SINGLE REVIEW: Wimborne groove rockers Clams almost smash it out the park with their second comeback single ‘Worn & Torn’

“[Worn & Torn is] a riff Ritchie Blackmore wishes he wrote.” Dorset local legends Clams, recently reborn, and re-energised with a couple of new members, cement their return to action with a second single from their forthcoming EP The Road To Stone Lane. Following on from the swaggering Creedence-esque boogie of Come Back home, Worn And Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW – Rock heavy weights Clams return to ‘Come Back Home’

After receiving praise and attention from the likes of Audioslave, Smashing Pumpkins, Kerrang and Metal Hammer in the 00’s we have a feeling the return of Clams will not disappoint in 2020 and the new album is set to be a big one! Come Back Home is rock and roll done right with catchy riffs, Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: The Black Keys ‘Lets Rock’; A Title as Bold and Brazen as the Album Itself

  “Lets Rock is the sound of The Black Keys at their best, creatively fulfilled with other projects whilst leaving their best for America’s much-loved duo.” When one of America’s most respected blues-rock bands announces after 5 years they’re releasing a new album it’s met with excitement and fear; it’s well documented that the pair Continue Reading