Month: <span>July 2014</span>

Charming Timur – A Brief Moment Of Existence

Charming Timur – A Brief Moment Of Existence – Album Review Ummm…ok…watch your volumes on this one…starting Charming Timur’s new album A Brief Moment Of Existence off as loudly as you were playing that last jam you heard from whatever band might just spike your heart rate through the roof – or make you wish […]Read More

Testify-Music – Pray Until Something Happens

Testify-Music – Pray Until Something Happens – Album Review Interesting! Every so often through music reviews and interviews, I find myself in the midst of a religious conversation or, in this case, listening to a full album based in faith and religious-context…which is always interesting for a person like myself, who identifies with no singular ideology […]Read More

The Last Surrealist

Courage is actually a supremely rare trait to HEAR in music. Not only is the audible-quality that makes up that feeling hard to find – but to be able to discuss the tougher events with these incredible lyricists and storytellers can prove to be even more difficult even in the most comfortable situations. That’s not the […]Read More

Aztec – Stitches

Aztec – Stitches – EP Review Days away from release to the public – the long-awaited debut from Canadian pop-rock band Aztec drops officially on the 11th of July. This band has had an electric-buzz of excitement surrounding this upcoming release ever since this super-group of indie musicians came together to make their music as one; […]Read More

Queen City Heist – Rock & Soul Music

Queen City Heist – Rock & Soul Music – EP Review Hey! Would you look at that – Queen City Heist have found their way back to our corner of the internet! With the release of three singles also available as a new EP called Rock & Soul music – I can definitely attest to the title […]Read More

Fox And Mew – In Cahoots

Fox And Mew – In Cahoots – EP Review Now here’s something I don’t hear every day! And any time that’s the case…you know I’m all ears. Welcome to this fresh little EP from Fox And Mew called In Cahoots, with a musical sound based on some truly old-school funk infused with a modern-day R&B twist […]Read More

Hanging From The Rafters – Box Of Songs

Hanging From The Rafters – Box Of Songs – Album Review An album is never old if it’s brand new to you! Even though Box Of Songs was released last year – there are plenty of reasons why I want to talk to you about this album NOW. There is so much going for this band […]Read More

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