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Album Review: Autumn Walker – Daydreamer

Article by: Jason Robey   The opening chord strumming of “Step Back” is exactly that - a nine-second refresher on the emo-tinted alternative rock that permeated radio from the late 90s to early 2000s, when the members of the Texas rock group Autumn Walker were growing up and shaping their musical futures.

Album Review: American Griots by Louis York

Article by: Charles Yamabe Photos by: Jeremy Ryan   Chicago, IL -- American Griots, the new album by Louis York, comes out today. I had a chance to review the album and speak with the band earlier in the week and had some great takeaways. This is the band's first full length album and

Album Review: Bison Machine – Seas Of Titan

Article by: E. Jourdain, Jr.   Detroit rockers Bison Machine are set to release their full-length album "Seas Of Titan" via Small Stone Records on September 27th, 2019. Bison Machine labels themselves “Heavy Rock, Stoner, Blues Rock, 70's” and I would agree completely with that description. My first impression of the album was

Album Review: TIM by Avicii

Article by: Charles Yamabe // Featured Image: RollingStone.com/Sean Eriksson   Released over a month ago, the album TIM by Swedish producer Avicii isn’t exactly new. However, I wanted to give it a real chance to play in real-life situations before I gave it a fair review. After listening to the album around,

Album Review: Silvertung – But, At What Cost??!

Article by: Steven Principato   Boldly bringing back a long lost, but never forgotten sound of late 90’s Nu-Metal, Baltimore Maryland’s Silvertung might be very well leading the charge of this very popular resurgence movement with their latest release, But At What Cost (Thermal Entertainment, 2019).   Unleashing a collection of tracks deeply inspired

Album Review: Fine Lines – Contact

Article by: Jason Robey   “On my back I’m floating, I’m so tired, don’t care if I live or drown.” the opening line of “Floating” ruminates over a single ringing guitar chord, before Fine Lines kick into full drive to for their debut album, Contact. The song, with its bouncy rhythm, arena-size

Album Review: White Denim – Performance

Article by: Jason Robey   Austin indie-rockers White Denim are back with their eighth studio album, Performance. The album is simultaneously the most accessible and sonically experimental the group has put out so far. The opening track and lead single, “Magazin,” sets the tone from the start as a fun album, made

Album Review: Alice In Chains – Rainier Fog

Article by: Jason Robey   Grunge veterans Alice In Chains have returned with their sixth full-length album, Rainier Fog. The record is their first since 2013’s The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here, and third with current lead vocalist, William Duvall. Though Rainier Fog stays true to the guitar-heavy, melodic sound the band is

Album Review: Clutch – Book of Bad Decisions

Article by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar   On September 7th, Maryland rockers Clutch will drop their 12th studio album, staying true to their roots with their trademark gritty guitar licks and quirky lyrics -- with a nod to delta blues, served with a side of funk. Recorded in three weeks in Nashville by producer

Album Review: The Record Company – All of This Life

Article by: Jason Robey   Los Angeles indie rockers The Record Company are back with their sophomore album, All of This Life. Fans of the band’s debut album will immediately recognize the band’s bluesy rock n’ roll shuffle and penchant for catchy bass guitar opening riffs and pedal steel licks, but will also hear

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