• Kylesa ‘Exhausting Fire’ Review

    It’s been nearly 15 years since Savannah, Georgia based stoner sludge band Kylesa formed. Their self titled release in 2002 introduced them as a force in the stoner metal genre, with groovy riffs, crushingly heavy vocals, and a few remaining ties to the band’s grindcore origins. Over the years,...
  • Dreamcrusher ‘Hackers All Of Them Hackers’ EP Review

    Dreamcrusher (aka Drencrome/Luwayne Glass) is a young and prolific electronic noise artist hailing from Wichita, Kansas but now officially relocated to, and operating out of, Brooklyn, New York. Don’t let the “noise” tag intimidate you (as it reasonably should). “Noise” could mean a lot of things, from experimental rock...
  • Enya ‘Dark Sky Island’ Review

    Ireland’s best selling solo musician, Enya, is back with a new album: Dark Sky Island. Not only is Enya one of Ireland’s greatest treasures, but also one of the best selling artist of all time, with a cool 80 million album sales worldwide over her career spanning nearly 4...
  • Missy Elliott Releases First Music Video in Seven Years

    And it is GLORIOUS. If there’s a burgeoning line of thought over the last few weeks of music releases, it’s that good things come to those who wait. Adele released the music video to her new single ‘Hello’ from her upcoming album 25 (to be released globally on Nov...
  • fk mt. ‘Fertilizer’ Review

    fk mt. (pronounced Fuck Mountain) are a sardonically-poppy grunge 3-piece from Columbia, South Carolina. The trio has been trading in catchy, fuzzed-out punk riffs for a couple years now, following the 2013 break-up of guitarist/vocalist Ryan Morris’ former band, Interpreter, a high brow post-metal band for whom Morris played...
  • Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors Fund Announces 5th Annual “Home for the Holidays” Benefit Concert Line-Up

    December 5th at New York’s Beacon Theatre November 2, 2015 – Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors Fund (www.truecolorsfund.org) today announced the lineup for its 5th annual “Cyndi Lauper & Friends: Home for the Holidays” benefit concert on Saturday, December 5th at New York City’s historic Beacon Theatre to raise awareness...
  • Disclosure ‘Caracal’ Review

    Disclosure’s Settle is an incredible album. It’s one of those rare efforts that has me hooked song after song; it flows seamlessly, I’m loathe to skip anything. Settle is the UK based brother duo really harnessing their sound and executing it to its full potential. Needless to say, I...
  • Editor’s Pick: Twitching Tongues ‘Disharmony’

    When I first heard of the band Twitching Tongues, I was 21 years old, living with five other weirdo punks and metalheads in a four-bedroom house with busted AC just outside the capital city of South Carolina. Among my many roommates was a wayward piercing-apprentice from Iowa, and with...
  • Jamee Cornelia ‘Toys In The Attic’ Review

    A few months ago, I was able to have a few words with Jamee Cornelia, a promising young MC and producer from Marietta, Georgia. Getting her start as a member of the Visibly Inflight hip hop collective, Jamee has flourished as a solo-artist and a member of other musical...