Posts Tagged ‘cd review’

Comments Off on A.M. Session – Conversations at Midnight Album Review

A.M. Session – Conversations at Midnight 2010 1. Evidence 2. Villain 3. Katie 4. The Morning Comes 5. 16th Broken Road 6. Burning The Hours 7. Brighter Than 8. 68 Some folksy-bluesy-Country-Rockin’ upbeat mellow for you… If that makes sense. Its solid musicians making a solid, well written, and recorded well (Eggplant Studios) album. A […]

Comments Off on Magnuson – Crash of Cassini Album Review

Magnuson – Crash of Cassini 2011 1. Dark Reality 2. Real Control 3. Blame 4. Dying To See 5. Somewhere 6. Stars Collide 7. Let Me Go 8. The Scout 9. Never Know 10. Forever Saturday 11. Fear & Deception 12. Vibration Girl 13. Here & Now 14. Strange Lights Finally, music weird people can […]

Comments Off on The Kettle Drivers – What A Thrill Album Review

The Kettle Drivers – What A Thrill Swindletone Recording Company Right off the bat I think I stumbled into a 50’s diner or a Quintin Tarantino flick. This band harvests the surf rock n roll from yesteryear and delivers it in a smooth groovy, often bluesy 12 song package. Its vocal-less mood music that would […]

Four legends of Las Vegas punk rock come together to form Naked City Romeos. Led by one of the originals of the Vegas punk rock scene, Eric Hill (ex Bad Habits, The Swell, M.I.A.) the album flows from start to finish with polish and class. Cory Naff (ex F8) normally a guitarist, adds the perfect […]