Washington-based psychedelic prog-rock band What Strange Beasts releases their album, Starlight’s Castaways, a lengthy body of music encompassing 26…
Replete with unexpectedly superb vocal harmonies, as well as pungent pop-punk oomph, Get Out’s ‘The Violation of Terms and Conditions’ is splendid.
Completely alluring and vibrant, with “Fading Moon,” Alma Mater delivers tantalizing, gorgeously wrought music.
“Tiger Girl,” the new track from Montreal singer-songwriter TEROUZ, drips with voluptuous sonic leitmotifs, as well as sashaying gloss,…
Newport Electric swings for the stars with album number three. Comprised of nine original tracks and a Beatles cover, ‘Discord And Harmony’ delivers a proficient collection of songs.
‘Dead Reckoning’ sees Kate Fenner employing her superb voice like a sculptor’s tool, shaping beguiling tones into haunting art.
At once brooding and portentous, Auto Chlor’s ‘Crystal Math’ doesn’t appeal to everyone yet conveys entirely new sonic vistas for speculation.
Decorated by the crème de la crème voice of Teni Rane, “Tennessee Snow” conveys sumptuous leitmotifs and poignant authenticity.
Shot through with myriad suffusions of diaphanous surfaces capped by the cashmere voice of Scott Goldbaum, ‘Protector’ is grandly wrought.
Shaded by luscious, soulful savours tinted with sweet, syrupy aromas, Brenda Carsey’s “Man of Mine” articulates the devotion of true love.
Pervaded by a subtle sadness, Matthew Squires & the Learning Disorders’ EP ‘The Electric River’ conveys the essential human condition of needing to find and the complementary need to be found.
Because of its compelling groove and Elijah Croft’s swanky vocals, Foxtide’s “Already Gone” projects an addictive frisson.
Characterized by scrummy suffusions of lustrous electro-pop and the crème de la crème voice of Sarah Shafey, ‘Blackbox Universe’ is a gem of an album.