“Rise Now” by Jamil Kassam: Lyric Video Review

There is something incredibly relaxing about a well done lyric video. There is something incredibly pleasing when the lyric video stands up to the music that it is meant to represent. This particular video for "Rise Now" by Jamil Kassam certainly hits all the high points for a wonderful lyric video. With subtle notes that … Continue reading “Rise Now” by Jamil Kassam: Lyric Video Review

“Taking A Turn For The Worst” by Feyer: Single Review

I know I've said it before, and I'll say it again, I love coming in at a debut. I love the sheer amount of opportunity that is presented with a debut, and with his first album, titled Signals Internalized, coming up, Feyer more than qualifies to earn a bit of excitement from not knowing what to … Continue reading “Taking A Turn For The Worst” by Feyer: Single Review

“The Nurse & The Winemaker” by St VAN CORtLANDt & THE 101: Single Review

I'd be lying if I said this email didn't catch my eye with the band name alone. "The Nurse and The Winemaker" is a song off of their most recent EP, The Lion Tree, which was released towards the end of October. My interest was pretty quickly and pretty easily piqued by the group before I even … Continue reading “The Nurse & The Winemaker” by St VAN CORtLANDt & THE 101: Single Review

“Too Many Men” by BENYARO: Video Review

The recent United States election is at best described as a very contentious subject. No matter where you turn during election season, it seems like there's someone waiting to talk about their opinion with you. Some people are better at talking about politically charged opinions than others. BENYARO manage to balance a variety of intensely … Continue reading “Too Many Men” by BENYARO: Video Review

“Live It Down” by Lines West: Single Review

Just a little while ago I was introduced to this band through a particularly wonderful single, and was lucky enough to have  an interview with them as well! But for the sake of driving a point home about just how enraptured their music made me, I'd like to draw your attention to their latest single … Continue reading “Live It Down” by Lines West: Single Review

“Touch The Ground” by the Chordaes: Album Review

I love coming in at an artist's debut album, because it really sets the stage for anything they release in the future. I am fascinated by the way music grows and changes for a group from their first album to the next and the next and the next. Something about debut album just screams potential … Continue reading “Touch The Ground” by the Chordaes: Album Review

“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