South Australian Music Hall Of Fame inductee Gwyn Ashton has released a new promotional video for 'I Guess That's What They Call Love', lifted from his highly acclaimed album, 'Solo Elektro'. Set to an Adams Family theme, this is another high quality song from 'Solo Elektro', an album that has seen the Aussie axeman reinvent … Continue reading Gwyn Ashton releases ‘I Guess That’s What They Call Love’ video
“A post psychedelic Phil Spector style wall of sound. Solo Elektro flies the flag for a psychedelic indie blues artist who is only truly happy when he finds new exciting outlets for his oeuvre. It’s an album shot through with raw, brash, kick ass stoner rock with a blues heart' - Pete Feenstra - ‘Get … Continue reading What’s The Rockbrat Listening To Today? GWYN ASHTON – SOLO ELEKTRO (2017)
I was reading a recent communiqué by Dennis Val, guitar player with one of Sydney’s better rock bands, Love Child, in which he was talking about the lack of Australian artists on radio, and how hard it is to get original Australian guitar rock heard on the airwaves nowadays. It got me thinking not just … Continue reading Rockbrat Wonders: Where Is The Next Generation Of Australian Rock Fans ?
Rajas, Jugs and Mojo Hands is the new album from the Australia’s best guitar player Gwyn Ashton (sorry Tommy, sorry Phil – I still love ya both) and is a collaborative effort between Gwyn, long-time friend and musical mentor Chris Finnen, and stalwart Peter Beulke on bass. Finnen has shared the stage with some of … Continue reading What’s The Rockbrat Listening To Today? GWYN ASHTON, CHRIS FINNEN & PETER BEULKE – Ragas, Jugs & Mojo Hands (2016)
Gwyn Ashton is a musician who is revered by his peers. He has hordes of appreciative fans (mainly scattered throughout Europe), and has had his fair share of accolades placed upon him over the years – bestowing his prowess and originality as a guitar player. Original ? You bet. Master craftsman of his instrument ? … Continue reading Rockbrat Wonders: Why Gwyn Ashton Is Not A Household Name?