My top three album picks for the first half of 2015 could have looked very different if I’d found this self-titled album by Marlon Williams sooner. Among the releases from January to June, DC Cardwell’s ‘Pop Art’ and Brian Wilson’s ‘No […]
From his early releases with The Unfaithful Ways and through three duo albums with fellow New Zealander Delaney Davidson, Marlon Williams has always been tagged as one to watch. Though this solo debut has been a long time coming he […]
Marlon Williams is a special talent. I first saw him live at a regional Victoria (Australia) cafe one night (2014), sharing the solo stage with a couple of up-and-coming artists, Melody Pool and Christopher Coleman. It’s fair to say I […]
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