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Monthly Archive: May 2014

Elaine Joyce – The Wound That Never Heals

Elaine Joyce – The Wound That Never Heals

Brutally honest music is never comfortable listening, and as art it shouldn’t be. Elaine Joyce’s ‘The Wound That Never Heals’ is exactly that kind of track.

Chris Hayle – This Is God’s Country

Chris Hayle – This Is God’s Country

Christian music doesn’t often get a very good deal when it comes to being talked about in the press outside of its own circles. Someone once said, “Why should the devil get all the...

Shneal – The Prequel

Shneal – The Prequel

With an unrelenting flow, big bold sounds, and serious themes, The Prequel is Shneal’s latest album filled with powerful beats and the clear intention to ‘bring it’. Opening with ‘Universal’, there’s a darkness to the beginning...

The Cellophane Heart – The Dark Becomes The Light

The Cellophane Heart – The Dark Becomes The Light

Brooding and clattering, The Dark Becomes The Light is The Cellophane Heart’s sprawling album, balancing raw emotion, fragile beauty, and gives a lot of room for some interesting experimentation.

Matthew Schultz ft. Alessia Guarnera – Crazy Heart

Matthew Schultz ft. Alessia Guarnera – Crazy Heart

Duets are always interesting. It’s about finding two voices that work together to create a sense of chemistry and dynamic, as well as creative tension and blending together.

Jimmy Jax Pinchak Band – Make It Better

Jimmy Jax Pinchak Band – Make It Better

The professional alumni that backs up Make It Better isn’t something to be sniffed at; mixed by Josh Mosser (co-writer of Imagine Dragons’ Radioactive), mastered by Grammy award winner Erick Labson, plus Jimmy Jax Pinchak also works a professional actor (Peter Wiggin...

Ashley Davis – Night Travels

Ashley Davis – Night Travels

With Night Travels, Ashley Davis has produced a new set of songs due for release on 20th May 2014 that will inspire and delight. With her soothing voice and variety of guest vocalists, this is a...

N Wolex – No Regrets

N Wolex – No Regrets

Haunting, curious, and strangely warming. Nicholas Wolex’s recent release If You Had/No Regrets is an oddity amongst the vast array of music that vies for our attention these days.