Our man of Steel gets a first taste of a pair of speakers that knock his socks off, and could probably break a window or two, as well.continue reading
Peter Kearns pays tribute to Prince and his right to bear words.
Do Ronjo V miss the Mark? Kearns thinks so and elaborates in the best possible taste of course.
Kearns hears an eclectic American duo use eclecticism to arrive at their singular sound.
Gary Steel has a positive predisposition towards Tannoy loudspeakers that’s reconfirmed (and then some) by its retro-look Prestige Gold Reference series.
Peter Kearns gets the funk into his face with a new True Groove release.
Kearns longs for some good old shredding from a rock/soul class act.
Peter Kearns grapples with the lyrical perspectives of an eccentric Canadian.
Peter Kearns is enchanted by the Gimp-like visuals of Sweden’s The Lost Poets.
Peter Kearns listens to some Jim Wellman, the Dawn To Dusk album to be precise.
Here’s an album that purports to include “All of the 20th century composition techniques and styles.” Read what Peter Kearns has to say about that.