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Album Review: Portugal. The Man – Woodstock

Article by: Jason Robey Featured Image Cred: Rolling Stone     Alaskan indie-rock band, Portugal. The Man, hold nothing back on their ambitious new album, Woodstock. Their eighth full-length studio album, their first since Evil Friends four years ago, treads heavily into experimental, psychedelic ground on each of the ten songs, while always returning

Album Review: 311 – Mosaic

Article by: Brian Toglia   After nearly 30 years of music, 311 seemed to have only scratched the surface of their musical creativity     Mosaic: (Adjective) composed of a combination of diverse elements. The definition of mosaic perfectly describes 311 as a band as well as the composition of their new album. The band has

Album Review: Mastodon – Emperor of Sand

Article by: Steven Principato   Progressive rock never really died, it simply got meaner with the times. Occasionally, it even dresses up like a metal band. In presumption of some higher obligation to continue their 17 year reign as one of humanity’s last bastions in popular progressive rock, Mastodon bestows upon us

Album Review: Satan Takes A Holiday – Aliens

Article by: Steven Principato   Hardly sparing us a subtle or gradual introduction to their fourth studio release, titled simply Aliens, Satan Takes A Holiday tosses the a cinder block through the listener’s windshield judging only by the heavy-handed ferocity of their opening track “Good Cop, Bad Cop." Obviously taking no holidays of

Album Review: Nick Nash – Fear of Perdition

Article by: Bylle Breaux   Twenty something singer/songwriter, Nick Nash, tip-toes surreptitiously onto the Americana scene like a “Wolf in the Wheat,” which is also the title of one of his songs on his new E.P., “Fear of Perdition.”  Now living in Nashville and more than halfway through a law degree from

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