Reviews

Piss, Vinegar, pith and swagger from Tiny and Co.....

..the true centrepiece is Tiny Wood's autobiographical suite, Blue Remembered Hills...

Ultrasound display an intriguing range of influences that set them apart from their contemporaries......

No question, Ultrasound are carving a very nice late-career niche out for themselves.....

The truth – unedited, unmasked

 

"Tiny waits on a rug of words, scattered, smoking, filling up on polychromes before slicing in with his own version of guitar playing. The room no longer feels shit, we are alive, connected and one. From “Blue Remembered Hills” to “Soul Girl” and “No Mans Land” an incredible new library of music is birthed from Ultrasound, the seed of Mother Universe channeled through 5 people struggling with life on earth...."

something that should outlive us all

"From “No Man’s Land”, triggered by the 80s post nuclear drama Threads, with musical nods to both Pere Ubu and even Jethro Tull, to the single “Kon-Tiki”, whose guitars burst fresh from the cupboards of the late 1990s, to “Soul Girl”, Vanessa’s first ever penned contribution to an Ultrasound album, a motorik, affirmative celebration of a force that will not be denied, to “Asylum”, with its vivid, musty fragrance’s of the provinces, Real Britannia is an album that straddles the styles of the late 20th century decades, from segmented Prog to Chicks On Speed-style raw, minimal pop. “It helps the fact that we’re all different ages,” says Tiny. “We all bring something different to the table.” .....

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