Single Reviews

  • Ashley J – Unbreakable

    I recently checked out the latest single from Orlando native female singer Ashley J, entitled Unbreakable. I would say this artist as a whole possesses...

  • Temporary Hero – Can I Kiss You Now?

    Modern indie pop singer-songwriter and producer Temporary Hero is a stylistically hybrid artist who started out in the electronic dance music field, crossed over to...

  • The Begowatts – Kids On Parole

    Midwestern indie rock band The Begowatts amp up their modern rock with a heavy dose of retro ‘70s grit and punk attitude.  Last year David...

  • Trevor Hall – The Fruitful Darkness

    Renowned singer-songwriter/musician Trevor Hall has released material on major labels for several years (Geffen, Vanguard), but he has bowed his new album, The Fruitful Darkness...

  • Giant Flying Turtles – One Of A Kind

    The band name Giant Flying Turtles conjures up quite a surreal image in the mind, and like the wild visuals, the Brooklyn-based band itself creates...

  • Bunny Sigler – Angel Eyes

    Back when the Philly soul sound was so hot, Bunny Sigler got a chance to work with a number of acts as a writer and/or...

  • Robots With Rayguns – Memories feat. Carl Gershon

    The New Wave ‘80s are back in a big way these days, what with the Stranger Things throwback TV show, an atmospheric Bladerunner sequel, and...

  • Souleye – Wildman

    Sturbridge, Massachusetts’ own Mario Treadway, aka Souleye, has been traveling his own path since first appearing on the scene in 2001. His journey has produced...

  • Michael P. Cullen – Black Coffee and Cigarettes

    Australian rock noir stalwart Michael P. Cullen has released another live performance video from a song off his critically acclaimed True Believer LP.  The audio...

  • Vajra – The Mirror

    NYC-based alternative metal band Vajra combines progressive rock, metal, and Eastern Indian music into a potent sonic mix that the act has performed live across...