Allah Las – Worship the Sun
Sep18

Allah Las – Worship the Sun

Allah Las – Worship the Sun By Gia Vescovi-Chiordi Finally, finally. Another cog has fallen into the psyche music machine that’s been sweeping through the end of summer, and it’s surf soaked revivalist rockers Allah-Las [link]  this time that have me excited. The follow-up to their splendidly sixties drenched 2012 self titled debut is dubbed Worship the Sun, out 9/16 via Innovative Leisure. I love a good jaunt back...

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The Lumineers
Sep17

The Lumineers

The Lumineers By Lane Levesque The debut of this self-titled album has soared to the top of the charts with seemingly overnight success. The trio, The Lumieneers,  originating from Denver, Colorado has become yet another hit band within the folk-rock genre following closely to Mumford and Sons’ footsteps. With their own unique spin, they’ve managed to blow us all away with their meaningful lyrics, fantastic finger picking, and...

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Sarah Donner – This is a Pegasus
Sep15

Sarah Donner – This is a Pegasus

Sarah Donner – This is a Pegasus By Kat DaVille If Marianne Faithful and Bob Dylan had a daughter, she would be Sarah Donner [link]. In her 6th studio release, This is a Pegasus appears to promote itself as a reflection piece, bearing its soul on thoughts on the past while using subjective observations on poignant life moments. Her song writing is playful, while at times direct and perhaps even too straightforward. The play on...

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IMILIA
Sep11

IMILIA

IMILIA By Melvin Benson  For those born in the 90’s, bands like Linkin Park and Limp Bizkit really defined our early lives in High School (or so we thought.) Imilia is a Miami native band which really grabs ahold of LP’s and LB’s sound, scripting it a little differently to bring something fresh to a genre that seems all but forgotten. Johnytiger and Charlie comprise the members of Imilia, constructing the harsh meld of electronic and...

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Into The Wide – Delta Spirit
Sep10

Into The Wide – Delta Spirit

Into The Wide – Delta Spirit By Gia Vescovi-Chiordi Delta Spirit [link] has always been a ‘goose-bump’ band. They effortlessly channel an overarching, sweeping pictorial of Americana with unabashedly straightforward yet sensitive lyrics and an expansive indie intuition. It may seem a little hot-blooded at times, but the band’s bread and butter has always been zealous passion layered over exuberant sound. The...

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