Albums

Young Tongue: Death Rattle

After six years releasing music as The Baker Family, this indie rock group has renamed themselves Young Tongue, and following the release of their EP earlier this year, have now produced their debut full-le...

The Wild Beyond: The Wild Beyond

Ever since rock ‘n’ roll hit the mainstream radio, there’s been an air of chaos surrounding it—chaos that shakes up the pop world. It’s dark and thoughtful, yet loud and outspoken, and that mindset has been...

Brian Lopez: Static Noise

After a two-year-long writing process to follow up his debut album, Ultra, singer-songwriter Brian Lopez is back with the release of his latest record, Static Noise. Lopez takes on a different approach this...

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad: Steady

Throughout the years, we’ve seen reggae paired up with countless genres including rock, ska, pop, dub, and even EDM. Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad have carved a new path, though, by combining reggae with A...

Ben Ottewell: Rattlebag

What’s the recipe for an astounding album? Well, first you take two parts country, equal parts rock ‘n’ roll, then a dash of heart and soul, and finally, find an artist who can exemplify all of this success...

Virginia Wing: Measures Of Joy

With bands constantly emerging from the woodwork, it’s important to make a memorable entrance into the music scene. And with their inimitable debut album, Measures Of Joy, the trio that is Virginia Wing is ...

Faust: j US t

Krautrock; it’s a word not too many people can honestly say they know. It’s experimental, psychedelic, progressive, jazzy, and electronic. It’s a niche genre, and not too many newer bands are willing to div...

Robin Bacior: Water Dreams

Some people find drowning to be one of the most horrific deaths imaginable. Some can interpret it as an artistic interpretation. One might be a bit morbid compared to the other, but both are profound analys...