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Music Review: Attik Door – ‘Never in Agreement’

Attik Door's 'Never in Agreement'

Attik Door’s 'Never in Agreement' would fill the void of those who miss the early days of No Doubt. Read More »

Music Review: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – ‘Chasing Yesterday’

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

Overall, 'Chasing Yesterday' is a highly recommended album, more so if you are an Oasis fan. Read More »

Music Review: Delilah – ‘Sarah + 1: A Tribute to Sarah Vaughan’ – EP

'Sarah + 1: A Tribute to Sarah Vaughan'

Here's a look at the latest modern take on three of the late Sarah Vaughan’s classic songs and one other seminal, very well-known track. Read More »

Music Review: TJ Doyle – ‘On the Horizon’

TJ Doyle's 'On the Horizon'

‘On the Horizon’ provides a comfortable listen for listeners seeking a simple formula that delivers. Read More »

Music Review: Aradia – ‘Citizen of Earth’

Aradia's 'Citizen of Earth'

‘Citizen of Earth’ is an interesting listen for fans of experimental electronic music bringing together a varied palette of sounds. Read More »

Music Review: Ships Have Sailed – ‘Moodswings’

Ships Have Sailed

‘Moodswings’ remains a lighthearted full-length album even in the midst of its most somber tracks. Read More »

Music Review: Vince Grant – ‘My Depression Is Always Trying to Kill Me’ – EP

'My Depression Is Always Trying to Kill Me'

‘My Depression Is Always Trying to Kill Me’ is quite a tongue-in-cheek name for an EP inspired by such a dark topic. Read More »

Music Review: Vanilla Fudge – ‘Spirit of ’67’

Spirit of '67 (via Cleopatra)

With 'Spirit of '67," Vanilla Fudge have crafted an album that pays tribute to one of the finest years in music history. Read More »

Music Reviews: Jazz From Christian Finger, Jack Mouse and Scott Robinson, and NYSQ


These jazz artists take different directions. Read More »

Music Review: Sir Cadian Rhythm – ‘Sir Cadian Rhythm’

Sir Cadian Rhythm

‘Sir Cadian Rhythm’ is a great EP that welcomes to the indie scene a new band with a lot of potential. Read More »