Reviews

Martin Carr: The Breaks

Martin Carr is commonly known for his time as the principle songwriter and guitarist for the UK band The Boo Radleys, but for over a decade Carr has been releasing music on his own. The singer-songwriter ha...

We Were Promised Jetpacks: Unravelling

Highly renowned by their peers for their innovative and mesmerizing delivery, Scotland’s We Were Promised Jetpacks have truly defined themselves amongst the modern alternative rock community over the years....

Reigning Sound: Shattered

Reigning Sound released Shattered, their follow-up to 2009’s Love And Curses, back in July. However, Shattered feels more like a late August/early September record, like something I’d rock out to on the fir...

Robert Hunter @ City Winery

MANHATTAN, NY—On "Ripple," Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter sang, "Let there be songs to fill the air," and so he did at the City Winery where he added a creaky, folksy edge to a catalogue of tunes that...

Katy Perry @ Madison Square Garden

MANHATTAN, NY—From teenage gospel singer to 29-year-old pop sensation, Katy Perry brought her Prismatic tour to Madison Square Garden on July 9. Katy’s shows are known for her creative stage themes. Afte...

In The Valley Below: The Belt

For L.A. duo In The Valley Below, getting emotional is not contradictory to a stylish and glamorous sound. In fact, the band combines the two vividly to formulate a record that is equal parts sentimental an...

Zak Smith: Signs Of Life

Zak Smith has had no problem making a name in the New Jersey music scene, and the singer-songwriter has continued to release music since 2007. The Montclair native has provided his live performance to audie...

Joshua Worden: Into Fog

Proudly Atlanta-based is Joshua Worden, an indie/electronic artist and producer who takes being a solo act very seriously. On top of writing and arranging his own music, Worden also records all of his track...
*/ ?>