Hell or High Water: Reviewing Skid Row’s The Gangs All Here

One thing you can say for sure is this sounds like a Skid Row album through and through. None of the flavors has been lost with a new vocalist.

Still Livin’ This Dream and it Ain’t Over Yet: Reviewing Sammy Hagar and The Circle’s Crazy Times

What do you see yourself doing at 75? If you are anything like Sammy Hagar, releasing a great rock album may be in your future.

I Guess Sometimes We All Get What We Want in the End: Reviewing Taylor Swift’s Midnights

Swifties rejoice! Taylor Swift is back with new music. After two excellent albums, folklore and Evermore, which were artfully crafted while working with Aaron Dessner of The National, Swift returns with another solid collection of pop music with an indie twist.

Midday Sons Strike a Chord with “My Love Will Always Find You”

It can’t be easy operating as a one-man band, but don’t tell Midday Sons’ Dan Dillon that.

Alternative Phenomenon: A Spiritual Awakening Via Music

At one point or another, we’ve all been in a position of difficulty. Oftentimes, in these moments, this is when we as human beings take a moment to breathe, recenter, and reflect.

Megadeth Makes Like it’s 1985 with The Sick, The Dying… And The Dead!

For those who continue to count Megadeth as down and out… think again.

Silversun Pickups Waves the Indie Flag with “Physical Thrills”

Physical Thrills is an album that displays Silversun Pickups’ traditional musical tropes and trademarks that have already been established but delivered in a mature style that further refines their sound.

Long Distance Calling Erases Modern-Day Prog-Rock Misconceptions

Follow Long Distance Calling’s vibrations and give their latest album Eraser a try. You won’t regret it.

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