Author: Chris Murray

Review: Brian Eno, ‘Reflection’

Eno is a sonic cat who deserves his own planet. From recording a metal lampshade in the mid-’60s (what he credits as perhaps his first foray into ‘ambient music’) to being chief knob-twiddler and space overlord with an...

Review: The Rolling Stones, ‘Blue & Lonesome’

You hear it from the opening notes: they’re doing this for real. Sure, it’s a little slicker than what we would have liked… but it’s sincere and from the blackest heart of their collective experiences – with love. When a group...

Review: Sting, ’57th & 9th’

Clearly reinvigorated and showing an alternate to his lute-playing persona of recent times, Sting is offering rare strength when most peers his vintage have long retired on a boat – although coming across like Nickleback fronted...

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