Salvatore today managed to have a chat with RYU, formerly leader and vocalist of the traditional Japanese Rock band OROCHI, that since disbanding after 15 years, started his solo project in 2019 called SOMEI YOSHINO.
Ronon's Reviews is a small independent music website where we, only four of us active at the moment, cover talented up and coming artists and bands (not to mention all the work the behind the scenes!), and while we'd absolutely LOVE to review and/or interview each one that we get excited about, we have a difficult time squeezing everybody in... Enter this new column!
We might not have the time to do a full blown piece on everybody, but we sure can share with you, once a month, the 10 musicians we find worthy of being noticed by the whole wide world!
Glam Rock demystification.
As an antidote to pretentious Rock, this Crack-Rock band is such an original, amusing parody that plays with the demystification of the glamorous ‘Rockstar’ image.
Sweet Dark Garage!
I still remember that day when I went to New River Studios to see some crazy brilliant guys that once ago caught my eye in another London music venue.
Dan (drummer), Steve (guitar), Alex (synth), Els (bass) and Jaz (songwriter and singer) are the main components who make up Enter the Graves: an old-school Garage Rock band that will not leave you indifferent.
Coronavirus needs to fuck off so I can see these girls and guys live!
It was only in the later stages of last year that I realised that Billie Eilish had taken over the world, and if I had any doubts, they were gone once she won triple j's Hottest 100 with 'Bad Guy'. I can't deny it's a catchy tune, but as usual, I've found a better version, this time from the Spanish based band: Ankor.