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Adrian Nation, Anarchy And Love. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

There is no such thing as the sane approach when dealing with the subjects of Anarchy And Love, sometimes you just have ride it out and see where the action takes you, or if you are fortunate you get to join in willingly, hold your head high and smile as the beauty inside both rages.

Both feelings state their case of destruction, both suggest that to follow the noise and conflagration of others is going to end with more than a few stories to tell; to lose your head and your heart at least once in life is to show that you have lived.

Adrian Nation, Live At Crossroads. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

The sense of wanting to belong to something hangs in the air like an unspoken memory, a thought of clarity and perspective comes through the speakers and dispels the confusion and bewilderment that comes with the fast living in which we have all become far too accustomed to, the brakes have been tampered with and each one of no longer it seems has the time to grasp the moment to breathe. Guitarist Adrian Nation winds the window down, hands you an oxygen mask and smiles as he plays and his new album Live at Crossroads is a timely reminder to see through the muck, the shattered glass and outward momentum and just take in a truth.