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Album Review: Pacific Radio – Kitchen Table EP

Article by: Sophia Zucker   Indie Rock band Pacific Radio recently released their new EP entitled Kitchen Table right as 2016 came to a close, and put up a music video to the title track to kick off the new year. This is the band’s first ever release and just by listening

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

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

Album Review: Valaska – Inchoate

Article by: Sam Fallone For fans of: Death Cab For Cutie, The Postal Service, Bear Hands, Bright Eyes Valaska, an indie rock band from Chicago, recently released their third album, Inchoate. Valaska started out as a solo project by Dave Valdez but currently consists of four members: Dave, Zach Porlier, Matt Holmes,

Album Review: Ranch Ghost – Lookin

Article by: Sophia Zucker   It’s hard to fit Ranch Ghost into one specific genre. Think psychedelic garage rock mixed with blues and a hint of southern vibes. Whatever genre that makes basically describes this Nashville based band. Ranch Ghost are releasing their first LP, Lookin, with Rough Beast Records on July

Album Review: Jack Berry – Mean Machine

Article by: Sam Fallone Nashville based Blues/Alt-Rock artist Jack Berry recently released his second album, Mean Machine. Jack Berry combines alternative rock with blues influences to create an album of music totally unlike your average song on the radio. This album features very prominent guitar riffs that fans of artists such