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Emma DeCorsey releases EP

  Balancing aggressive riff rock with bittersweet melodies and ironic lyrics isn’t an easy task for even the most experienced of studio veterans in music, but in Emma DeCorsey’s new extended play The Dream, the Brooklyn-based singer and songwriter makes the entire concept appear all too simple....

The Blackmail Seduction

The Blackmail Seduction release Sophomore release

Jess McClellan and the other three members of The Blackmail Seduction play as an unit from the first and it’s a welcome relief; with McClellan’s prime role in the band’s songwriting and position as the band’s singer, The Blackmail Seduction could easily sound like a...

The-Eyebrows

Volume by The Eyebrows

By John McCall   Volume, by The Eyebrows, from North Carolina, is the project of guitarist Jay Carrigan and drummer Shawn Lynch, along with Darrin Gray. The producer involved on this release is REM’s Mitch Easter, for a radically familiar sounding album that only Easter himself can achieve,...

crack of dawn

Crack of Dawn release Spotlight

By: John McCall When you’ve been involved in the music industry for as long as the dedicated group of musicians behind the moniker that is Canada’s fabled R&B powerhouse Crack of Dawn have been, keeping the same level of engagement that you had with your core audience...

COUCH JACKETS

Text by: John McCall Couch Jackets are a band of their own mystery, and their new album, Go To Bed, is no exception to that rule. They come from Arkansas with a sense of diversity not found often enough in today’s musical landscape. They mix a lot...

Sister Speaks

Sister Speak – The Stand

Text by: John McCall Elegantly produced by Avli Avliav and composed by lead singer Sherri Anne, Sister Speak’s The Stand starts off with “New York Sunrise,” which opens in the shadow of a stirring piano part that instantly demands our full attention from its very inception. We’re awash with...

The Color Forty Nine

By James Olsen The Color Forty Nine are a group with much to describe about on their first release. Front man, Phil Beaumont, for instance plays the bass but finds a baritone ukulele much easier to travel with, making it the first album that way. Matt Resovich plays...

Sule - Love Me

Sule – “Love Me”

By: Lance Wright The latest single from songwriter/musician/vocalist Sule, “Love Me”, is one of the most ingratiating new singles anyone will likely hear in 2018. Sule has logged years and miles working and sharing stages with some of the greatest performers in popular music such as...

Pale Monsters – Are You Feeling Alive?

By: Mike Yoder   Boston’s Pale Monsters first hit public notice with their 2016 debut EP Take What You Can Take and immediately garnered praise for their boisterous and often emotional indie rock sound. Chris Mulvey is the primary songwriting force behind the project, but you never...

Handsome Karnivore – The Chaotic Static Between Shadow and Substance 

 By: Joshua Stryde Handsome Karnivore’s second studio release The Chaotic Static Between Shadow and Substance further solidifies the quartet’s claim that they are among the most promising rock acts rising through the ranks today. The baker’s dozen worth of songs on the band’s latest release is...