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Music Review: Kings of the Brushwood Thicket – ‘The Lies You Leave Behind’

TRINIDAD, CUBA - MAY 8, 2014: Man playing the guitar in front of one of the colonial buildings. Cuban music is an attraction for the over 2 million tourists who go to Cuba each year.

The eight other tracks on ‘The Lies You Leave Behind’ are what one would expect after last month’s (Elliott Smith-sounding) single release, "He Was a Man". Read More »

Music Review: Nic Nassuet – ‘Eleutherios’

Nic Nassuet

Nassuet’s ‘Eleutherios’ features solid instrumentation, interesting melodies, and a unique mixture of sounds and styles. Read More »

Music Review: Mpathy – ‘The Golden Boy’ EP

The Golden Boy

Only one of three tracks created by Mpathy delivers. Read More »

Music Review: Slim Loris – ‘Love and Fear’

Slim Loris' 'Love and Fear'

Slim Loris brings together songs both for the sunniest and darkest of days. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘AG Drive Soundtrack’

Angry Birds Drive

A game soundtrack with a driving beat that makes for a good plain listen. Read More »

Music Review: The Morning Birds – “Jimmy Dean” Single

The-Morning-Birds

Contrasting layers and styles are smoothly put together in "Jimmy Dean". Read More »

Music Review: Secondborn – ‘Symbols’ EP

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Secondborn is refreshing early 2000’s of emo-rock with an alternative rock flair. Read More »

Music Review: Ryan Adams – ‘Live at Carnegie Hall’

Ryan Adams - Live at Carnegie Hall

If you love Ryan Adams at all, this is a wonderful release if you are able to get your hands on it - the live album will be available to purchase April 21. Read More »

Music Review: The Unravelling – “Revolt” Single

The Unravelling

"Revolt" marks The Unravelling’s comeback after a health-related hiatus. Read More »

Music Review: The Splashing Pearls – ‘Tabloid Tales’

The Splashing Pearls

Can you imagine successfully putting together ukulele, bass, and steel drums for a band? Read More »