“Sparkle Sparkle” by Holy White Hounds: Album Review

Sometimes you start an album, and end up surprised by the end of it. This new album from Holy White Hounds is one of those times for me, and in the most delightful of ways. A nice, classic rock sound at the start, Sparkle Sparkle quickly swept me  away on a fantastic audio journey that was absolutely … Continue reading “Sparkle Sparkle” by Holy White Hounds: Album 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

“Inuti Finns Utopi” by Körsbärsfettera: Album Review

Music can transcend language. Which is just a really pretty way of forewarning all the folks out there that today's review is sung in Swedish, since there are those who aren't comfortable with listening to music in languages they don't themselves speak. I don't rally take issue with it, but I do need to be in … Continue reading “Inuti Finns Utopi” by Körsbärsfettera: Album 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

“Squeeze” by Foxall: Single Review

We have the pleasure of coming into contact with some interesting sounds here at Music Unlabeled, but there is always some so enrapturing about an artist that has a fantastic acoustic sound. "Squeeze" is a single from a group called Foxall that is absolutely enrapturing. The track is evocative and holds a steady pace though its … Continue reading “Squeeze” by Foxall: Single Review

“All Inside Your Head” by Mi’das: Album Review

Since I'm always excited to hear new material from Mi'das, this album was a real treat for me. We've featured singles by Mi'das before here on Music Unlabeled, and I take great delight in adding an album review for All Inside Your Head to our coverage of him. It's a wonderful album from the start, and draws … Continue reading “All Inside Your Head” by Mi’das: Album Review

“Fever Dreams” by Dog Brain: EP Review

Dog Brain is always a delight, and I can't deny I tend to get excited at the mere thought of new content from them. Fever Dreams is no different, and delivers everything that I've come to expect from Dog Brain beautifully. Released earlier this year, this EP is a great place to jump in if you haven't … Continue reading “Fever Dreams” by Dog Brain: EP Review

“Mobile Orchestra” by Owl City: Album review

So, Mobile Orchestra has been released, but I just got to a point where I could sit down and listen to it for a review since I've been doing a lot of visiting and traveling about this summer so it took me a week to get back to real heavy duty work. All the same, I'm … Continue reading “Mobile Orchestra” by Owl City: Album review

“Cut The Cord” by Shinedown: Single Review

Shinedown always puts out some ridiculously emotive songs that really catch the ear most of the time. They're a group that I often enjoy listening to whenever the mood strikes, and so for today's review we'll be focusing on a single they released last week. It's been harried on both ends lately, so I don't … Continue reading “Cut The Cord” by Shinedown: Single Review

“Too Little Too Late” by Mi’das: Single Review

Mi'das is another new artist that has earned a spot in the review section of Music Unlabeled, and that's great because i love discovering new music! His recent single, "Too Little Too Late" is off of his recent EP Stronger. Interestingly, Stronger is part of (and happens to conclude) a series titled "Story So Far". With this sort … Continue reading “Too Little Too Late” by Mi’das: Single Review