“Today” by Pamela Hute: EP Review

Today is an EP that has an album following in its wake. With the promise of more music coming in just a few months, the EP draws attention quickly. It was easy to settle in and press play to see what exactly this EP sounded like, instead of trying to guess.  I was pleasantly surprised at the … Continue reading “Today” by Pamela Hute: EP 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

“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

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

REVIEW: “Let It Rain” by Unconscious Disturbance

The latest EP from Unconscious Disturbance can be compared to the taste samples at the grocery store. Its primary job is to get you wanting more, and that’s exactly what Let It Rain does. The EP features just three songs – “Eye To Eye,” “Scream,” and the title track “Let It Rain.” Each song is … Continue reading REVIEW: “Let It Rain” by Unconscious Disturbance

“Wild At Heart” by Western Daughter: EP Review

Sometimes there's a sound that's not quite acoustic, but not heavily edited to flow smoothly either. It's rarely a bad sound, and it certainly pops out a little more when you hear it. Today's EP from Western Daughter has that sound, and they use it expertly. The EP has a very raw feeling and plays off … Continue reading “Wild At Heart” by Western Daughter: EP Review

“salt ‘n long distance” by Foxall: EP review

Last week we covered a new single from Foxall. This week we get to share with you their new EP, releasing this Friday, May 6! Having already captivated me with "Squeeze", I'm reasonably excited to hear the other three songs off this EP and get a better grasp on the group's sound. Staying within the … Continue reading “salt ‘n long distance” by Foxall: EP review

Kinky Rhino’s self-titled EP: A Review

With a name that certainly captures the attention, Kinky Rhino easily finds a spot in my mind as a group that deserves to be listened to. Founded by members of  The Blue Man Group band, this EP has a definite Nirvana feel to it in places. With an energetic garage rock sound, Kinky Rhino delivers … Continue reading Kinky Rhino’s self-titled EP: A Review

“Savage Fantastic” by Lucky Jukebox Brigade: EP Review

Wandering through music you haven't heard before can be hit or miss. If you're open to anything, you'll find a lot more hits than misses. Some take time to become a hit. Others, like this new EP from Lucky Jukebox Brigade, are instantly hits after only a few notes. That's part of what makes new … Continue reading “Savage Fantastic” by Lucky Jukebox Brigade: EP Review

Self-Titled EP by Bad Reed, Review

Released around a year ago and sent in for submission recently, Bad Reed’s self-titled EP is filled with potential and intrigue. One of the most unique things about the self-titled EP is that there’s no song that sounds alike. While guitars and vocals are the driving instruments on the EP, the composition and melodies are … Continue reading Self-Titled EP by Bad Reed, Review