Showing posts from January, 2019

Abbie and The Roses- All This Time ( Single Review)

Words were written by Anselm Anderson ( Rockstarpoet) Abbie and The Roses are an exciting new British band that has steadily forged a following through intimate shows and sessions on both sides of the Atlantic. The band is led by the charismatic charms of one  Abbie Rose,   who introduces the band's debut single " All This Time " a self- produced and self- penned single, mixed by Geoff Swan  (  Liam Gallagher ,  Kings Of Leon ) amongst many more. The track is a self- reflection after the breakup of a toxic relationship, it has been described as " an anthem of empowerment for building strength and moving on   " I feel this is testament upon first listen of this powerful track. Abbie Roses' voice is rich with warmth and raw emotion as she takes centre stage in this personal performance of moving on. Her voice grows with the music as the listener can identify with the pain she feels. The upbeats in acoustic guitar and electronic beats accentuate

Dee Jazzaz- Interview

Interview conducted by Anselm Anderson As the author of Rockstarblogs, I always felt it was an assumption to just write reviews from the best in unsigned music today. However, every blog and writer needs to evolve, so I'm very privileged to introduce my first interview to this ever-evolving music blog. The recipient of this award is    Dee Jazazz  a talented Jazz/blues singer-songwriter from New Zealand. Dee has previously released an EP " Moment of  Love" and is set to release her follow up " Loves Me, Loves Me Not" later this year. I was first intrigued when I listened to Dee's latest single   Lose My Number , a powerful and emotional soul song that has similarities to great singers like Janis Joplin and Ella Fitzgerald.   I spoke to Dee about her new album, life as a vocal coach, who her key influences are, what makes a good singer, and her Bachelor's degree in Contemporary Music. 1)Good morning Dee, could you introduce yourself to reader

Michael Mills band- Artist Review

Words were written by Anselm Anderson The Michael Mills band   are a Blues based unit from   Huntington Beach, California   that has developed a sound that combines r'n' b soul, funk, and blues to create the ingredients for a cocktail of emotional lyrics and heartwarming music. Mills is joined in the band with some of the best musicians he could find, which include the talents of drummer Ron Ravicchio, bassist Scott Campbell and guitarist Jesse Godoy. The band describes themselves as " a guitar- based band that likes to " dig in" on every song "   which is testament with the examples I'll be exploring.  The quintet is currently recording a new album, which is due for release in February 2019. Meanwhile, I'll whet the appetite of any blues aficionados that may be reading this article with a review of a few tracks they have previously recorded. The idea is to introduce you ( the reader) to a new band and let you have an idea what they are abo

The Big Dirty- Pheromone- Single Review

words were written by Anselm Anderson The Big Dirty is a hard rock act from Northampton, England, respectfully tipping paying homage to '70s and 80's classic rock and heavy metal. The band consists of lead singer James Shaw, Bassist James Cutler, drummer Dave Quigley, and guitarist Chris Datson. The quintet has gradually forged a notorious reputation for memorable tunes and their live shows that feature onstage exploits like firing whiskey out of pistols, cross-dressing, and the odd streaker. The Big Dirty has appeared on the BBC Radio, including an appearance on Radio 6's Huey Morgan Music Show , as well as headlining notable venues in London. The band now release newest single " Pheromone ," their latest from mini album S ex Rock City . A heady concoction of fist-pumping, gritty rock that will truly shake your foundations that starts off with a powerful groove induced riff that instantly hooks the listener into full throttle mode before the introductio