The Best Of Rory Gallagher Release Date : October 9th
The extraordinary talent that was Rory Gallagher passed away 25 years ago, and to mark this anniversary UMC are releasing a comprehensive Best Of collection of 30 tracks from the extensive catalogue, including 4 tracks from his band Taste, and a duet from 1973 with Jerry Lee Lewis of the Rolling Stones (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction which has been released as a single.
Perth-bred, UK-based iconic electronic act, Pendulum today release their first brand new music since the ARIA #3 and UK #1 selling album Immersion. The double A-side includes the euphoric halftime track “Nothing For Free”, featuring vocals from frontman Rob Swire, alongside an anthemic DnB hard-hitter of Pendulum proportions, “Driver”.
Mike Elrington has had what most of us would consider a tumultuous couple of years in his personal life, hence the title Aftershock, and that does not include the impacts of the last 6 months thanks to COVID-19 that any musician living in Victoria would have to be suffering.
TWISTER Cursed & Corrected Release Date –
Cursed & Corrected, the debut album (Off Yer Rocka Recordings)
from up and coming New Wave British rock band Twister, features 13 tracks and was recorded, produced
and mixed by Tony Draper at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool and mastered at the
legendary Abbey Road Studios by Frank Arkwright (The Killers, Frank Turner,
Biffy Clyro) – one of England’s greatest mastering engineers for contemporary
BLESS YOUR HEART – release date 28th August 2020 (BMG Records)
Greg Allman and Dickey Betts were
founding members of the great American country rock band The Allman Brothers,
and two of the next generation, Devon
Allman and Duane Betts joined forces in 2019 to launch a new album,
and tour on the back of that and some of the Allman Brothers greatest hits,
being the 50th anniversary of that seminal band.
Devon is also well known for his Royal
Southern Brotherhood project with Cyril Neville (Neville Brothers) and
Blues Guitar virtuoso Mike Zito.
Matt Pearce is one of the guitarists in high-profile UK classic rock band Voodoo Six, who are about to release their long-awaited new album in October, and before I review that one, having missed out on the London gig for Matt due to COVID-19 in March this year, I wanted to give this one a spin.
Canada’s Lutharö unleashed their sophomore EP “Wings of Agony” this past March. More innovative and imaginative than theirdebut EP “Unleash The Beast”, Lutharö stepped out of their comfort zone for “Wings of Agony”. Their catchy riffs, blazing solos, and vocals ranging from vicious growls to cleans are sure to send a chill down your spine, making them a well-rounded powerhouse of a band that brings beauty, aggression, and skill to the genre.
New York-based Australian producer/songwriter Sir Winston shares his favourite tips & tricks in the studio and presents his new single, ‘Hollywood Hills’
Be prepared. Time in the studio is precious. There are so many variables that come in to play so I like to be as prepared as possible. I have lots of early discussions with the team, a game plan allocating time to where the most work needs to be done. I like to spend the most time on guitars but my vocal normally needs the most time. Sometimes we get stuck on an idea and I like to write in the studio too, but time runs so fast – so someone needs to have at least one eye on the clock.