Lynne Martin – Texturas

Genre: RockReleased: Nov 2018Reviewed by: Benedict Roff-Marsh Lynne Martin is from Barcelona Spain. After that I start having to rely on Google Translate: “Textures” is gestated and molded in Berlin in a period of two years. Each texture is transformed into a song creating a different skin that changes over time. At the end, it ends […]

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Daughters – You Won’t Get What You Want

Genre: RockReleased: Oct 2018Reviewed by: Benedict Roff-Marsh The Band  & Album names alone got me to try this. Initially I wasn’t so sure on the cover, but on closer inspection it is a very interesting painting. But we’re not here about painting. We wanna Rock! OMG, this takes me back. Back to when Rock acts were […]

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Colin Self – Siblings

Genre: Ummm Released: Nov 2018 Reviewed by: Benedict Roff-Marsh Colin Self’s “Siblings” is one of the few times I am totally stumped as to how to classify a musical work. This isn’t because it is the weirdest record I have ever heard, not by a long shot, but because of the breadth of material and the styles that […]

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KRULL – The Black Coast

Genre: Heavy Metal Released: April 2018 Reviewed by: Benedict Roff-Marsh I like Metal (as I’m sure any UP reader knows) and I have covered lots of other things recently, even Pop! So time to go home so to speak. I did a quick whip around and shortlisted two records. The first was the new Silver Talon record “Becoming […]

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Nica – Tangents

Genre: Pop Released: Oct 2018 Reviewed by: Benedict Roff-Marsh Unigon Plane is 7 months old now and this is the first time I have felt that I could review a Pop record. I love Pop. I grew up in an era of great Pop, the early 80’s. I also loved DJing in 1998 with Spice Girls, Aqua, Cher… […]

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Xavier Boscher – Eternity

Genre: Progressive Rock Released: Oct 2018 Reviewed by: Benedict Roff-Marsh Xavier Bosher is a French guitarist and composer of music in the Progressive Rock space, with definite shades of Metal. His press photos show a propensity for staring into space whilst holding one of the pretty PMC guitars he seems to be sponsored by. The cover for “Eternity” […]

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M. S. Lawson – Claire Takes On the Galaxy

Genre: Science Fiction Released: September 2018 Reviewed by: Jane Stockwell Back in May, we reviewed “A Planet For Emily” by M. S. Lawson, a fun science fiction story set in a dystopian future.  Mark has clearly been busy and has just released his second sci-fi story, “Claire Takes On The Galaxy”. Set in a completely different […]

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Tashi Wada with Yoshi Wada & Friends – Nue

Genre: Avant-Garde Released: September 2018 Reviewed by: Benedict Roff-Marsh When I was sent this I had absolutely no idea who Tashi or Yoshi Wada are. Not the foggiest. The work was clearly Avant-Garde and I wasn’t super keen as I had just bailed on a couple of similar looking things that ended up sounding like drunken mice around […]

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T. W. Piperbrook – Sandstorm

Genre: Science Fiction Released: June 2018 Reviewed by: Jane Stockwell I truly had high hopes for this book.  It started well, with interesting elements of Frank Herbert’s Dune apparent from the get-go.  But my enjoyment of the book was cut short as the anticipated exciting climax got pushed into the as yet unpublished sequel. I don’t know […]

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