ALBUM REVIEW: Public Memory – Wuthering Drum

Here’s a piece I wrote for Vulture Hound a little while back. Find it on the site here:

Sometimes music mesmerises the listener. Sometimes it’s a little unsettling. Through the moniker of Public Memory, Robert Toher launches you into a spooky realm of both of these things. Recorded at a time that Toher momentarily lived in Los Angeles, new album Wuthering Drum explores renewal – perhaps being born again, or just simply going through changes.

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