Month: <span>March 2015</span>

Active I – Earth Is Dead, But We’re Alive

Active I – Earth Is Dead, But We’re Alive – Album Review Definitely something I can instantly sink my teeth right into from the very opening moments. I honestly don’t even know what Active I has used to start off the opening track “Common Man,” but the haunting tones of the beginning of Earth Is […]Read More

Draw Hard

Draw Hard – Movie Preview – TurnStyle Films Here’s an interesting story about a guy I feel like I can relate to. You see, comic-book artist and illustrator John G. and I both suffer from a disease known as ‘resting bitch face,’ whereby everyone you’ve just shared a room with wonders ‘what the hell was […]Read More

Modest Mouse – Strangers To Ourselves

Modest Mouse – Strangers To Ourselves – Album Review I’ll admit – I got on the Modest Mouse bandwagon fairly late…just at the crest of the release of Good News For People Who Love Bad News; and then ravenously devoured their entire back catalogue. Forever astounded by just how real their music can be; it’s […]Read More

The Atif – Singles

The Atif – Michael Jackson – Rock Tributes I’ve had some pretty profound impacts upon my life that I suppose I’ve attempted my best to see what life would be like to actually be heroes of mine like Michael Stipe, Henry Rollins or Dave Grohl…or at least somewhat of a combination, so I humbly say […]Read More

Lee Williams – “The Pit And The Pendulum”

Lee Williams – “The Pit And The Pendulum” – Single Review This is an extremely tough one, coming to me on a day of sheer outstanding excellence so far…I can’t tell you just how much I WANT to support all the great talent I can hear in this new single from Lee Williams…because I truly […]Read More

Lovesucker – Lovesucker

Lovesucker – Lovesucker – EP Review It’s been an excellent day in the studio here. Started it off interviewing the fantastically-talented Kristia Di Gregorio and now here I get to continue on this wicked start with even more great music coming through my speakers courtesy of Lovesucker. This new self-titled EP has a high-level of […]Read More

Delilah – Sings Sarah + 1

Delilah – Sings Sarah + 1 – EP Review The ‘Sarah’ in the title refers to famous jazz singer Sarah Vaughan from the 1940’s-ish era, and also points to solo-artist Delilah’s pure love for her music & sound. With this EP, Delilah Sings Sarah + 1 cover of another renowned artist, Nat King Cole, in […]Read More

Jason Kerrison & The Hip Op-eration Crew

Jason Kerrison & The Hip Op-eration Crew Official Press Release & Video!  “I Don’t Care What They Think!” The World’s Oldest Dance Group: The Hip Op-eration Crew has joined forces with kiwi musician Jason Kerrison to make a music video to Kerrison’s song “I don’t care what they think.” The video had its international release […]Read More

HidNTrackz – The Misconceptions Of Me

HidNTrackz – The Misconceptions Of Me – EP Review Exceptional! HidNTrackz has shown up for the recording, yessir! From what I can hear on The Misconceptions Of Me EP, and what I’ve learned from a few back & forth messages…well…seems like a pretty good guy looking to bring a little honesty to his own music […]Read More

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