D. Gabrielle has been writing online articles through some of the biggest venues for the better part of the last decade. Among the articles she has written, her favorites have been those regarding and rooted in the music industry, from album and concert reviews to artist profiles. She is an avid amateur photographer and loves to include her own photography with her articles where possible, especially with concert reviews and recaps. Her favorite musical subject is Chicago's alt rockers, Kill Hannah and she has published several profiles and reviews of their work. Find her on Twitter @dgabrielejensen and Google+ at +DGabrielleJensen
After nine years, Kill Hannah shows no signs of slowing down their annual New Heart for Christmas celebration.
Kris Allen successfully applies his unique style to five holiday favorites.
Kill Hannah and do312.com have opened a contest for one lucky band to open for the annual New Heart for Christmas event.
Vajra offers something unique for fans of melodic prog rock.
Amanda "AFP" Palmer continues to thumb her nose at convention with how she is selling her new album.
Scarlet Hollow's first full-length release falls just short of its potential.
Vulture Kult is working to return listeners to the heyday of hard rock anthems.
Three years after their first EP hit stores, Monks of Mellonwah will release their debut full-length album in early 2013.
Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard's solo album is a solid delivery but lacks innovation.
The Birthday Massacre offer another spooky synth collection just in time for Halloween.