Reviews

SXSW Recap – Wednesday March 15th

This year was my first year covering SXSW and...

10 Most Anticipated Films at SXSW

SXSW this year has some incredible new features, ranging...

The White Stripes to Release Limited Edition Vinyl of “Elephant” for 20th Anniversary

The White Stripes will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their...

Candlemass To Release “Nightfall” – The 35th Anniversary Deluxe Triple Colored LP Set

British independent heavy metal record label Peaceville is set...

Trivium Plays the Wiltern Theatre LA

Metal giants Trivium played The Wiltern Theatre in Los...

Album Review: The Poynt “Alpha Queue”

The Poynt embody all that made 90s band’s special and memorable. With catchy guitar melodies, soft male vocals, and an ethereal effect that magnifies...

Album Review: Dan Kassel “Clockwork”

Dan Kassel is perhaps one of the most versatile musicians in the underground music scene. A cellist and New Jersey native, Kassel’s musical arrangements...

Album Review: Jessica Paige “Branching Out”

Uniting her love of songwriting and composition with pop and folk influences, Jessica Paige makes her debut with her full-length album Branching Out.   Growing up,...

Album Review: Alex MacKinnon “Two Sides”

Fusing elements of bluegrass, gospel, hymns, funk, R&B, reggae, and more, Two Sides is a very timely release by multi-instrumentalist Alex MacKinnon. Both striking...

Album Review: Citizen Zero “State Of Mind” LP

Every once a new band approaches that complete grabs your attention for their amazing musicianship. Whether it be for their sound or for their...

Album Review: Grayscale ‘What We’re Missing’

To anybody who was a teenager during the emo/pop-punk revival of the mid-2000's, alternative guitar melodies and melancholic lyrics hit a bittersweet spot in our...