album reviews

Reviews of albums old and new from iconic artists and up and coming musicians alike.

Yvonne Glasgow2 years ago
Immortal Synn Brings Back a Classic Metal Sound
True metal fans can rejoice with the release of this album from Denver’s Immortal Sÿnn. They are a 5-piece heavy metal band that has adopted a more old school sound and style when it comes to their ty...
Avicii - AVICI (01) Review
After a sudden hiatus around a year ago, the creator of 'Levels' and 'Wake Me Up' has returned with a brand new EP, featuring the likes of AlunaGeorge, Rita Ora and Sandro Cavazza on two of the six tr...
Pierre Feltz2 years ago
Positive Metal
If the Deftones would constantly have two guitar players on duty, this would be it. Welcome! Grab a chair, lean back, and get ready to enjoy a good piece of art. Just as if you were about to drink gre...
John Parks2 years ago
Album Review — Dirkschneider
Available now on all formats (well, okay not cassette) is this live document of heavy metal icon Udo Dirkschneider and his current band kicking all sorts of ass on his legendary Accept back catalog. T...
Eric Allen2 years ago
Deliberating the Go-Go’s Vacation on its 35th Anniversary
After a six-week run atop Billboard’s 200 album chart with the multi-platinum debut album Beauty and the Beat, all-girl rock group the Go-Go’s hurriedly released the follow-up sophomore effort, Vacati...
Yvonne Glasgow2 years ago
Veseria Creates Music That Knows No Boundaries
Veseria is a band from Indianapolis that has a sound that can only be described as genre-bending. They could fit into so many different styles it’s insane. One song sounds country punk, while the next...
Nena Babe2 years ago
SweetSexySavage
The iconic SweetSexySavage album by Kehlani was released on January 27, 2017 and the world was saved. Okay maybe not really but the world got an unforgettable piece of music that will never become irr...
Yvonne Glasgow2 years ago
The Ambience of The Kiss That Took A Trip
I absolutely love hearing new music, and when it’s new to me music that has actually been around for years I like to kick myself for not hearing of it sooner (at least if I like it I do). This is anot...
Sadé Sanchez2 years ago
Review of Meek Mill's 'Wins And Losses'
Although he's dropped music in between projects, Wins and Losses is Meek Mill's first studio album in two years since his last 2015 Dreams Worth More Than Money. That album did very well, extremely we...
Yvonne Glasgow2 years ago
Alex Siegel's Musical Gem Röykkä
Alex Siegel has an amazing voice and this beautiful music he is creating will have you thinking of some of the best crooners in folk pop, including Paul Simon. Siegel is a multi-instrumentalist songwr...
Yvonne Glasgow2 years ago
Revolushn Sings About Dinosaurs and More
While the song “Dinosaurs” by San Francisco psychedelic rock collective Revolushn might not really be about prehistoric creatures, it still gets cred for having the word dinosaur in it. That’s almost ...
Sadé Sanchez2 years ago
#OverloadMondays: Visuals, Projects, News - Oh My!
I know I've been down and out the past few weeks - blame Hov for that - I missed some releases that came out, but the series is back. Tomorrow I'll be covering the Billboard updates on last week's rel...
Yvonne Glasgow2 years ago
Mariachi for the Millennium
The only time in this review I am going to compare this band to The Beatles is right now, and that’s simply because both bands came out of Liverpool. I was actually kind of surprised to find that Live...
Yvonne Glasgow2 years ago
The Stangs Are Vintage Meets Modern Rock
The first thing that I noticed when I gave this EP a listen was that this is music that is pleasant to listen to. It’s likely that you’ve noticed music get louder and louder over the decades. And, of ...
Sadé Sanchez2 years ago
Unpacking Jay Z's '4:44'
I'll admit I was both excited and nervous to write this review. I've given quick verbal reviews for people who've asked but it’s been hard for me to sit down and write. For me, it’s overwhelming. Not ...
Sam Flintlock2 years ago
The Sex Pistols — A Cheap Holiday in Other People's Misery
A bullet of AURAL TERRORISM. The sound of ANGER and DISILLUSIONMENT. A HAND GRENADE thrown at the MUSIC ESTABLISHMENT. Wait a second. This is just bad rock ‘n’ roll. You lied to me through the medium ...
Yvonne Glasgow2 years ago
Chrystyna Marie Makes Blues and Country Masterpieces
Chrystyna Marie has a unique and powerful sound. Her music blends blues, rock, and country, and it sounds fabulous. As you listen to her tunes on this new EP will you find that each song kind of sound...
H.S. Multon2 years ago
"A Nostalgic Awareness of the Power of Youth" Lana Del Rey's Lust For Life - Album Review
When I first heard Lana Del Rey's music, I was fourteen years old, a freshman in high school. In those days, I was underdeveloped physically, mentally, and emotionally. My primary focuses were school,...