“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

“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

“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

“Redwoods” by Albis: Single Review

Music can tame the mind and the soul. It's nice to be able to vanish into the folds of a song you've loved for a long time, or the deepest corners of a new track. It's incredibly freeing to let yourself fall into the abyss of notes and vocals, especially when the track is from … Continue reading “Redwoods” by Albis: Single Review

“Facade” by Dreams of Vertigo: Single Review

Mondays always seem to fare a little better when you start with good music. This track from Dreams of Vertigo that features Tony Lovato certainly fits the bill with ease. It certainly made my Monday a lot better than it would have been without it, because I was in love with the track as soon … Continue reading “Facade” by Dreams of Vertigo: Single Review

“Summertime Again” by HERITAGE: Video Review

Summer is starting to wind to a close and the autumn weather looms upon us. There is little we can do to change the weather around us, but a good song can easily make all sorts of weather feel like it's just gone away. HERITAGE's song "Summertime Again" most definitely lives up to its name, … Continue reading “Summertime Again” by HERITAGE: Video Review

“Lover, When You Gonna Come?” by The Chris Paterno Band: Single Review

My parents played a lot of country music when I was little, so I find myself constantly in love with a good folk or twangy sound even if my tastes have strayed from what I loved in my childhood days. And Philadelphia based group, The Chris Paterno Band, delivers beautifully with a blend of rock, … Continue reading “Lover, When You Gonna Come?” by The Chris Paterno Band: Single Review

“1000 Lives” by Comrad: Single Review

My taste in music leaves me open to hearing just about anything. That's part of why this site exists. there's so much music in the world to hear that it would be a shame to not give any artist I come across a chance. And artist like Comrad make it worth the chances taken when … Continue reading “1000 Lives” by Comrad: Single Review

“Open Heart Failure” by Of Clocks And Clouds: Single Review

It's been a wild time for me lately, so it's nice to be able to lose myself in a review finally. I'm at one of those points where I literally have no clue what I want to listen to until I'm already listening, so for something new to grab me it has got to be … Continue reading “Open Heart Failure” by Of Clocks And Clouds: Single Review