INTERVIEW: Oscar Rodriguez of Albis

You might recognize the name Albis from the single or album review we did recently here on Music Unlabeled. We also got the opportunity to sit down with Oscar Rodriguez and ask him a few questions relating to his work. You've been playing with a softer side when compared to some of your previous works. … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Oscar Rodriguez of Albis

INTERVIEW: Izzy Gliksberg of Late Sea

I was recently swept off my feet while listening to Late Sea's "The Great White." It was a beautiful journey that I still say is better heard than described. So it was with some excitement that I sat down with Izzy Gliksberg for a quick interview. You've described your EP, The Writers Trilogy, as an … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Izzy Gliksberg of Late Sea

INTERVIEW: Brian Larney and John Radzin of Lines West

  Yesterday, I got the opportunity to sit down with Brian Larney and John Radzin of Indie-Pop band Lines West to chat about their upcoming album, The Ghost For You, out on October 17. Having recently done a review for the single "Head Start" off of the album, I was incredibly excited to have the opportunity to talk with … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Brian Larney and John Radzin of Lines West

“Upside Down” by Set It Off: Album Review

We get a lot of fun opportunities here at Music Unlabeled, and it can be a little topsy turvy at times. Still, that rush of excitement at a new email in the inbox doesn't let up. And so it was when Set It Off's new album showed up in my inbox. It goes without saying that I … Continue reading “Upside Down” by Set It Off: Album Review

“The Age of Envy” by Cale and the Gravity Well: Album Review

Energy is an important part of any form of music. It can make or break a track or album. When it's right, it's always a fantastic journey that keeps a listener coming back for more and more and more. The Age of Envy, the debut album from Cale and the Gravity Well, is an album that … Continue reading “The Age of Envy” by Cale and the Gravity Well: Album Review

Saint Adeline’s Self-Titled EP Review

I try and start my Mondays off with music. It's important that I always have time for music, no matter what. Music Unlabeled makes that goal a little easier, and brings groups like Saint Adeline to my attention. I'm always excited to give new music a chance, and I'm very rarely let down by the … Continue reading Saint Adeline’s Self-Titled EP Review

“The Great White” by Late Sea: Single Review

A lot of interesting music ends up in my inbox these days. Late Sea is one of many, but they certainly stand out from the pack after listening to their first single off their upcoming visual album, The Writers Trilogy. "The Great White" is dedicated to poet Paul Celan, and it is an experience that is … Continue reading “The Great White” by Late Sea: Single Review

“Animals” by Albis: EP Review

Recently Albis was brought to my attention, and I found myself in love with the beautiful melodies that made up the "Redwoods" single. So it was with a lot of excitement that I settled in to the EP that dropped today. Animals might be a quick listen, but it makes every second worth it with the same … Continue reading “Animals” by Albis: EP Review

“Head Start” by Lines West: Single Review

One boon of Music Unlabeled is that my inbox is literally full of interesting music these days, both my personal and the general MU email. Lines West is one of many groups that have found their way through to my email, and I am honestly delighted to have this opportunity to share them with you. … Continue reading “Head Start” by Lines West: Single Review

A Review of The Chris Paterno Band’s Self-Titled EP

Earlier this month, we featured a single by the Chris Paterno Band that captivated my ears and made me extremely eager to hear more from them. Luckily, their new EP is set to be released tomorrow! And I am delighted to be able to share my thoughts with you on it, because it definitely holds … Continue reading A Review of The Chris Paterno Band’s Self-Titled EP