Jonathan Brokenbrow

Articles by Jonathan Brokenbrow

Flowers Must Die – Sista Valsen EP

This EP only contains four tracks but on each one the band explore the sonic reaches of rock, producing a genuinely rich and textured release that raises the bar very high for psychedelia. By Jonny Brokenbrow

Mild High Club – Skiptracing

The record shows that Brettin has developed his own style that is progressive and interesting in the world of indie pop and one that definitely sets him apart from his peers. By Jonny Brokenbrow

Peter Broderick – Partners

It is an album that is characteristic of Broderick’s previous works with enough artistic developments and changes in musical direction to provide an enjoyable listening experience to fans of classical compositions as well as those wishing to purely lose themselves in beautiful sounds. By Jonny Brokenbrow

Svvamp – Svvamp

If you are a fan of mid 60s to late 70s classic rock then you would be hard pressed not to like this album. – By Jonny Brokenbrow


At its bones this is a jazz album; it is an exciting, passionate and progressive sound within modern jazz and the addition of guest vocalists means that it has an accessibility that is often lacking in jazz music. Continuing to perfect their sound BBNG has created an album that improves listen after listen. By Jonny Brokenbrow

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