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Music Review: Heather Powell – ‘A Haze of Grays and Blues’

Heather Powell

Heather Powell’s crystal clear vocals easily carry the 10 tracks in this, her second album. Read More »

Music Review: Mark Maze – ‘Uncomfortable Truths’

Mark Maze's 'Uncomfortable Truths'

Mark Maze’s ‘Uncomfortable Truths’ offers a strong collection of radio-friendly tracks. Read More »

Music Review: Liz Graham – “Charcoal on a Canvas” Single

Liz Graham - Charcoal on a Canvas

Liz Graham releases a new single that could easily pass for an early Cranberries offering. Read More »

Music Review: Rock Masters Band – “Diamonds”/”Hit The City” [Singles]

Rock Masters Band's 'Hit the City'

Rock Masters Band bring classic sounds back with their two new singles. Read More »

Music Review: Dust on the Radio – ‘Halfway to the Stars’ EP

Dust on the Radio

While the melodies on this EP make it an easy listen, the lyrics make it anything but. Read More »

Music Review: Joan Torres’s All Is Fused – ‘The Beginning’

Joan Torres's All Is Fused

This jazz album features great instrumentation and mostly lighthearted, upbeat tracks. Read More »

Music Review: The Torn Images – ‘Reviver’

The Torn Images - 'Reviver'

‘Reviver’ is a solid contribution to the indie rock genre that blends together classic influences such as Nirvana and a sound unique to the band. Read More »

Music Review: G2P – ‘G2P’ EP

G2P

This six-track EP makes for a solid beginning for G2P. Read More »

Music Review: Ethan Jano – ‘I’ll Be Fine’

Ethan Jano's 'I'll Be Fine'

Ethan Jano’s debut album is a collection of 12 tracks featuring an interesting mix of simplicity in the instrumentation with complexity in the vocal delivery and in the lyrics. Read More »

Music Review: The Kiss That Took A Trip – ‘Electroforest’

Electroforest

A mostly instrumental, experimental, post-rock album that puts together various musical influences in a way that sounds both unique and familiar. Read More »