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The Brother Brothers Tour Of Scandinavia 2019

The Brother Brothers Tour Of Scandinavia 2019 Brotherly duo The Brother Brothers bring their old country and folk inspired music to Scandinavia. Out on tour this month are the brothers, David and Adam Moss who promote their music under the continue →

Return Visit For Rod Melancon

A Return Visit For Rod Melancon Returning to Scandinavia this spring is singer-songwriter Rod Melancon. With his new long player imminent by the name of ‘Pinkville’, Rod Melancon will be promoting said record during a second live stint in Scandinavia, continue →

Sugar Jump: Dance Til The Break Of Dawn!

There’s no better place to start than with Ray Charles classic, ‘Mess Around’, to set up what is (another) lively volume in this near perfect series. With the Mojo Man, as always, laying down his words of wisdom when it…

Finding Solace

“For this record, I wrote most of the songs while in rehab, so ideas of addiction and recovery were heavy on the mind.”

New Interview With William Russell Wallace

New Interview With William Russell Wallace Alt-country artist, William Russell Wallace, opens up about new album ‘Dirty Soul’ to FLW, and the road that led him there. Latest interview to arrive at FLW towers is with alternative country singer-songwriter William continue →

Wild Life

Full of forbidden fruits according to the Mojo Man, and he’s not far off with such an assessment as ‘Wild Life’ piles its way through twenty-eight dancefloor fillers. From top to toe these songs are rockin’ and a-reelin’ beginning with…

Cat Scratchin’

Stamping their identity all over this compilation album are the female singers of 50s and early 60s generations trying to make a name for themselves in a largely male dominated industry. What the listener will experience with ‘Cat Scratchin’ is…

Love Shock

It’s all about love as far as this volume is concerned in the Koko Mojo series that largely focuses on blues and rhythm and blues. With twenty-eight tracks to get its message across regarding the subject of love, ‘Love Shock’…

Coming Home

It’s been a few years since the last outing from The Rob Ryan Roadshow with their ‘Live At Montreux Jazz Festival’ long player. However, 2019 marks a fresh start for the band with their new album ‘Coming Home’, which is…

Jelly Roll Shuffle

Norway is the destination and where you will find The Jelly Roll Men performing an old-school style of 50’s blues. Smart and stylish in appearance and with songs to match, The Jelly Roll Men unroll a lengthy album consisting of…

Don’t Mess With Me, Baby

The theme of this compilation album of known and lesser known rhythm and blues performers appears to focus on the notion of the blues making itself known whether you’re in relationship or without a relationship. Those suffering from such symptoms…

Move On!

Featuring twenty-eight tracks of predominantly up-tempo rhythm and blues, with some borderline soul influences, is the next in line of this fine, fine series. It is no lie that the tempos are fast and shifting throughout ‘Move On!’ whether rockin’…

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Doubt Mines EP

Terrible Love (Big Scary Monsters)

There seems no cure for the emotions expressed here. Cracked love, open wounds and downright despair is what you’re likely to get when it comes to the latest release from post-hardcore outfit Terrible Love.


London Is Trouble (Single)

Sol Heilo (Propeller Recordings)

…any joy that is left to be found can certainly be had via ‘London Is Trouble’ and the impressive manner in which this intimate tale is told .


Scale Of Blindness

Benjamin Finger (Eilean Records)

It’s a masterwork, and it’s called ‘Scale Of Blindness’.


Retreat (from album The Neon Handshake)

Hell is for Heroes (Chrysalis)

Defiant to the end, Retreat is just one of the highlights from a debut album that is being celebrated this month with a number of live dates.


The Long Harvest

Creek Road Eleven (Z-Trading)

Such attention to the finer details has certainly paid off as Creek Road Eleven deliver a ten-track album packed with rollin’ country rock tunes…


International Blue (Single)

Manic Street Preachers (Columbia)

Everything in its right place then, the new album should be something worth waiting for.


Baksida På Operaen (Single)

Stian Fjelldal (Didelidoo)

It makes for compelling listening, especially given the added teaspoonful of eccentricity that brings to mind Scotland’s Mull Historical Society.


Thee DB3

Thee DB3 (Drum Monkey Records)

Thee DB3 are a talented unit with a debut album that is firing on all cylinders.


Hiding Places (Single)

Rain On Monday (ROM Music)

…‘Hiding Places’ may be the sound of rainfall yet the sun is also shining.


Wolf (Single)

DYLYN (HOME Music Co.)

With a genuine 80s feel coursing through the centre of this new record via moody sounding synths, ‘Wolf’ is not without current reference points regarding its overall sound…

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