Tag Archives: Introvertigo

Dan Patlansky – Perfection Kills

There’s a warmth and integrity to Dan Patlansky’s ninth studio offering Perfection Kills. A kind of confidence and assuredness that is positively infectious.  That the South African is a consummate guitar play is unquestionable but, here, it is also clear that his songwriting is keeping apace, with ten tracks of …

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Dan Patlansky interview, London, 18th April 2017

I spoke to South African Blues guitarist Dan Patlansky ahead of his UK and European tour. What’s the Blues scene like in South Africa? As you can imagine, I think Blues is a niche market anywhere in the world, so in South Africa it’s a micro-niche market.  It’s really small …

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Dan Patlansky – Introvertigo

Dan Patlansky returns with Introvertigo, the follow up to Dear Silence Thieves, which was in my top 20 albums of 2014, so expectations are high for this eagerly awaited follow up. The album opens with the hard rocking “Run.”  While not a bad song, I am expecting better, and I …

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