Bettie Serveert – Pharmacy Of Love

“You could travel for a lifetime but still stay where you are,” prophetically sung Carol van Dyk on the sublime “Under The Surface” from 1992’s gangly but still loveable Bettie Serveert debut, Palomine. Although unintentional, that hook line sinker has served as a fulfilled early manifesto promise for the group. Over the best part of two … [Read more...]

Marty Willson-Piper – Nightjar

Marty Willson-Piper is known more as the guitarist for the Australian 80's band The Church than for his solo career, even though Nightjar is his 6th solo album. But instead of like a fine wine that grows better with age, it appears Willson-Piper’s music has fermented for too long and has lost some flavor. It’s not quite all sour grapes however, but … [Read more...]