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  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Doubtingthomas

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Doubtingthomas

    Greg Fenton reviews Doubtingthomas – Clockwork – Suleiman Records The music on Clockwork is about the rhythm of movement amidst the creative molecules surrounding and exciting the process. Starting with Stop for a Minute exploring that concept with clever interplay between melodic keys and percussion twirling around the grooves. The title track comes next feeling…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Made By Pete

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Made By Pete

    Greg Fenton reviews Made By Pete – Fires – Crosstown Rebels Fires is an incredibly stunning creation combining the dark heart of soul with grainy electronic, incendiary thinking. At various points, it feels like each note has been carefully crafted for maximum effect teasing out every drop of possibility. You can hear it as the…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Tommy Veanud

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Tommy Veanud

    Greg Fenton reviews Tommy Veanud – All Or Nothing – Hathōr Imagine you have one hundred new pieces of music to listen through in one go. I wonder what it is that primarily catches your ear in that process. For me, I’m not always interested after all this time (35 years of reviewing music) in…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Hot Sync

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Hot Sync

    Greg Fenton reviews Hot Sync – Whego Flow EP – Witty Tunes Whego Flow is an irresistible production. Full of the stimulating, funky spark igniting life and the seasoned excitement of seeking night-time highs. It’s also all about the fizzy energy of hot rhythm plugged into driving bass and a chorus of voices twisting into…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Sio

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Sio

    Greg Fenton reviews Sio – Twilight – STY TRU BTS It’s hard not to be in love with this song. While it’s likewise easy to celebrate Sio’s honeyed vocals as they drift seamlessly across the smouldering, jazzy flavours of the music as chords blend tastefully together with perfect percussion set to a low-slung tempo that…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Yard One

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Yard One

    Greg Fenton reviews Yard One – One Day – Tact Recordings What is it about One Day that makes me feel about modes of transportation? Maybe it’s the purposeful movement as grooves and rhythms feed into each other promising an end in sight. Or it’s the chiming melodic cascades of keys casting colour across it…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with NiCKY

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with NiCKY

    Greg Fenton reviews NiCKY – by – PRAH Recordings When the piano is played so eloquently such as it is here then there is nothing better. Add to that NiCKY’s resonating voice and something rather wonderful is created. I like the way the melodies are stretched, dipping into harmonious well-being while at others feeling more…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Jay Tripwire

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Jay Tripwire

    Greg Fenton reviews Jay Tripwire – Gone Insane – Either Recordings Reaching out to somewhere in between the fizzy cosmos of futuristic space and the lowdown, hard-hitting fierceness of House and brutal basslines is Gone Insane. I want to use the word Awesome here. As always the artist takes the mood and works it into…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Letters From Mouse

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Letters From Mouse

    Greg Fenton Reviews Letters From Mouse – Clota – Subexotic Records The notes gathering across Clota are reminiscent of past times although they are connected to a brooding storm of current electrical conveyance. By referencing Scottish myth and legend firmly roots the album’s original concept in the past however as the sounds roundly testify the…