(Here’s another edition of Andy Synn‘s continuing series focused on the review of records recently released by bands from his native land.)
Isn’t it great when things just kind of… line up on their own?
Case in point, just last week I was thinking that it was about time to put together another edition of “The Best of British”, especially with new albums from both Scordatura and Svalbard on the horizon.
But, here’s the rub, I didn’t have a third band lined up to round out the article. That is until a passing comment clued me into the fact that Scottish Post-Sludge trio Bosphorus were also set to release their long-gestating debut album this Friday, making for a killer triumvirate of new records all scheduled to come out on the same day.
Like I said at the start – isn’t it great when stuff just falls into place? Continue reading »