Matthew Robb

From the blog

RnR Magazine

“Hobo thumb tripping and outlaw blues. Matthew Robb is hunting authenticity beat but not yet beaten, in a place of thieves, vagabonds, old dirt roads and restless dreams”  *****  

Uncut Magazine

“Musically he occupies the borderland between the talking blues of Townes Van Zandt and the folk excursions of early Dylan.  ……… a beautifully weighted meditation on death which transcends it’s generic architecture” Uncut Magazine

folking.com review

“As modern as it is historical, understated, stark, extraordinarily powerful in its simplicity. Spirit in the form takes us to a place which is early blues mixed with Jacobean tragedy”
folking.com

Liverpool Sound and Vision Review

“Spirit in the Form is a gripping album, one of passion, rightly delivered and with the mark of absolute character” http://www.liverpoolsoundandvision.co.uk/2017/11/18/matthew-robb-spirit-in-the-form-album-review/

Flyin Shoes Review

“So sweet the guitar work, and with his voice possessing characteristics of a traveller   from a Woody Guthrie story, or someone from a John Steinbeck novel there’s a rare beauty within.   Like a good many others worth their salt his music grows on you”   http://flyinshoes.ning.com/profiles/blogs/matthew-robb-spirit-in-the-form-wabisabi-music-1?xg_source=activity

Folker review “Matthew Robb – Spirit in the form”

the songpoet speaks to the disillusionment of people living amongst the greed, procrastination and general malaise of a materialistic society   Manche Alben müssen lange reifen. Fast dreißig Jahre macht der in Köln lebende englische Singer/Songwriter bereits Musik. Doch erst jetzt, mit 48, veröffentlicht er seine erste Platte. Aber das Warten[…]