Black Market Brass: Undying Thirst [Album Review]
Mar24

Black Market Brass: Undying Thirst [Album Review]

Black Market BrassUndying ThirstColemine Records [2020] Black Market Brass is a Minneapolis-based group performing their own brand of originally composed Afrobeat/Afrofunk music, and Undying Thirst is the group’s sophomore album and Colemine Records debut. The instrumental group is comprised of eleven musicians that form such a powerful force together that this record will blow you away. Some might think that you need to be...

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Monophonics: It’s Only Us [Album Review]
Mar17

Monophonics: It’s Only Us [Album Review]

Monophonics It’s Only Us Colemine Records [2020] We are currently in really strange times so the smooth soul of the Monophonics fifth record, It’s Only Us, brings on a very comforting vibe that just blankets you with its harmonizing background vocals. The West coast band has dubbed their sound “psychedelic soul” and I feel more than previous records their own labeling really sticks. The slick vocal delivery of...

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Porridge Radio: Every Bad [Album Review]
Mar12

Porridge Radio: Every Bad [Album Review]

Porridge RadioEvery BadSecretly Canadian [2020] What started out as a bedroom project from singer Dana Margoiln has quickly evolved into a much bigger indie band sound of what Brighton’s Porridge Radio is today. On the band’s sophomore record, Every Bad, the group delivers everything they have to offer and then some, one intense song at a time. The album is driven from Margolin’s passionate vocals that have very PJ...

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Artists Of The Week: Discover, Support, Share
Mar04

Artists Of The Week: Discover, Support, Share

A little bit a music for different tastes today. A New York group with their California roots sound, great indie cassette rock out of Austin and lastly, a working gritty bar band sound from Jersey! Discover, Support, Share and give these three artists a spin. The GloomiesNew York, New York I know this band is listed as being from New York but Andy Craig formed The Gloomies in a surf town in Southern California. The Gloomies broke onto...

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Eyelids: The Accidental Falls [Album Review]
Feb27

Eyelids: The Accidental Falls [Album Review]

EyelidsThe Accidental FallsJealous Butcher Records [2020] When you can list Guided By Voices, The Decemberists, Stephen Malkmus and Elliott Smith as artists you have played with it should be an automatic for any indie music fan to be following Portland’s Eyelids. Now, when you find out that R.E.M.’s Peter Buck produced and plays on this record it should be a no brainier that the band’s fourth LP, The Accidental...

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