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Music Review: Denise Donatelli – ‘Find a Heart’

Denise Donatelli

Donatelli, and by extension, Keezer, are on to something with 'Find a Heart,' and it will be much fun for us to find it with them. Read More »

Music Review: Stephen Inglis – ‘Learning You By Heart’

Stephen Inglis 'Learning You By Heart'

‘Learning You By Heart’ is a simply built album filled with complex sounds and textures. Read More »

Music Review: Sonic Disorder – ‘Human Kind’


Armed with a new singer, Boston hard rock band Sonic Disorder brings the usual heavy goods along with some new sounds to their long-awaited new and second album. Read More »

Music Review: We Are Ardent – ‘Bright Shadows from Dark Lights’ EP

We Are Ardent Bright Shadows From Dark Lights

We Are Ardent have chosen their band name very well. Read More »

Music Review: Fiona Boyes – ‘Box and Dice’

Courtesy of Fiona Boyes

This Australian import demonstrates how delightful and innovative stripped-down blues can be. Read More »

TBD Fest 2015: Preview (September 18-20, 2015)


Tyler the Creator, Pretty Lights, and Chromeo headline this year's TBD Fest in West Sacramento, California, September 18-20. Read More »

Music Review: Chris Pasin – ‘Random Acts of Kindness’

Chris Pasin Random Acts of Kindness jazz trumpet

Trumpeter Chris Pasin and his band take inspiration from eastern music, traditional western tunesmithing, and free-form jazz to craft an original sound that pushes intellectual and emotional buttons alike. Read More »

Music Review: Samuel Claiborne – ‘Love, Lust and Genocide’

Samuel Claiborne's "Love, Lust, and Genocide"

‘Love, Lust and Genocide’ comes off as a meditation on America’s current condition. Read More »

Music Review: William Schimmel – ‘Theater of the Accordion’


William Schimmel’s latest, 'Theater of the Accordion,' takes the instrument to heights that demand respect. Read More »

Music Review: Debris of Titan – ‘On the Home Slope’

Debris of Titan 'On The Home Slope'

The well-crafted tracks on ‘On the Home Slope’ were built on a good creation story. Read More »