Paul Weller

PAUL WELLER’s “An Orchestrated Songbook (With Jules Buckley & The BBC Symphony Orchestra)” Reviewed

By Robert L. Ross | December 26, 2021

Every song on here; every nuance is a wonder

UK Top Ten Albums 7-17-20 – 7-23-20

By Iman Lababedi | July 17, 2020

as good as just about anything he has ever released

UK Top Ten Albums 7-10-20 – 7-16-20

By Iman Lababedi | July 10, 2020

as exciting as his album cover

The Early Bird: Top New Releases 5-8-20 – 5-14-20 Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | May 8, 2020

warm, soulful, and heartfelt


By Alyson Camus | October 22, 2017

the weekend probably belongs to The Growlers Six

Paul Weller At Music Hall of Williamsburg, Saturday, June 20th, 2015, Review

By Robert Ross | June 22, 2015

Say what you will; three-plus decades since Weller started his ascent on stage, with a band and three-plus decades later and he’s still finding new ways to make us all young and driven again. A stellar night

Stream Paul Weller Live Here At 9pm, Today, Monday, June 15th, 2015

By Iman Lababedi | June 15, 2015

Paul Weller is playing the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto today, Monday, June 15th and Yahoo will be live streaming the full concert. Watch LIVE at 9pm EST / 6pm PST exclusively on The stream will be available to view for 24 hrs.

10 Songs: Saturday, May 16th, 2015

By Iman Lababedi | May 16, 2015

Sun Goes – Paul Weller – Yee haw -Weller finds the Western in a modified reggae strut. It is an interesting without being in any way good little number. I like Weller live but on record I can’t wear the guy, call it a cultural derailment; also explaining it as to one reason UK rock doesn’t always travel: he is a creep with a bad haircut and too many crappy songs – C

UK Top 10 Albums 6-14-14

By Iman Lababedi | June 9, 2014

The Led Zeppelin remasters-deluxe editions feel like they are a little too late however great they might be; the thing is we are in the post making money through records period and while these will sell, imagine how it would have sold in 1994.

Direct Current's New Releases Thru July 2014

By Iman Lababedi | May 17, 2014

This takes us half way through the summer and it isn’t all bad. A new Imelda May is always a pleasure, Conor Oberst new songs might have sucked so far but who is to say? Miniature Tigers, Sharon Van Etten, Levon Helm is the live one we’ve deserved with any luck, but I think the two biggest will be either Manic Street Preachers or Lana Del Rey. “West Coast” is such a great song and the Manics are always excellent.

Paul Weller DIsses Record day

By Iman Lababedi | April 25, 2014

There are simple rules to this world and one is that every time an idea because an organization, the idea dies and the organization fulfils its reason for being. RSD sucks, because it isn’t what it might once have been, a free spirited get together of likeminded folks, it is a big business collectors degeneracy