We're not big fans of downloads here at G7HQ, but we also understand that some people like the convenience. Not as cumbersome as vinyl maybe, but not as beautiful and definitely don't sound as good! But if you want really downloads of the latest album here's a link...
- "one of the summer's best under-the-radar releases"
- With a catchy set of tunes, (driven by the sort of melodies Noel Gallagher would love to have written), plenty of bah-bah-bahs in the backing vocals, acoustic textures and vintage Mellotron upping the soft-psych quota, it's one of the summer's best under-the-radar releases. [Read More...]
- It's pure, authentic psychedelic pop
- if you like really good, dynamic songs, incisive organ lines, bouncing
Mellotron, fat, dripping bass, rip snorting guitars, wasp-in-a-tin guitars, expressive drums and tight harmonies in widescreen stereo you should probably grab a copy of this. It's a proper record.
- "... a very invigorating potion..."
- Somehow'' False Memory Lane'' tends towards a certain timelessness popistique, outside lights hypes and other flaws. Cosmic energy and that is a very invigorating potion to keep your head in the stars. [Read More...]
- '.....the real deal and the Galileo 7 has an honesty and directness that can't be fudged.'
- Crockford's songs, and the conviction of his performances are the key elements here though - these aren't the tentative doodlings of a sideman, but the confident outpourings of a born frontman who has had the grace and humility to allow others their time in the limelight before claiming his own moment or two. Top band too, with the Higher State's Mole on bass and great vintage organwork from Viv Bonsel providing able support. [Read More...]
- a remarkably vibrant collection of tunes
- The songs are short, sweet and full of granny glassed psychedelic touches. â€˜Youâ€™re Not Dreamingâ€™ is a perfect example of their oeuvre, one part Dukes of Stratosphear, one part Strawberry Alarm Clock and full of Barrett-esque melody. [Read More...]