Napier’s Bones – Hell and high water

Bands don’t come much smaller than Napier’s Bones, consisting as they do of two people. These are multi-instrumentalist Gordon Midgley and singer Nathan Jon Tillett. ‘Hell and High Water’ is a true D.I.Y. (Do it Yourself) album with singing, music, production and artwork (by Nathan) being handled by the band themselves. The CD itself has … Read more, available in English and Dutch

Crescent Moon – The lidless room

When I was asked by the editors of this magazine to write a review for Crescent Moon, this name didn’t said me anything. No wonder, because the Dutch studio band only exists since 2014. The band was formed by brothers Eric and Frank Peters. Last year the twins Bass and Tim joined (sons of Frank). … Read more, available in English and Dutch

Murky Red – No hocus without pocus

The Belgian progressive rock band Murky Red was founded in 2009 and in 2012 they released their debut album ‘Time does not Matter’. Murky Red had several setbacks, among others scams. But they weren’t put down by that. Recently they released their 2nd album. A mysterious and a fairly quiet start of ’Pixelated Friends’. Soon … Read more, available in English and Dutch

Kristoffer Gildenlöw – A Night To Remember

Intro by: K. J. Keller ‘A Night To Remember’ was a special show that was performed at the Park Theater in a quaint village called, Alphen aan den Rijn in the Netherlands. It is not a secret that this music journalist has been a huge fan of the magic that Kristoffer Gildenlöw brings to the stage. … Read more, available in English and Dutch

Wulf of Collision – Between Here and Somewhere Else

Wulf of Collision is a Belgian/British hardrock band, situated in Hoogstraten, Belgium. They play a melting pot of rock ‘n’ roll, blues and metal. 2013 was a good year for them: they were the support act in Biebob in Vosselaar, for nobody less than Halestorm, the winner of a Grammy Award. They took part in … Read more, available in English and Dutch