EP Reviews

  • RJ Comer – Nightly Suicide

    Americana has subsections like any other main genre. So when RJ Comer comes along producing a harder sound associated with Americana; it’s wasy to see that...

  • Spacebear – Straight For The Sun

    Bands work best when they organically form. Rock history is littered with the bloated recordings of so-called super groups proving, in the end, to be...

  • Monique Angele – Answers

    Monique Angele’s EP Answers takes you on a completely intellectual, emotional, and physical quest. My first impressions of this album mainly include words such as...

  • Idalee- Starting Now

    Idalee is the alter ego of singer-songwriter Topher Hall, a former drug addict who succeeded in turning his life around after battling with drug abuse...

  • Hannah Ayrault – Me Right Now

    When pundits professional or otherwise write about the death of popular music, it’s important to make distinctions about what they’re talking about. The traditional music...

  • Josh Phillips – New Beginnings

    Nashville transplant, via the Windy City, Josh Phillips debuts with an impressive six song EP entitled New Beginnings. The famed novelist Tom Wolfe, author of...

  • Claudia Norris – Shine

    Claudia Norris’ Shine kicks off with a statement of intent; the opener Tonight guaranteed to send its audience hurtling into the nightlife ready to shake...

  • LUST – Lovender

    Have you been pining a long while for a dream-pop band that knows how to balance the concise hooks of a pop song with the...

  • Wyatt – Here Comes Everybody

    The review for Wyatt’s latest EP Here Comes Everybody is long overdue as I have been enjoying the release for quite some time. Long time...

  • Braeves – Drifting By Design

    Recently I reviewed Guest Of The Gun, the first single off the Braeves EP Drifting By Design. As I noted, I normally like to do...