Vinyl Burns & The Flavour Of Yesterday - Review Here
A truely unique and genreless musician, Vinyl Burns, and
his band "The Flavour of Yesterday" are from a long
Fresh from a second sellout season of "The Chit Chat
Lounge" at Wellington's Paramount Theatre, they've still
found time to release these two gems from the forthcoming
album "Can't stop fogetting again"
Coming songs may include "they're all over me again",
"brushed all over" and "fire in the saddle".
The Dominion Post's Music critic Simon Sweetman says...
"A unique listening experience..."
"Old-school meets new-school, guitars circling..."
"He is an International Mystery Man"
"...mixes ribald intentions with sentimental balladry. Often in the same tune. Sometimes within the same line within a song."
"Toasting... boasting... a troubadour - setting up a fiery groove that smoulders then flickers then envelops the tune."
"Burns manages the innovation of commenting over his own lyrics, essentially reviewing himself..."
"I Can't Stop Forgetting is an album to remember."
Read the full review and comments HERE
What Other People Say
"There's a fine line between 1 and 5 stars"
- Stu as Stu
"Weaves a story of mystical times, hinting at the darkness to come, indeed, the "evil" of futurist corporate politics, but with a tip of the hat to the pleasant immediacies of the "pre-evil" times"
"Mr Burns That is the best review (and writing!) that has ever appeared on this blog."
- Loveyourwork, stuff.co.nz
"Vinyl Burns for MAYOR!"
- Edward Jupiter Juice
(Local Body candidate)
"All of it. Highly entertaining :)"
- Kirsty, stuff.co.nz
"VB for prime-minister. love your work and I got all the layers and your songs touch me deeply, in places I have not been touched before."
- Jax, stuff.co.nz
"That video for medieval times is so funny. What a dancer. Charisma, Charm and good looks. Vinyl is my medieval knight :-)"
- Dawn Johns