"West Coast Toast" heralds the arrival of Mitch Kashmar’s long-awaited third studio album from Delta Groove. Although fans had the live recording "Live at Labatt" (2008) and a CD reissue of his early ’80s era LP "100 Miles to Go" (2010) to tide them over, it’s been ten years since his last full studio effort, "Wake Up & Worry" (2006). This time out, Mitch pays tribute to his legacy, tipping his musical hat to the unique sounds of West Coast blues with a program of well-chosen covers mixed in with his own original compositions, all filtered through his own individualistic approach to the blues, and distilled down into the essence of what the blues is today. Along the way, Mitch Kashmar, together with the stellar backing musicianship of Junior Watson (guitar), Fred Kaplan (piano), Bill Stuve (bass) and Marty Dodson (drums), ably proves that the golden era of West Coast blues harmonica isn’t behind us – it’s still happening right now!
It's been over 15 years since their last full album, but Go West proves they still have it with their new release FUTURENOW. The duo of Peter Cox and Richard Drummie have a string of hit singles to their name ("We Close Our Eyes", "Faithful", and "The King of Wishful Thinking" to name a few), but their albums have been uneven collections of pop, blue-eyed soul, and jazz infuences that made it hard to really invest yourself in the band.