Tag Archives: Ulaan Khol

The Best Of 2010, Not Only Over-Hyped Albums

It was another great year in music.  Again, like last year, I can’t understand those who insists that ‘nothing good happened in 2010’, annoying hipsters. It was such a diverse year, full of brilliant gems. I won’t go into charts … Continue reading

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The Four Hands Of Greg Malcolm

I first heard about Greg Malcolm, through Steven R. Smith, the man behind Hala Strana, Ulaan Khol, Thuja and Mirza. if you’re unfamiliar with these names, you should clicking those links above. Malcolm is a very unique New Zealand-based guitarist. … Continue reading

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Ulaan Khol – The Closing Chapter

The most exciting news of the week for this humble blog, is finally the release of the last part of the brilliant Ulaan Khol trilogy, by guitar/soundscape god Steven R Smith. For those who missed the last couple of episodes, … Continue reading

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