Tag Archives: Dan Patlansky

Dan Patlansky, Perfection Kills. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

At least in the field and expression of Art, the chase for flawlessness is sincere, for at least in the bright lights, the darkest shadows and the fullness of representation is at its most positive, it has the want to be great, not for its own sake, but to spread joy, satisfaction and contemplation of the idea at hand, the concept as a belief; for everything else, politics, love, life, relationships, the way we talk, the way we act, it is an illusion and Perfection Kills.

Dan Patlansky, Sonnova Faith. Single Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

You got to have faith, it doesn’t matter what form it takes, whether it is in the eye of a merciful deity or the extremes of a personal thought and drive, faith in what we do, in how we present it and how it will be seen by others is the drive that separates us from the those willing to knock everyone around them down just to see them suffer in the dark alongside them.

Dan Patlansky, Introvertigo. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

It doesn’t seem five minutes since Dan Patlansky was wooing a new audience with his outrageously delightful debut album, Dear Silence Thieves, but life in the modern era doesn’t allow the fortune of resting upon one’s laurels and the carefree wish of finding solitude for a while, a sort of peace in which to hit the audience again with wisely chosen words and sublime guitar is lost.

Dan Patlansky, Dear Silence Thieves. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * * *

Respect can come in many shapes and forms, some deservedly more so than others and in Dan Patlansky, respect arrives in abundance and leaves the same building swaying under the enormous adulation that has been heaped further still on the Blues guitarist from South Africa. That weighty expectation is further enhanced by the release of the stunning and outrageously gifted latest album Dear Silence Thieves.