Music Reviews

Featured Reviews

URF – “For The Ride”
URF – “For The Ride”
I’ve been on many sides of the music industry. As a musician, audio engineer, marketing, and most recently, writing. And I know how it’s not easy to be true to who you are as...
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Verity White – “Breaking Out”
Verity White – “Breaking Out”
I have mentioned this before. I’m a huge fan of Verity White. Her powerful voice and lyrics always amaze me. There are so many strong female singers in rock history, and Verity is quickly...
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Ghostly Beard – “Invisible”
Ghostly Beard – “Invisible”
For many years of my life, I was a drummer. Not a fantastic drummer, but good enough to share a few stages with small bands. However, I was never truly dedicated to music theory....
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Fashion Week – “Scars”
Fashion Week – “Scars”
First of all – I love a band with a great name! And this band has a great name. Fashion Week! It is one of those names that just click. You instantly can resonate...
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Spoon – “Hot Thoughts”
Spoon – “Hot Thoughts”
I must confess. I feel embarrassed to say that I have never heard Spoon before. By that I mean that I have never voluntarily selected a song from them on any of my music...
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Dualib – “Auroras”
Dualib – “Auroras”
I must start by saying that I have the privilege and honour of having this artist as a personal friend of mine. During my days in which I was an audio professor, I had...
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The Corrs – “White Light”
The Corrs – “White Light”
Writing about this band involves a certain level of responsibility. As a contributor to The London Ginger’s website, all readers must know that this is one of her top bands of all time. Part...
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Short Reviews

Jessie Ware – “Glasshouse”
Jessie Ware – “Glasshouse”
One of the greatest privileges of sharing a life with Raquel Sol a.k.a. The London Ginger is that I discover incredible music. Proud an owner of an 80Gb iPod for years (which she still...
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Odonis Odonis – “No Pop”
Odonis Odonis – “No Pop”
Sometimes you come across genres so specific and niche that you get amazed just thinking about it. This is the case of the Toronto original trio Odonis Odonis. Classified as EBM Coldwave Industrial post-punk electronic,...
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