‘The Game’ is a track that starts in a deceptively understated way – some enigmatic guitar strums allow for plenty of room around them to create an immediate sense of space. Not only that,...
Monthly Archive: July 2016
The Refusers deliver politically charged rock that clearly has a passionate vision to get a message across.
A bold concept album, Badlands sets the scene for a sci fi western epic in two acts. Ready or not, here we go…
Imagine you’ve been invited to a party, except when you arrive at the party you can’t find the person who invited you in the first place. Not only that but it turns out it’s...
As the album’s eponymously titled opening track unfurls, there are shades of Antlers in the air with moody and emotive vocals that draw the listener in like a siren’s call.
With their own unique brand of progressive country music, Soles Of Passion offer some upbeat and thoughtful sounds on Escape From Jurisdiction B.
Small Town Sound serves some straight up, classic country with a southern rock twist.
With its opening notes, Another Day Lost immediately offers a sense of curiosity. The swirling electronic tones wash back and forth, drawing the listener in with anticipation.
With passion and ferocity, Mike LePond’s Silent Assassins channels classic metal sounds that will have fans of the genre filled with both nostalgia and excitement.
From the opening bars, Dead Air Republic’s sound is in your face, splintering and bold, with a rich Southern rock undercurrent.