Journal

  • 'Reality' Doesn't Bite After All

    10 Nov 2010, 23:07 by CrybKeeper

    Just got my advance copy of Woolgather bands second CD, titled Programmes ll - The Reality Principle.

    Casey and the guys have went with a little different sound on some of the new songs. Don't let that worry you though; the songs simply have more energy, with a clear and recognizable Woolgather sound. It's immediately obvious, the guys have grown musically and spiritually, giving Woolgather a more mature and even more enjoyable sound. The new album will be available to the public on November 30, 2010, so save your dollars and euros Woolgather fans, because this one is essential, a must have CD in any progressive rock, music collection.

    Programmes ll contains 7 tracks in total, ranging from 3 minutes to 9 minutes in length. I will be reviewing just a few here, so as not to spoil the whole experience for everyone reading this. Want you to be pleasantly surprised, as I am sure you will be.

    The Kite, has a slightly faster rhythm than what we fans are used to on Programmes l, with hauntingly beautiful vocals…
  • Christmas & New Year 2009/2010.

    28 Oct 2009, 21:27 by vjsupersaint

    OK so first of all I'm just checking. To see if you're all alive & well out there.

    Are you knackered with just 10 days to go until Christmas?

    OK well those of you that have also joined us in Unsigned Christmas. Will know that we now have 17 very fine tracks there to listen to until January .

    But for those of us here in The UK. This is the one we want to chart. this coming Sunday. Here is my unilaterally copied message to everyone.

    OK well everyone seems to be backing something or someone. For a real XFactor alternative UK Christmas #1 this year. So here's my tip Please follow the link. And then click on the top line. That will take you through to ITunes where you can buy this. http://www.cliffmas.co.uk/ OK so it's a pop song. But at least it's real. By real people. Those being Detox Cute And The Beauty Junkies from Brighton. And it's an original composition by the pair of Popsters themselves. And not some rip-off song that has already been flogged to death. By the so-called popular radio stations. …