Album Reviews

  • Altre di B – Miranda!

    Miranda! is the third full length release from Italy’s Altre di B and this road-tested four piece has certainly grown exponentially since their debut a...

  • Matt Hammon – Silver Suitcase

    This is one of those albums that bowls you over. It sounds like a music career of putting his songwriting on the back burner while...

  • Aurganic – Distant Echoes & Close Encounters

    Toronto and New York-based alternative electronic rock act Aurganic has been crafting music since 2010, but the friendship between main members Michael Kossov and Leo...

  • Souleye – Wildman

    Wildman is the latest studio release from hip hop performer and lyricist Souleye. It adds another solid entry to a growing discography that stands up...

  • Dizzy Box Nine – Electric Illusion

      Electric Illusion by Dizzy Box Nine is not just any pop album because it’s not just any pop band. Randy Ludwig infuses improvisation to...

  • Patrick Grant – A Sequence of Waves

    Renowned and multi-talented New York City-living musician Patrick Grant recently released his latest body of work, the album A Sequence of Waves (twelve stories and...

  • John Brownlow – The Summertime

    John Brownlow recently released a magnificent CD called The Summertime. It’s an incredible eclectic album that gleefully dances up and down the spectrum of a...

  • Barbara Jo Kammer – One Song at a Time

    The ten songs on Barbara Jo Kammer’s solo debut One Song at a Time are deeply reflective of her personal journey and certainly seem to...

  • The Sighs – Wait On Another Day

    Western Massachusetts based The Sighs just released their latest CD entitled Wait On Another Day. The Sighs are definitely a great throwback to the heydays...

  • Weatherboy – Weatherboy

    Rarely will you hear a debut with such sly, understated ambition. Weatherboy represents the creative union of two seemingly disparate musical sensibilities. Ragnar Rosinkranz, Icelandic...