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Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 21

Back when I was a kid watching someone on Top of the Pops, an oft-heard refrain from one or other parent was “he’s on drugs” or “do you call that music?” Now that I am older than my parents were when they uttered those phrases, do we end up sounding like our parents? The short […]

Release: Atmosphere Southsiders

Due out May 6, the first leak from “Southsiders” is here…Tell us what you think… Tracklisting (sourced by 1. Camera Thief 2. Arthur’s Song 3. The World Might Not Live Through The Night 4. Star Shaped Heart 5. I Love You Like A Brother 6. Southsiders 7. Bitter 8. Mrs. Interpret 9. Fortunate 10. […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 20

There are occasions when I have been very specific about which particular version by an artist is included in the list. In most cases, that is because there is a live version which surpasses the original. That is not to say the original was poor, but merely that the live performance was superior. On a […]

Meme: Plumbers or Musicians?

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 19

There is a word which every music critic in the history of music criticism will use at least once. No matter how hard you strive to avoid it, that word will keep popping up and you will be forced to confront it. You will consult a thesaurus to try to identify alternatives, but in the […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 18

One consequence of not having LP album covers any more is that I find myself unable to recite the lyrics of many of my favourite songs which date from after the demise of the vinyl LP. This is a direct consequence of not having the lyrics printed on the inside sleeve, as was so often […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 17

Call me old-fashioned, but I still have a predeliction for albums and do not consider myself actually owning a piece of music unless I can pick it up in my hands and look at it. Of course, though I have more CD albums now than vinyl ones, I have many singles and EP’s for there […]

Video Of The Week: Phil Lewis – “Imprisoned”

My good friend from across the pond, singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Phil Lewis recently released the video from the lead track of his new EP (review here) “Age Of Nothing”. The track is titled “Imprisoned” and the video is quite emblematic of the lyrics…and it even features a little doll-on-doll action! Can’t beat that. Damn good track, too. […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 16

My advanced age has allowed me to live through some of the most turbulent times of modern popular music. When I first started buying albums, rock and roll was not 20 years old and most of the pioneers were not only still alive but still relatively young. Mick Jagger was still being busted for drugs […]

Releases: Chain Gang of 1974

With the release of The Chain Gang of 1974’s new album Daydream Forever (Warner Bros) less than a week away, Spotify is offering up the exclusive first listen of the album through The Drop. All week, fans can enjoy exclusive content from the band including a full album stream, behind-the-scenes photos from the album cover […]

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