By Michel Stolk (Edited by Tracy van Os van den Abeelen) IO Earth is a band from the United Kingdom. They have made three albums to date, namely IO Earth from 2009 (see review), Moments from 2012 (see review) and New World from 2015 (see review). As you can read in...
By Henri Strik (Edited by Robert James Pashman) The British band IO Earth made with their eponymous album (see review) for me personally the most impressive album of 2009. On this release you could hear a blend of different musical styles made by two friends who...
By: Henri Strik (edited by Peter Willemsen) I received many CD-releases in 2009, but none of them sounded as impressive as the debut album of IO Earth. This duo consists of Dave Cureton and Adam Cough, two musicians from Birmingham (U.K.). They have been friends since...
By: Russel Elliot IOEarth is a rapidly emerging progressive British rock band. Central figures Dave Cureton and Adam Gough have been good friends since they met in school at age twelve. Being two of a very small class of just four music students in their year, they...
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