Donald Gibson is a freelance music journalist and the publisher of WriteOnMusic.com. His work has appeared at No Depression, Spinner, Cinema Blend, The Seattle Post Intelligencer, Something Else! Reviews, Salon.com, and Blogcritics, where he was the Senior Music Editor (2011-2012) and Assistant Music Editor (2008-2011). He holds a B.A. in English from the University of South Florida. He can be reached at: email@example.com
Karmin finds favor in social-networking sites, which have become ubiquitous in the music world.
Karmin has gained a considerable following by covering other artists, but with the release of their debut single, the onus is now on them to deliver in their own right.
With an abundance of outlets available for listeners to discover new music, Karmin sought to capitalize on the internet's potential.
This two-disc deluxe edition is a doozy, and well worth seeking out.
Karmin comes alive in this new Blogcritics feature, which follows this duo's journey from internet sensations to their recent signing with Epic Records.
One of music’s most singular songwriters and storytellers is given a fitting tribute that everyone can enjoy.
Loaded with Seger classics, this two-disc retrospective is solid, like a rock.
Still bad to the bone, the blues rocker talks about his latest album and why he still believes in FM radio.
An unlikely array of artists salute Tres Hombres from Texas.
Downtime is hard to come by for a band as on the rise as Dawes, who is touring in support of one of the year's best albums.