Music Reviews

There’s no “right” way to play rock music. If you decide to churn out rock music that is high-speed and abrasive, causing adrenaline to burst through the body; more power to you. Death Valley Girls, the explosive garage rock/psych-rock band out of Los Angeles, is no stranger to high volume. Yes, they’re loud but it […]

Lurking in the mysterious, rose-tinted horizon, brewing yet another psychedelic concoction is Babe Rainbow. Based out of Byron Bay, Australia, Babe Rainbow is another glorious component of the Australian psychedelic dynamo. Tame Impala remains the most recognizable figure of the blossoming scene, but a band like King Gizzard is entitled to plenty of credit. Not […]

Thee Oh Sees (Oh Sees) – Henchlock Smote Reverser was a huge leap for the Oh Sees last year, featuring dynamic sounds that were sinister and glorious. It was yet another installment in the ever-growing discography and the album also showcased a shift within the band’s style. Sure, the polarizing riffs and solos by John […]

To say I was hyped for this show would be a serious understatement. The last time Canadian punks PUP came to our local concert city of Cleveland was for the BravoArtist Snowded in Fest at the tail end of 2017. Unfortunately, I was unable to go, which depressed me when thought of for the next […]

Saying Remo Drive is one of my top bands would be a soft understatement. When I saw the “Art School” video on a whim in high school, I was simultaneously blown away and hooked into the bouncy, yet angsty vibe of Remo Drive. Two years later, more weight gain and a college degree started, Remo […]

Photo Credit: https://twitter.com/yungblud/status/1022920700447916032 With a new wave of British bands coming out over the past couple of years and hitting the mainstream, quite most of them didn’t have enough personality or musically interesting to keep a hold of my attention after a couple of singles or an album or two. After the first 1975 record, […]

Steve Lacy- “N Side” (Single) Smooth with “in your face” sensualism are the words that sum up this cut. Singer/guitarist Steve Lacy has been relatively silent since his debut project, Steve Lacy’s Demos, which was released in 2017. A short collection of songs, yes, but takes such as “Dark Red”, “Some” & “Ryd” were home runs. […]

The continuous cycle of shared influences within the rock universe is best expressed by Foxygen. The retro-obsessed duo originating from the west-coast have resurfaced unto the scene with new music. The last chapter in which we left off with vocalist Sam France and multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Rado was their 2017 record titled Hang. The orchestral and […]

It’s few and far between that you watch an act on a competition show like America’s Got Talent actually have and hold success after the show is over — and even less likely if the act didn’t even win. We Three is an exception to this and have managed to steal all of our hearts […]

The common conception of the Canadian people in the American Consciousness is a population of maple-syrup coated and hockey playing kind folks. Canadian punk rock band PUP’s sound will blast that ideal out of your brain and get your feet moving. Starting with their 2014 self-titled album and their sophomore effort, The Dream is Over in […]


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