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Music Review: Maroon 5 – ‘V’

Maroon 5

Maroon 5 uses 'V' to grab music elements from every walk of pop life and stamp it as their own. It's a tour through audio addiction. Read More »

Music Review: Backhand – ‘Through the Turbulence’


The Venezuela-based Backhand is a proficient prog rock ensemble that closely emulates their '70s inspirations. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘Four Horns and a Lush Life’ [Remastered]

four horns

When you hear this set of a dozen classic tunes, you have to wonder why this kind of sound isn’t heard more often. Read More »

Music Review: EG Kight – ‘A New Day’

EG Kight - A New Day

EG Kight is back with a strong and engaging new CD. Read More »

Music Review: Conte Condoli – ‘Sincerely, Conti’ (Remastered, Reissued)


Conte Condoli, Conti Condoli: spell it as you like, either way, "Sincerely Conti" spells great jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Ryan Adams – ‘Ryan Adams’

Ryan Adams - Self-Titled (2014 CD)

Ryan Adams' long-awaited follow-up to 'Ashes & Fire' features one of Tom Petty's Heartbreakers, but more importantly, it's got catchy pop rock gems that the likes of Petty and Paul Westerberg fans may dig. Read More »

Music Review: Sid Griffin – ‘The Trick Is to Breathe’

The Trick Is to Breathe

Sid Griffin's gentle new album is full of witty and ironic observations on love, war, and the music business. Read More »

Music Review: Billy Roberts and the Rough Riders – ‘The Last Of The Originals’

Billy Roberts and the Rough Riders

'The Last Of The Originals’ is far from being just a country album. Read More »

Music Review: Julie Kelly – ‘Happy to Be’

julie kelly

Kelly is a singer who knows her way around a lyric and puts that knowledge into her performance. Read More »

Music Review: Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson – ‘Thick as a Brick – Live in Iceland’ [Blu-ray + CD]

Thick As A Brick - Live in Iceland

Despite a good performance, Ian Anderson's 'Thick as a Brick - Live in Iceland' isn't an indispensable addition to the Jethro Tull canon. Read More »