The Sewing Circle: I Saw Stars

Their sweet-as-molasses sound is what sets The Sewing Circle apart from other bands. This is a short album of only five songs, but it’s a high quality release. Each song could stand on its own as a single, ...
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Memphis: Home Bound

Memphis’ simple approach to melody and songwriting is what makes them so great. Their melodies conjure up feelings of any easier time long past, yet vividly played out in memories and tales. Torquil Campbell’s ...

Joe Bonamassa: Dust Bowl

The greatest guitarist you’ve never heard is Joe Bonamassa. What is really interesting about Joe is that he draws his main blues influence from the Irish and English blues musicians even though he’s an Amer...

DevilDriver: Beast

Groove metal veterans DevilDriver have done it again with their fifth release, Beast. For a band that’s released so many albums in such a short span of time—eight years—they’ve managed to make Beast a moder...
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Kids Of 88: Retro Dreams

These guys can take anything of the yesteryear, even the worst of the yesterday, and make it groovy. On their EP they even make a disco/funk sample catchy rather than kitsch. Pop rehash has never sounded so goo...

Deadlock: Bizarro World

Bavarian death metallers Deadlock provide a strange mix of genres on their fourth album, Bizzaro World. What makes this album so strange is their schizophrenic genre hopping tendencies. One second I think I...