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Gavin Sutherland, Wireless Connection. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Once the maker of A Curious Noise, now the man to whom holds the keys to the Wireless Connection; Gavin Sutherland’s sense of musical purity knows no earthly bounds. The static that others may find on their dial as they speed through the signals and the indicators of life, the crackle and the hiss as their motion is deemed to be clumsy, heavy handed and liable to pull the control off in frustration, is simply treated with elegance and grace by the man who sees Roots and Americana as a relationship worth preserving and who sees no issue with offering it to the listening public as a link in which to enjoy together.

Gavin Sutherland, A Curious Noise. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision 8.5/10

There are times in life when the feeling of the familiar is coupled almost exclusively with the feeling of retro, of returning to a state of mind which not only raises an eyebrow in the way of celebratory congratulations, it also applauds the innocence of the idea in to which the artist has offered up to the audience.