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Sunday, February 3, 2019

Adam Cooney – Sun In The Sky – EP Review

Review by T W Coombs

There is something about the early part of the year when singer/songwriters release music and it is a pleasure to introduce Adam Cooney to the Genius Babble pages.  The London based musician has released his new EP ‘Sun In The Sky’, with a folk style on cusp of Bob Dylan with some Simon and Garfunkel thrown in is a pure delight.

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Thomas Ashby - Look Up - Single Review

Review by T W Coombs

Straight from the upcoming EP 'Backlash' comes the single 'Look Up' by singer songwriter Thomas Ashby.  Ashbys music has grown over the years and he has grown in strength and talent.  This is one person and song catalogue not to miss out on.

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Salvation Jayne – Self-titled – EP Review

Review by Tom Coombs

Happy New Year to you all.  To kick the year off why not give the latest offering from Kent band Salvation Jayne as they bring you their new self-titled EP.

Sunday, December 16, 2018

Nick Lawrence - If You Don’t Know Where – EP Review

Review by Tom Coombs

The first thing is we couldn’t fit the title, well, in the title, as the full EP name is “If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going Any Road Will Take You There”, so firstly Nick you are trying kill me as not quite a roll off the tongue and hard to make some punchy word play with so many words, from now on this is known as IF, saves my typing fingers.  But the title of IF is my only problem the rest is just a big load of fun.

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Deaf Row – Buried Alive – EP Review

Review by Tom Coombs

Firstly, it is great to back reviewing here at Genius Babble after what seems like ages but was actually only a year.  And there is no better way to re-launch than with some heart pounding, mosh inducing, energised, heavy guitar riff laden rock from Kent band Deaf Row.  And due to both us and them having a hiatus then it just makes perfect sense.