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Album Review: Austin Hanks – Alabastard

Article by: Bylle Breaux   In the heart of Hollywood, hidden on a side street just below the boulevard, The Piano Bar has been a long time primary for exceptional live music. Legendary artists like Billy Gibbons, Chuck E. Weiss, and Harry Connick, Jr. drop in unannounced to jam with local musicians

Review – The Griswolds “High Times for Low Lives”

Article by: Kristina Dawn   Australian quartet The Griswolds have dropped a new full length album…. And it’s good. REALLY good. Debuting at a top 10 spot on the iTunes chart, and quickly ascending the Alt. 18 chart, ‘High Times for Low Lives’ is blowing musical minds around the world. Granted I am

Album Review: Avenged Sevenfold “The Stage”

Article written by: Ian Urquhart   Adaptation; a band’s creative effort to remain relevant in the music industry. Dish out a few teaser trailers? Overused. Maybe leak a new song to stir the rumor pot? Exhausted. How about performing live, rooftop of Capital Record’s Headquarters, while a virtual reality concert steams live

Album Review: Kings of Leon “Walls”

Article by: Frank Memmesheimer   The kings of true and gritty Southern rock are back! Are they? After three years of musical preservation, Kings of Leon released their seventh album on October 14, 2016. WALLS, acronym for the bulky ‘We Are Like Love Songs’, promised a more artsy than ever approach at redefining Kings

Crobot – Welcome to Fat City [Review]

Article by: Abigail Buckler   The sophomore album from Crobot, Welcome to Fat City was released this past Friday.  Historically there is always a lot of question surrounding a bands second album and whether it will live up to their debut. Often times these efforts can fall a little flat.  That is not

Album Review: Eric Krasno “Blood From a Stone”

Article by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar Photo: Eric Krasno by Jay Sansone/ Calabro Media “Distance makes the heart grow fond....you must love me 'cause you're always gone”. Soul and funk, confidently delivered and matter-of-fact, Grammy award winning artist Eric Krasno released his second solo album this July with songs featuring lyrics that delve into

Gone is Gone EP – Review

  Article by: Steven Principato   In the ongoing and frequently well received tradition of the rock supergroup, one would imagine the elation that might result in the unusual union of such a collection of prominent stoner, progressive, and experimental heavyweights. Gone is Gone, featuring members of Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age,

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