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, Jessica was classically trained on...

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 and comforting, this eclectic collection...

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 lyrics, something is just truly...

‘Flyleaf Spreads Their Wings’ Book Review

Christian Rock band Flyleaf has achieved great success in its few years since their inception, and now their entire journey has been composed into a book titled “Flyleaf Spreads...

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 heart. If you're one of...

Album Review: Miss May I ‘Deathless’

Ohio natives Miss May I have become a staple act of the metalcore genre and scene. Their ruthless music and performances ignite a powerful response from fans each and...

Album Review: Lamb of God – “Lamb of God”

Lamb of God is one of the most important members of the New Wave of American Heavy Metal, a legacy they continue to build on through every new album...

‘Alone In North America’ Documentary

The music documentary “Alone In North America” is an existential road picture directed by David Hilbert, and follows the Australian Neo-Psych band The Morning After Girls (who are also partly...

Album Review: The Earth And I “The Candleman”

Heavy guitars, enchanting vocals and haunting melodies. The Earth and I arrives to the progressive metal scene with serious talent and originality that needs to be heard. Out of...

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 their sound all together. Made...
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