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Sprightly Moans

Merry Christmas to all and to all a good SPRIGHT! Let’s face it – Christmas music isn’t always “all that.” There are often too many bells and certainly not enough ROCK. You might even argue that over time the holiday season itself has become more about presents than it has been about presence…so let’s change that up […]Read More

Joey Jive – Joey Jive

Joey Jive – Joey Jive – Album Review Yessssssssssssss. Remind me to thank Joey personally if I’m ever to meet him in person for making an album tuned to my particular ears. With a brand new album full of music as interesting in the writing as it is in the texture and production – there’s so much […]Read More

Nearly A Year!

WHAT THE WHAT? SBS Live This Week turns ONE YEAR old coming up here on November 17th and we’re already in good shape for the upcoming year ahead of us. We have already had interviews and footage shot for SHMOLTS, FEY and AZTEC to name a few & we have more still to film and […]Read More

Colin Ward – Cappuccino

Colin Ward – Cappuccino – Album Review Alright readers – we’re not leaving this Americana subject quite yet. Hot off the heels of our last interview with a blues-country-rock slice of Americana with Skinny Cool Kid – let’s get into this new album Cappuccino by Colin Ward with his folk twist on this classic style of […]Read More

Skinny Cool Kid – No Risk

Skinny Cool Kid – No Risk – EP Review At the outset of reviewing this new EP by Skinny Cool Kid from West Chester, PA – I was instantly welcomed into the warm country/blues-rock sound much of middle America is still well known for. Beginning with the track “Just Like Me,” I was also full of […]Read More

Matthew Heller – Invitation

Matthew Heller – Invitation – Album Review I have taken longer in preparing this review than I’ve ever taken before. If you’ve read these reviews in the past, you know I quite often start out with an apology on how long it has taken to get it on the page, but let me tell ya…Matthew Heller […]Read More


It would be very easy to tell if someone had really listened to the music of Stalin. What could easily be dismissed as shock-rock actually exists on a plain that’s more in a style that’s aggressive – but fair. Intelligent – but pointed and certain. One thing that is for absolute certain – Stalin is no stranger to […]Read More

Electrician – “This Is How We Do It”

Electrician – “That’s How We Do It” – Single Review Every once in a while I get asked to review someone’s latest work; in fact, if you’re reading this you’ve probably already come to notice that. In this coming week you’ll come to appreciate the diversity in that first statement as we range from covering an […]Read More

Defining Censorship…

FREEDOM OF SPEECH: Alright everyone – thanks for coming by! I’ve got a ton to say today, to the point where there’s even less of a probability of brevity in this blog than normal; consider yourselves warned! When I left you last time in the official dated blog postings – I mentioned the upcoming review […]Read More

The Other Colors

It never ceases to amaze me. The amount of impact music and artists from around the globe can have on my life is astounding; this band The Other Colors in our interview today is no exception to that. Coming to us all the way from France, this duo consisting of Marie Möör and Laurent Chambert have […]Read More