Album review: Martin Harley - Mojo Fix
Surrey-raised guitar virtuoso Martin Harley has come up with a superb
album - part acoustic, part heavy, part experimental, but amazingly it
works an absolute treat. Harley has clearly been listening to latter-day
Tom Waits, with the album bookended by the title track and Mean Old
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City, both utilising thumping drums and rumbling bass to winning effect.
But, like Waits, Harley is keen to explore as many genres as possible.
Ballad Treading Water is a stunning composition, beautifully executed,
while Cardboard King sees Harley augmented by a string section, which
works a treat. But the highlight is the ramshackle Rum Shack, which
evokes welcome thoughts of sitting on a sun-kissed balcony out west
somewhere, supping from a tumbler of the demon spirit. It all sounds a
long way from Surrey, but Harley's travels have clearly paid major