I can only encourage those who don’t know the band to find out what they’ve been missing.

‘Aura’ stands very proudly

Review by Pete Flodden – 26th April 2020 5 STAR REVIEW (5/5) I first encountered IO Earth on their second album ‘Moments’. From the start I was struck by their creativity, musicianship and of course their music. The key word I would also add at that...

Crescendo Festival in France 2016

By Stuart Smith IO-Earth hit the stage next and we’d already had a good chat with their leader and guitarist Dave Cureton and a beer with their engineer in the nearby Skooby Doo bar. The band is from the UK and have three studio and a live album to their name. This is...

This is Another Magnum Opus

By Zachary Nathanson It’s been a good while since I’ve heard some excellent music from the sounds of IO Earth. After hearing their first two albums (their sole self-titled debut and Moments), which I’ve championed back in 2011 and 2012, I always thought to myself,...

Genre Defying

By Robert Brady ‘Genre Defying’ as the band IO Earth places upon themselves is a total understatement. I would go on record now to say they ‘Genre Shattering’. I was as if a mirror were broken and the total sum of its shattered pieces...

Great Success!

By Abaddon (Please note that this review has been translated using an online translator) Three years after the remarkable and noticed “Moments”, the English IOEarth remember our good memories. Given the excellent impression left by the previous album,...

A Perfect Workmanship

By Artur Chachlowski (Please note that this review has been translated using an online translator) Great album. Despite the significant disruption personnel (including the forced absence from the previous vocalist Claire Malin, whose serious illness prevented from...