Tag Archives: reggae

ALBUM REVIEW: Days Go By (The Offspring)

25 Jun

‘Days Go By’, as a track title, holds high hopes for the Offspring’s ninth studio album – it seemed to imply that the band were aware that they, as middle-aged rockers, should maybe move on from nostalgia punk for teens. That maybe their music should mature, and grow. There are hints of where they came so close – before sadly falling short over and over again.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Joshua to Jashwa – 30 Years in the Wilderness (Joshua Moses)

19 Apr

The fact that Bristol has a long history of a reggae scene is surprising enough – it’s rather less surprising to discover that it’s been sadly neglected for a while. Joshua Moses’ album – 30 Years In The Wilderness – is one of those previously forgotten collections. So much so, in fact, that Moses had kept no tapes of any of his recordings. 30 Years is a product of detective work – digging up old tapes and material, the majority of which hasn’t been heard before. 

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