Posted May 19 2016 by Jake Bracey in Music, Reviews
Comprised of two sets of brothers—Reed and Skylar Adler, and Evan and Colin Campbell—The Sound is Fine’s self-titled EP is a fresh reminder that modern rock music is far from gone.
Posted May 12 2016 by Mike King in Music, Reviews
With a name like Voodoo Terror Tribe, there are only a few sounds you should expect from this Rockaway four-piece. And if their name didn’t clue you in, an album title like A Walk In Hell certainly would.
Posted May 5 2016 by Mike King in Music, Reviews
The Happiest I’ve Been is an album that will keep both listeners and reviewers on their toes.
Posted Apr 28 2016 by Loren Kessell in Music, Reviews
American Short Stories, as advertised, is like reading a book. It sets the scene, takes the listener along for the journey, and ends with a quiet resolution.
Posted Apr 21 2016 by Mike King in Music, Reviews
When a two-track EP clocks in at anything over 10 minutes, I usually expect to hear either pretentiously-titled progressive rock ballads or thinly veiled Between the Buried & Me rip-offs.
This is Goodbye, This is the End.
August 22, 2016
August 4, 2016
August 1, 2016
The Gray Company: Island Fortress, Island Home
July 28, 2016
The Garden Statement
July 25, 2016
Why I Am Not An Artist
April 1, 2015
Questions – Week One
April 4, 2015
Still Life with Oysters and Lemon
April 15, 2015
Questions – Week Three
April 18, 2015
Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror
April 8, 2015