“Dear California” by Water District, Song Review

Water District is a band out of LA, and has been on the scene since early 2012. Their latest single, “Dear California,” showcases their experiences as well as promotes their growth as a band. With sweet lyrics and interesting instrumentals, “Dear California” draws you in and shows you everything that Water District has to offer. … Continue reading “Dear California” by Water District, Song Review

“To Where Tengger Leads Me” by Nature Ganganbaigal, Album Review

Nature Ganganbaigal is a Mongolian Folk Music Composer, from the band Tengger Cavalry. Recently, he came out with a solo album titled To Where Tengger Leads Me. The album and his previous works have given him international praise, as well as features in American film festivals like Victoria TX Film Fest and RXSM Film Expo. … Continue reading “To Where Tengger Leads Me” by Nature Ganganbaigal, Album Review

“The Rope” by Bitter’s Kiss, Song Review

Chloe Baker is the heart and soul behind the new band Bitter’s Kiss. A singer songwriter from New Jersey, Bitter’s Kiss was a project started to showcase Chloe’s many talents. “The Rope” is a song off of her debut self titled album. This shockingly dark but beautiful song captures your attention from the first note … Continue reading “The Rope” by Bitter’s Kiss, Song Review

“Tragedy Will Find You” by Counterparts, Album Review

Tragedy Will Find Us is the new album from Counterparts, a heavy metal Canadian energy with a lot to say and a great way of saying it. It’s not an inspiring, uplifting album – as title Tragedy Will Find Us might suggest. Even though it’s not entirely on the positive side of things, Tragedy Will Find … Continue reading “Tragedy Will Find You” by Counterparts, Album 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

“The Unveiling” by Rimi, EP Review

The Unveiling is the debut from artist Rimi, an Indian-American singer based out of Los Angeles, California. The goal of The Unveiling, as read on their BandCamp page, was to blend Indian pop music with Western. That’s just a simple way of putting it. In blending the two genres that are usually seen as totally … Continue reading “The Unveiling” by Rimi, EP Review

“Big Vacation” by Run Forever, Review

Run Forever is an indie-rock band preparing to release their third album later this year through No Sleep Records. In preparation for the new album, Run Forever are releasing a 7” single called Big Vacation to be released July 10th through No Sleep Records. The songs off of Big Vacation aren’t exactly going to be … Continue reading “Big Vacation” by Run Forever, Review

“Friendly Enemies” by Jule Vera, EP Review

Friendly Enemies is the new EP from Jule Vera. To give you an idea about what they sound like, picture something like a mix of early Paramore infused with certain elements of classical music. In the alternative rock scene, their music isn’t a breath of fresh air. But just a glimmer of hope in what … Continue reading “Friendly Enemies” by Jule Vera, EP Review

“Delilah Sings Sarah + 1: A Tribute to Sarah Vaughan” by Delilah, EP Review

Delilah is a singer songwriter out of Budapest, Hungary. She’s been performing since the age of 10, and has an immeasurable amount of talent. Delilah is also a huge fan of Sarah Vaughan, an American jazz singer-songwriter just as memorable as Frank Sinatra. Delilah is paying tribute to the great singer in the form of … Continue reading “Delilah Sings Sarah + 1: A Tribute to Sarah Vaughan” by Delilah, EP Review

“Homesick/Roadsick” by Versus the World, Album Review

Versus the World’s new album, Homesick/Roadsick is a truly amazing experience, with a unique concept about it. The whole album is based around the concepts mentioned in the title – being sick for home and being sick for the road at the same time, a struggle that the members of Versus the World should know … Continue reading “Homesick/Roadsick” by Versus the World, Album Review