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Music Review: Ajay Mathur – ‘9 to 3’

Ajay Mathur '9 to 3'

A good effort that could make do with some major fine-tuning. Read More »

Music Review: Scott Krokoff – ‘Realizations and Declarations, Vol. 2’ EP

'Realizations and Clarations Vol. 2' by Scott Krokoff

In a world of old styles clashing with new fads, the familiarity Scott Krokoff pulls off will be welcomed by many. Read More »

Music Review: Magnificent Birds of Prey – ‘Kaleidoscope’

'Kaleidoscope' by Magnificent Birds of Prey

Each track on 'Kaleidoscope' is powerful, melodic, and will capture listeners' attention. Read More »

Music Review: Charlie Sayles – ‘Charlie Sayles and the Blues Disciples’ (Featuring Tony Fazio)

Charlie Sayles

Charlie Sayles goes back to the roots of blues music with a simple, yet rich sound. Read More »

Music Review: no:carrier – ‘Ghosts of the West Coast’ EP

no:carrier 'Ghosts Of The West Coast'

no:carrier's 'Ghosts of the West Coast' brings out the inner darkness of three well-known tracks. Read More »

Music Review: Louise Aubrie – ‘Late 44’

Louise Aubrie 'Late 44'

The familiarity of each track encourages listeners to pay close attention to their lyrics. Read More »

Music Review: dsfečo – ‘Watch It Sparkle’ EP

dsfečo's 'Watch It Sparkle'

‘Watch It Sparkle’ is radical and confusing. Read More »

Music Review: Delta Deep – ‘Delta Deep’

Delta Deep

Delta Deep’s self-titled album is a great rock album with blues, soul, and funk mixed in. Read More »

Music Review: Kevin Jenkins – ‘Til the Story’s Told’

Kevin Jenkins 'Til The Story's Told'

Kevin Jenkins’ collection of nine blue R&B tracks make for a great listen. Read More »

Music Review: Direct Divide – ‘Own Your Ocean’ EP

Direct Divide "Own Your Ocean"

The three tracks in this EP that manage to match instrumentation and vocals to melody are worth the listen. Read More »