Dateline: D. Gabrielle Jensen
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
Motherhood has not softened the edges on pop rocker P!nk as she releases her sixth studio album.
The Dresden Files combines the detective genre with urban fantasy for a thrill ride that shows no signs of stopping.
This web series strives for Seinfeldian mediocrity, but achieves only actual mediocrity.
Get the goods on five different bands with five different musical styles who deserve your attention.
Everclear's latest release is strongly reminiscent of their early years.
Linkin Park have once again waged a war on convention in their fifth studio release.
The fifth studio album from Canadian quartet Metric asks listeners to distinguish the real from the artificial.
The second studio effort from Canada's Japandroids thunders through its short eight tracks, but is it to the album's benefit?
Four music industry veterans team up for an unscripted interview podcast show.
Garbage returns after seven years and picks up perfectly where they left off.