Two of my songs were featured on The Minstral Show‘s The Evolution of Progressive Music. There’s some incredible music there by Rick Miller, Dark Beauty, Josh Garrels Music and even a Pink Floyd cover by Jen Gloeckner.
John Basso kindly featured my song Scapegoat in his Tunecast Podcast. It’s nice to be compared to Danny Elfman‘s Tim Burton film soundtracks again.
A big thanks to King Minion for including another song of mine on his King Minion Music Podcast. Also featured was great music by Starling, Elizabeth Geyer, Sven Fredheim & Emily Davis and the Open Road.
Russell Auty has continued to show stellar support for my music in another episode of the Bonzo International Music Show.
The folks over at Crunch Radio have been playing my music on their station which is based in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania.
Lawrence Atkinson also included my music on his show on Radio Northern Beaches in Sydney.
Peter Renzullo featured my song Underground in his Close to Nowhere broadcast alongside great music by Hot English, Minute 36 & Youth Sounds Music among others.
Jody from Castle Rock with Goldie Trapp was nice enough to play my music on Radio Sherborne on Sunday April 8th. Her show is on at 10pm (Sherborne UK time) which is 7am Monday here in Australia in case you feel like tuning in.
Martin at radiorockuk kindly added my song Scapegoat to their playlist. http://www.radiorockuk.com/playlist.html
Robert Galgano has been continuing to play my music on All Over The Place Radio. http://www.aotpradio.com/
Mr Atavist featured my song Malice in his Sunrise Ocean Bender radio show. Luckily he records his shows and posts them online as podcasts too. That particular episode is called “They’ll soon forget the field in which you lie”. You can find it at:
I went over to his wordpress blog and subsequently stumbled onto a review he wrote of my album ‘Scary Poppins’. Here’s a couple of highlights:
“Touches of the fragile detachment of Radiohead and a spectrum of dramatic emotion all take up residence under an ominous sky.”
“Galagher drives the narrative with a deep fret in his voice that has quiver and allure that reminds me of Chris Connelly, working his own ruminations on outings like Largo or under the guise of The Bells. Of course that leads right to Bowie, who also comes to mind from the vocals to some of the dramatic flare.”
You can read the whole review at:
There have been a number of bloggers and radio presenters who have been nice enough to feature or review my music in their Music Blogs and radio shows:
Magnus Reimer wrote about The Mad Pride in his The Music Quack blog. He stated that “Musical influences can be heard from David Bowie, Erik Satie and perhaps some classic Sisters of Mercy, but really none of those names can define him.” Isn’t that nice!
Hailing from Toronto, Canada, David Marskell featured Scary Poppins in his The Indie Machine music blog. He also has an online radio show on Fusion Radio and Indie Love Radio.
Kat Mahina referred to my music as “outsider music with a startling honesty and grace” in her ‘Hot Men Look Hotter In Skinny Jeans’ blog.
Arran Reader posted about my music in his Polar Sunspots music blog saying “this is some seriously great music, and hard to pin down without giving it a listen”.
Russell Auty included my music in his Bonzo Record Show. He started by showcasing music from the Milton Keynes area in the UK but he recently expanded his brief to include international Indie Rock, Alternative Rock and Folk bands/artists as well.
There are also some radio stations who have been supporting my music such as XChamberRadio, Radio Globus, Party 934 Now, Backyard Party Radio & Russian Gothic Radio.