Tags » Music Review

The Deadweather – Dodge and Burn Album Review

Hello again, fellow humans! I’m very excited about today’s post because it’s my first album review! Today I am reviewing Dodge and Burn by The Dead Weather, so here goes nothing! 31 more words

Album Review: Jenny Lysander 'Northern Folk'

Only few would disagree with the absolute satisfaction the discovery of a deliciously folky singer can bring. Every velvety, warming syllable wraps around the soul like an angelic hug. 393 more words


Album Review: Rag Foundation 'The Sparrow and the Thief'

With fourth album The Sparrow and the Thief, five-strong Welsh band Rag Foundation have delivered an invigorating breath of fresh folk air that keeps you on your toes with its capacity to stir emotions and hold them in balance. 286 more words


The Enemy - album review

After the total success of their debut album with tunes like Away From Here and You’re Not Alone, The Enemy seemed to flop. Their inevitable fourth album  556 more words


Classic Music Review: Rubber Soul by The Beatles (new Altrockchick review)

Readers: Having bugged the crap out of her for months, the woman known as the Altrockchick has agreed to publication of a book containing the reviews that appeared on altrockchick.com (you can still read them by requesting private access to her site). 5,270 more words

Book & Music Reviews

Album Review: Every Open Eye

I’ve been a big fan of Chvrches for a while, mostly because they make the kind of music I wish I could. Something about hearing lead singer Lauren Mayberry’s pure, almost childlike voice singing simple, honest lyrics over a powerful, driving electronic beat is really refreshing. 415 more words


TesseracT - "Polaris"

I was prepared to review the new TesseracT album, “Polaris” when it was released a few weeks ago. Since I have had a lot of albums in my review queue, I figured this could wait and I could give it more time to sink in. 352 more words

Progressive Metal