Tag Archives: Will Varley

Will Varley, Spirit Of Minnie. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

If there is no sense of the immediate in this fast paced world, no look of the instant result or abrupt hook, then it tends to be dismissed, for many people it has no relevance, a word bandied about by those often with no patience or no desire to look beyond their own worlds and experience, the dots not connected, the links not forged, the immediate has become a god of words signifying very little, and in the same way as the phrase “good for the economy” has come to imply that nothing else matters but this ravenous giant, so too does immediate spell the doom for the gentle carousal of building interest to be found in the form of painted imagery.

Will Varley, Kingsdown Sundown. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

The world has not just gone mad, it is barely holding on to its fragile sanity, the cracks have well and truly appeared and there are many to whom the natural symbiosis of humanity and compassion has taken leave, they shout as all tyrants do of conquer and borders but they have no idea of the history in which they dismantle, of the destruction wrought in their name and yet they keep demanding to have the country or their planet back.