Bombadil: Tarpits And Canyonlands

The re-release of Bombadil’s first full-length album, Tarpits And Canyonlands, is a variety of indie folk rock tracks, with both worldly and minimal instrumentation that delve into a variety of relatable is...

Speak: Pedals

The first half of Speak’s sophomore release, Pedals, is full of heavy dance and electronic music influences, including some beats and sounds that sound like they belong from Kanye West’s Yeezus. However, th...

Eric Johnson: Europe Live

If there is one thing that sets great guitar players apart from the rest, it is their ability to transform studio recordings into improvised works of musical art during live performances. On Europe Live, vi...

Cancers: Fatten The Leeches

Behind a wall of heavily distorted guitar riffs and melodies, Cancers’ debut album, Fatten The Leeches, is a throwback to the grunge, punk and pop sounds of the 1990s. Their influence is apparent, channelin...