Shindig Magazine #76