Albums

Eddie Spaghetti: The Value Of Nothing

It’s not easy for a member of a band to try and go solo; it’s even harder to go solo and actually be successful. That’s exactly what Eddie Spaghetti, a member of the Supersuckers rock band, has tried to do ...

Conditions: Full Of War

Conditions are a four-piece rock band from Richmond, Virginia. Their sophomore release, Full Of War, is one that advances the group musically. There is a camaraderie that adds to the band’s level of musicia...

Van Dyke Parks: Songs Cycled

While it can be traced back to a number of specific historic styles, the music of Van Dyke Parks is highly distinctive and, on Songs Cycled, is used in such a variety of moods and flavors that it is in no d...

Louna: Behind A Mask

Louna are a hard rock band from Moscow, Russia. After forming in 2008, the group has quickly exploded onto the Russian music scene. They have taken 10 hits from their two CDs already released, and adapted t...

Shannon McNally: Small Town Talk

Small Town Talk is a tribute album to Cajun songwriter Bobby Charles. As I’m unfamiliar with the man himself, I don’t have the authority to call McNally’s renditions definitive reinventions. However, given ...

Division 1.1: With A Vengeance

Division 1.1 are a metal band from Middlesex, NJ. Drawing influences from bands like Black Sabbath and Pantera, amongst others, Division 1.1 are an explosive combination of their favorite groups. With A Ven...

Open Air Studio: Primates

After merely 11 years, Open Air Stereo released their debut album, Primates. Opening with a 60-second instrumental track that can be easily compared to music from Angels And Airwaves, Primates is a bright p...

Adrenaline Mob: Coverta

Adrenaline Mob is the latest project and supergroup formed by Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy, with Symphony X’s Russell Allen on vocals. Following their debut album, Omerta, the band released Coverta in...

Jo Henley: The Fall Comes Early

If there’s one thing about The Fall Comes Early that I’m thankful for, it’s how inaccurate the expectations set by the prevailing bleakness of both the cover art and the song titles are. For in the hands of...
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