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Chris Montague: Warmer Than Blood

Read "Warmer Than Blood" reviewed by Chris May

Spring 2020 has produced two notable albums from British guitarists. In April we had Rob Luft's exquisite Life Is The Dancer (Edition). In May we have Chris Montague's own-name debut, Warmer Than Blood. Like Luft, Montague writes engaging tunes and both albums are engagingly melodic; Montague's arrangements, however, are more open-ended, giving the music a collective ...

Juniper

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Juniper; Helsinki; A Thousand Lights; Hyperloop; Crossings; Nature's Radio; The Outlier; Eight Days.

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Geno Thackara's Best Releases of 2018

Read "Geno Thackara's Best Releases of 2018" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Despite (or in defiant response to) the difficulties of the streaming age, 2018 has seen another musical bumper crop--especially for those of us who particularly love the sound of the piano. There were enough top-notch offerings to make a list at least twice as long, but these have been the most frequent and satisfying staples in ...

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Slowly Rolling Camera: Juniper

Read "Juniper" reviewed by Roger Farbey

It would be just too facile to contend that the music produced by Slowly Rolling Camera is in the same ball park as, say, Air, Massive Attack or Groove Armada. For while it's partially true to assign the trip hop epithet to SRC, that shorthand does this trio (comprising, Dave Stapleton, Deri Roberts and Elliot Bennett) ...

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Slowly Rolling Camera: Juniper

Read "Juniper" reviewed by Geno Thackara

If Slowly Rolling Camera isn't already working on a film score or two, then some director somewhere is really missing out. The Welsh outfit occupies a beautifully lush spot in the music world at the intersection of jazz, trip-hop and soul-soothing electronica. It's sweeping yet intimate stuff, vivid and emotional on a widescreen scale in hi-def. ...

All Things

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: The Fix; Delusive; Oblivion; Room With A View; Scintillation; High Praise; Unsetting Sun; The Brink; All Things.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Slowly Rolling Camera: All Things

Read "All Things" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Slowly Rolling Camera was formed in Cardiff, Wales in 2013 and comprises a nucleus of vocalist and lyricist Dionne Bennett, co-composer and keyboardist Dave Stapleton plus Deri Roberts who in addition to producing the album is heard on electronics and assorted instruments and finally Elliot Bennett on drums and percussion. The group is variously augmented by ...

Into the Shadow

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: River's End; Into the Shadow; Anne; Riga.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Slowly Rolling Camera: Into the Shadow

Read "Into the Shadow" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Con Into the Shadow, il progetto denominato Slowly Rolling Camera mette ulteriormente a fuoco l'idea musicale che aveva piacevolmente sorpreso nell'omonimo album di debutto. Quegli undici brani spaziavano a trecentosessanta gradi nell'ambito di una musica d'atmosfera contaminata con il soul, l'elettronica, il jazz, il trip hop, l'ambient. In questo EP -quattro brani per un totale di ...


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