Musical Moron
Musical Moron

Uncharted Territory

 

This is the area of the website reserved for the thousands, if not millions, of artists who are currently grafting to make music, waiting for their big break.

 

I would like to hear from any of these artists who has an album (once again I must stress, not an EP) and would like to have it reviewed on the website. I can't promise I'm going to love your music but I can promise, if your album is selected, that it will be listened to and reviewed with the same dedication as everything else on the site. I'll even make sure it gets its own Review Haiku.

 

If you would be interested in putting your album forward to be weighed and measured, please contact me via @MusicalMoronUK on Twitter, facebook.com/MusicalMoronUK or jdkeating@musicalmoron.co.uk with details of how I can listen to your work.

 

I look forward to hearing from you.

 

 

November

Various Artists - This Was The Sound Of Sugar Town

You've heard the future, now take a dip into Bury St Edmunds' past with this delightful East Anglian retrospective...

 

 

COMING SOON!

COMING SOON!

 

 

September

Intastella - The Rise And Fall Of A Northern Dubstar

Introducing Manchester band Intastella and their fourth studio album, a cautionary tale rooted in truth about the perils of life in the spotlight...

 

 

The Moods - Missing Peace

Our second Manchester band of the month are ten piece The Moods with their intensely political second studio album...

 

 

 

Summer

TW Walsh - Terrible Freedom

Introducing Bostonian TW Walsh with his fourth album Terrible Freedom, a state of the nation commentary with deep 80s roots...

 

 

 

Hafdís Huld - Dare To Dream Small

Following on from a number of popular acts with Icelandic roots, allow me to introduce you to the latest 1 in 400,000 musician that will dazzle you with her musical brilliance...

 

 

Various Artists - This Is The Sound Of Sugar Town, Vol. 2

If you thought Bury St Edmunds was all beer and sugar, think again. Take a journey through the town's rich musical tapestry and see the Suffolk bands shooting for the stars...

 

 

 

June

Vince Ripper And The Rodent Show - Planet Shockorama

Introducing Vince Ripper And The Rodent Show as they take us on a trip to the stars via the 'dark, swampy wastelands of Blackpool'...

 

Paul K - Omertà

Join Paul K as he plays you the soundtrack to a movie you didn't even know existed... because it doesn't...

 

 

 

April

Alun Parry - Freedom Rider

Introducing Liverpool's Alun Parry and his fourth studio album, Freedom Rider - an Americana-infused social commentary that will educate and entertain in equal measure...

 

 

Shinobi Ninja - Bless Up

Time for our first 'Uncharted Territory Revisited' as we catch up with Brooklyn's finest, Shinobi Ninja and their fourth studio album, Bless Up...

 

 

March

Helene Greenwood - Exquisitely Hopeless

Introducing Helene Greenwood, a London based singer-songwriter and her second album Exquisitely Hopeless, a dreamlike wander through modern life...

 

 

Laptop Philharmonic - CRANIOTOMY

Introducing Laptop Philharmonic and his debut album CRANIOTOMY, an exploration of the feelings and emotions that surrounded him when confronted with life-threatening brain surgery...

 

 

Abel Raise The Cain - For Strangers Only

Introducing Teesside seven piece Abel Raise The Cain and their ethereal debut album For Strangers Only...

 

 

February

Silver Story - Minores Lumina

St Helens rockers Silver Story are on the verge of releasing the conclusion to their 2014 album Cold Street Lights. We take a look at both albums and see the band's story so far...

 

Greg Larkin - An Ecstatic Lightening Of Strange Birds

Think you've heard someone play the guitar before? Manchester's Greg Larkin will happily show you that you have never heard anyone play the guitar quite like this before...

 

January

Shinobi Ninja - Rock Hood

 

Introducing you to Brooklyn based rockers Shinobi Ninja. We are focussing on their 2011 album Rock Hood. Let us (and them) know what you think...

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