By Jordan Mooney.
Every so often you can come across an incredible album by happy coincidence. It’s a rare but delightful occurrence, and since I started writing about my interests (these being the usual things such as music, animation, film..um…Victorian Folklore…) it’s becoming increasingly common.
It’s under these circumstances I came across a delightful band that dubs itself, and I quote here, “Garage rock, gypsy jazz, sexual over-excitement, Violence and Torch Song Piano”. If that’s not a winning combination, I don’t know what is.
I found Lazarus and the Plane Crash while researching a study about the Victorian demon and terrifying, bouncing, screaming chunk of 1800s folklore, Spring Heeled Jack...Read More