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REVIEW: Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Trouble Is…25

Kenny Wayne Shepherd has reinvigorated his debut solo album, "Trouble Is..." for its 25th anniversary. "Trouble Is... 25" will be released on December 2nd, 2022, via Provogue. Check out our review here...

GALLERY: 23.10.2022 Erja Lyytinen @ Tavastia, Helsinki

Erja Lyytinen brought her entourage to Tavastia on October 23rd, 2022, to put on a spectacular performance. Check out the gallery here...

REVIEW: Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado – Navigation Blues

Thorbjorn Risager & The Black Tornado are proving time and again that Denmark can hang with the other blues greats with their new release, "Navigation Blues," out September 30th via Mascot Label Group/Provogue. Check out the review here...

REVIEW: Walter Trout – Ride

The 70-year-old legend, Walter Trout, is releasing a new album, "Ride," next week via Provogue. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Robin Trower – No More Worlds to Conquer

Guitar legend Robin Trower - known from his tenure in Procol Harum alongside his solo career - is releasing a new solo album, "No More Worlds to Conquer" next week via Provogue / Mascot Label Group. Check out our review of this bluesy album here...

REVIEW: Shaman’s Harvest – Rebelator

If you read Musicalypse back in 2017, you'd know that we loved Shaman's Harvest's most recent album. These alternative rockers are back with a new release, "Rebelator," out via Mascot Label Group on March 11th. Read our review to see how it holds up!

27.10.2021 NOEX: Noora Louhimo Experience @ YO-talo, Tampere

The Noora Louhimo Experience were able to play their first-ever live show (with an audience) at YO-talo last night! Check out our live report of this incredible show here...

Nergal’s Me and that Man Announces New Album + Releases First...

BEHEMOTH mastermind Adam "Nergal" Darski has signed a menacing pact with the devil once again, returning with dark folk/blues/Americana influenced solo project ME AND THAT...

REVIEW: Myles Kennedy – The Ides of March

Myles Kennedy's new album, "The Ies of March," is out now! Read our review here:

REVIEW: Gary Moore – How Blue Can You Get

February 6th, 2021, marked 10 years since the tragic passing of iconic Irish guitarist Gary Moore. He left behind a formidable back catalog of...

19.3.2021 NOEX: Noora Louhimo Experience Live Stream @ GLiveLab, Tampere

While you should already know Noora Louhimo's name from BATTLE BEAST, if you're like me, her crowdfunded solo album slipped under my radar until...

REVIEW: Blues Pills: Holy Moly! (Musicalypse Archive)

There is a group of Swedish rockers known for their retro style, not only for the sound but also by recording at their own...

REVIEW: Outlaws – Dixie Highway

When it comes down to Southern rock, the OUTLAWS have been of huge impact, however, the band seems to be easily neglected. While celebrating...

REVIEW: Southern Fruits – EP: Polar Night Blues

SOUTHERN FRUITS are a pretty intriguing recent musical discovery for me. They are a group of ten to twelve musicians, with a male and...

6.9.2019 Electric Monk @Semifinal, Helsinki

What do you do, when you’re up for some crunchy and groovy rock ’n roll on a Friday evening? If you were lucky enough,...

12.7.2019 Dave Lindholm @ Bar Loose, Helsinki

With a career of almost 50 years, DAVE LINDHOLM has left an indelible mark on the Finnish music scene. Even though his latest record...

13.2.2014 Ilja Jalkanen @ Praha, Helsinki (Musicalypse Archive)

The former KIUAS vocalist, Ilja Jalkanen, has given up on the metal world and decided to stick to something he’s more passionate about –...