Reviewed – Adeline – Intérimes

Rating - 4/5 Find Adeline on: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Spotify | Website Originally from Paris, neo-soul artist, Adeline, is now one of the most critically acclaimed emerging acts of New York. After her debut release received praise throughout the industry, she has been offered a myriad of sought-after support slots.... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Casa Loma – This is Coping

Rating - 4/5 It’s fairly common for band members to have side-projects, giving them an alternative creative outlet and a chance to showcase their versatility and talents that may otherwise not be appreciated. While Man Overboard bassist and vocalist Nik Bruzzese doesn’t appear to be doing anything out of the ordinary with his indie/emo project,... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Graywave – Growing Garden

Rating - 4/5 Birmingham singer-songwriter “Graywave” is fulfilling the vacancy of the emo inspired shoegaze sound that has fallen flat in recent times. Two-track EP “Growing garden” combines elements of the highest points of new wave shoegaze while making it her own at the same time. These two tracks are a great installment into what... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Underking – “Amongst The Dead”

Rating - 4/5 Modern metal is something that has been branching out and forgetting limitations and labels by the week. “Amongst The Dead” does exactly that. Combining black metal, power metal, hardcore, and thrash for an exhilarating display of aggression. “Amongst The Dead”, if justice is served, will rise above the rest and be showcased... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Alakline Trio – EP

Rating - 4/5 Their tour may be canceled in the wake of Coronavirus, but Alkaline Trio keeps the candle burning with a surprise three-track EP, creatively titled… “E.P” bringing a whole new meaning to the tradition of self-titled, well, EP's. 'Minds like Minefields' is a straight punk jam with high energy playing and a dreamy,... Continue Reading →

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