Insider Gossip
  Monthly Hot Picks
  Book Reviews
  CD Reviews
  Concert Reviews
  DVD Reviews
  Game Reviews
  Movie Reviews
  Jeffrey Reddick (Director - Dont Look Back)
  Amanda Seyfried (Mank)
  Eddie Izzard (Six Minutes to Midnight)
  The Home of WAXEN WARES Candles!
  Angelina Jolie (Those Who Wish Me Dead)
  Check Out Anne Carlini Productions Now!!
  David Chase (Creator, ‘The Many Saints of Newark’)
  NEW! Crystal Gayle
  NEW! Chez Kane
  Anthony Hopkins (The Father)
  MTU Hypnosis
  NEW! Ellen Foley (2021)
  NEW! Doogie White (2021)
  Michigan Siding Company for ALL Your Outdoor Needs

Cherry Pop

Title - 'Silverfade'
Artist - The Dreaming Tree

For those not in the know, The Dreaming Tree are a UK based alt-rock group with progressive leanings, who have just released their highly-anticipated new album, Silverfade via their very own Bombsite Productions label. Their first new release since 2010's well received Progress Has No Patience, it takes all that was great about that album and marries it to a more aggressive edge for the new album.

Their fourth album now, Silverfade's songs have an awful lot of care and attention to their creation. You can just sense the time and devotion that has gone into their writing and recording, the finished body of work a testament to a fully realized musical entity. Collectively an album of songs that have a lyrical theme of beginnings and ends, such as the small, personal microscopic things like relationships, through to the beginnings and ends of race and species, up to the beginning and end of the universe, Silverfade is one impressive album!

1. 'Yesterdays Tomorrow' 2. 'Heart Shaped Bruises' 3. 'Yours To Find' 4. 'Forever Not Forever' 5. 'Cherry Winters' 6. 'Autumn Haze' 7. 'Higgs' 8. 'Jaded Summer Long' 9. 'Every Minute Lost' 10. 'Loose It Off' 11. 'Song In 7' 12. 'The Ocean' 13. 'Kosovo' 14. 'Zero To Type One'

From the off, the thrashing guitars of 'Yesterday's Tomorrow' and 'Heart Shaped Bruises' allow us into the minds of The Dreaming Tree, and their subtle, but highly orchestrated musical change of direction for Silverfade. The beautiful sonic sounds, that give way to heavy guitars of 'Forever Not Forever,' combined with the pop / jazz bounce of 'Cherry Winters' also serve to remind us that this album isn't all about heavy guitars. I mean, with lyrics like "She coils like a burning paper tiger", are as lyrically finished as they come and that truly encompasses the entire album's wealth of depth.