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Welcome to the Genius Babbles Music Reviews page. Below you will find reviews of music from all over the world from the United Kingdom to Europe, US of A and South Africa, we have Singles, EP's, Albums and Videos and even live events.
Bringing Music to Your Ears from Artists you have never heard of.

Friday, October 6, 2017

The Raft – Coming Up For Air – EP Review

The Raft – Coming Up For Air – EP Review

Review by Steve Clyde

It has been a while since I have walked in the music shoes for Genius Babble but I found this odd gem in the we haven’t got round to pile.  Now I wanted to review this not because it is the greatest hidden EP or anything of that sort, it was more of pure potential.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

(Sneak Peak) Gallows Circus – EP – EP Review

Review by Tom Coombs

Straight out of Kent, UK comes debut so far untitled EP by Gallows Circus, a full on rock four piece band that are about to take on the world with a style of classic and modern Rock music.  You will be hooked from start to finish.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Sykoya – Lost Again – Single Review

Review by Steve Clyde

The electro indie group are back with single ‘Lost Again’ from their new album coming later in the year.

Sunday, September 3, 2017

James Holt – Whatever Happened to John? – Single Review

Review by Tom Coombs

The multi-instrumentalist from Manchester is back and he has had some serious coverage since his EP we reviewed with plays on BBC 6Music and Radio 2 with Dermot O’Leary, and he is back with his July release single ‘Whatever Happened to John?’.

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Plastic Barricades – How Goldfish Grow – Single Review

Review by Tom Coombs

A little teaser before the big even we had a listen to these winners of a few competitions including Camden’s Battle of the Bands in 2014. The North West London threesome plus one of Dan Kert on guitar, keyboards and vocals, Daniele Borgato on bass and Frazer Webster on drums. The plus one is Jonas Svendsen who recorded lead guitars for "How Goldfish Grow".  And I am unsure why they are not hitting in big.