Album Reviews

  • 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...

  • Sam Baker – Land of Doubt

    Following a European tour behind his new album, Land of Doubt, Sam Baker is turning his attention to creative projects in 2017: Opening his first-ever...

  • bd Gottfried – Through The Dog’s Eyes

    In 2017 – bd Gottfried is an edgy, uncompromised writer releasing his 8th solo album entitled: Through The Dog’s Eyes – produced by Juno Winner...

  • Chrystyna Marie – LIFE

    LA-based (by way of Toronto, Canada) blues rock/pop artist Chrystyna Marie shakes it up on her latest album, titled LIFE. Like the tumult of existence...

  • Sam Green and the Time Machine – Which Way Left?

    Which Way Left? is a fourteen song release from Sam Green and the Time Machine, a marvelous musical experience hailing from Australia that is certain...

  • Paul Kloschinsky – Crime of Passion

    Paul Kloschinsky was born in Saskatchewan in 1963. He attended the University of British Columbia in the 1980’s and received a BSc in Computer Science...

  • Jacqui L. – PLANET PARALLEL 5

    Sydney, Australia-based rock artist Jacqui L. recently shot into orbit her art rock record PLANET PARALLEL 5.  The concept album revolves around the thought-provoking lyrics...