Anthony Leclair

Matt Chanway

There is one man at the forefront of Canadian progressive metal, and his name is Matt Chanway. Hailing from the West coast city of Vancouver, Chanway  has married thrash, and...


Seneko – Debut EP

Originally dropped in the Fall of 2016, the alias of one Stan Olshefski is Seneko, and is conveniently the title of his debut EP. Now to be fair, Olshefski has been dropping...


Michael Van and The Movers – A Little More Country

So, first…wow…I’m not typically a country fan by any means, but the American, bluegrass, down-home country vibe of Michael Van and The Movers is wonderfully tight in a very loose-country-jam...


Gentoo – Structures

Perhaps it might be considered a bit unfair of me to review this album, given that I have little to no experience with ambient, and electronic music like that of Gentoo,...


Steve Hussey & Jack Eddy – The Miller Girl

Steve Hussey and Jack Eddy have got a great sense of bluegrass-country-folk music; it’s just that right time, that right mood, and that right feel for a jam. Each and...


Thorin Loeks – Thirsty Hearts

  Wow! Thorin Loeks, come from the Yukon, knows just how to create Thirsty Hearts for his incredible music; touching Bare Bones, so deep is his musical influence on the body, mind and...


The Asheville Symphony Sessions

Out of Western North Carolina, the Asheville Symphony Orchestra brings to bare their top local talent in a melange of magical music from folk to R&B; from bluegrass to jazz,...


The ‘Littlest You’ Project Living Large!

After years of hard work, hardship, and heartbreak, singer, songwriter, and musical entrepreneur Scott Reid,  is shaking up the music scene in Canada and around the world with the launch of...


Danophone – Rerun

Emotional outlet for academic, science journalist Carsten Nielsen, Danophone is a mellow, and often morose group from Denmark comprised of Nielsen, Bertil Bille, and Tino Pederson. Releasing their first album...


April Martin – In the Blink of A Life

April Martin, PhD, Was a successful clinical psychologist in New York City. accustomed to making up songs in her head, and humming all about the place, one might wonder if...


Christina Rubino – Godspeed & Guns

New York based, indie folk-rocker, Christina Rubino has just released a powerful single about the deep, dark depravities of our shadow selves, and the torment and abuse from which these...


Matt Townsend – The Drifter and the Dream (Part 1)

North Carolinian folk artist, Matt Townsend, having previously released an EP and LP, and been featured on a compilation album with the Asheville Symphony Orchestra, is working on a new...


no:carrier – Broken Rainbow

  It’s been too long since last I listened to Portishead and Depeche Mode, but my goodness, I don’t need to go back through all of their music when I...


Galen James – Big Blue Mixtape

Galen James…wow. James, a multi-genre dynamo, has released his ‘Big Blue Mixtape’, full of hits from his incredible music career, recorded by one Doug Messenger, guitarist for Van Morrison (which...


Death Cookie Soup Press Anniversary Party

For over a year now, Death Cookie Soup Press has been “weirding out Toronto” with their clandestine, subversions through art, music, poetry and literature: pulling from out of the underground,...


Eric Frisch – The Light Ahead

Toronto-born, New York-based pop-rock artist, Eric Frisch has just written, recorded, produced, and released his second full-length album. A set of music videos has been recently put out on You...


Max Fite – Shake It On Down

Hailing from L.A. and just coming out of The Rattle Room Studios in Burbank, California, to drop their debut EP ‘Shake It On Down‘, Max Fite have hit the ground...


Phil Gammage – Used Man For Sale

Back from his Euro tour, Americana-blues man, Phil Gammage has wasted no time in putting out a new album. His eighth now, ‘Used Man For Sale‘, has just dropped, and...


The OMUMO Records Sampler

From America’s capital, emerges fairly new record company OMUMO, and starting in on their third year they have released a label compilation featuring seven of their diverse artists. Founder and...


The Human Darts – Explicit Thoughts

I’ve heard this Tampa rock group, re-imagined from the tail end of the 70′s, likened to Green Day, and Sum 41…I most certainly disagree. One of the first vibes I...