Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Do You Want To Mower? Artist Review [Rock Music]

If you are a fan of alternative rock music and bands such as ‘Queens of the Stone Age’ and ‘the White Stripes’, then we highly recommend that you take a moment and check out Mower. Mower is a fresh new alternative rock band coming out of Germany. Their music is classified as “Alternative Stoner Rock”. They currently have two tracks out, “Red Liz” and “There She Goes”. Each track possesses rock vibes which bring to mind the work of Chris Cornell (Audioslave).

Monday, January 25, 2016

SOUNDSTREAM - Maximum Drive [Album Review]

The latest artists to come our way, an Ukrainian electronic music group that goes by the name SOUNDSTREAM. The latest album release by this group is a 2015 release called Maximum Drive. The album is 16 epic tracks of pure techno goodness. The elements which make up this album are very reminiscent of the electronic music of the late 90s - early 2000s. Each track on this album is a high energy dance experience made for the club scene. Each song is a unique masterpiece and at times I feel there is some psytrance influences lurking in there.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Shining Force [Artist Review]

When it comes to heavy metal, it’s difficult not to envision incomprehensible, devilish sounding lyrics and something out of a Rob Zombie film, but the latest band to come our way is a group who calls themselves “Shining Force”, and they are not your typical metal band. Shining Force is no stranger to the Christian metal scene. The come straight our of Pasadena, Texas. Now “Christian Metal” is not a genre I regularly listen to but I have to give credit where credit is due. These guys were able to grab and hold my attention with well crafted riffs and solos in every song, reminding me of artists such as God Forbid, Judas Priest, and Devil Driver. Randy Dickey’s vocals sound much like that of Bruce Dickinson (vocalist of Iron Maiden). These guys need no introduction but lets talk a little about how Shining Force came to be.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Johnny Jabbour "BAMF" [Album Review]

Rocks come crashing down on your heads and then are levitated as by magic. This is what it is like to experience Johnny Jabbour's music. The man can rocket to the moon or float on the ocean on a calm day.  All of his music is clever and smart with layers of sound and rhythm that lead you down a path owned by Johnny.

Johnny's music is powerful and commands your full attention. The attention given to his emotions in his song "Where U Go" puts the listener on the defensive. You find your self rooting for the singer as he is losing the one he loves. In " I'm going to miss you" he declares. " Always sing my song" "It is a part of me, take it".  The listener understand that if she takes his song she will always be with him. The music is soft with a rock edge.

Sunday, January 10, 2016

David Serero - All My Love Is for You [Album Review]

Broadway Performer, Singer-Songwriter, and Producer, David Serero has just released his latest album and we had the opportunity to check it out for you. This album, titled “All My Love Is For You”, is a solid ten tracks, entirely self composed by David Serero himself. Each song is 100% written, performed and produced by this multi-talented artist. The album contains a mixture of pop music and jazzy instrumentals with the vocals of a Broadway show. As the title of the album may lead on, each song is about David’s immense love for someone special.

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Janna Pelle: Creativity with Every Key

Janna Pelle may have out done herself with her latest album, “Key Change”, a concept album taking all who listen on a trip though the evolution and history of the piano from harpsichord to synthesizer. Janna is a classically trained pianist and incredible DIY pop music singer/performer straight out of Brooklyn, New York. Her beautiful voice and incredible on-stage theatrics might just make her Brooklyn’s next big thing. Combining elements of rock, soul, and dance into her live performances, Janna has the potential to make some real big waves in alternative-pop scene, comparable to that of her influences, Fiona Apple and Lady Gaga.

Sunday, January 3, 2016

Voices of Terror - Once Upon A Nightmare... [Album Review]


This week we got a chance to listen to and review the latest album by Alternative Rap duo ‘The Voices of Terror’. The album, which is properly titled “Once Upon A Nightmare”, is nothing short of pure originality and genius combined with a very eerie undertone that may give you goosebumps while listening. These hardcore beats heard though out this album are not for the faint of heart. If you have been looking for something that stands out from the crowd and really makes noise, this album is for you! Each track of the album is uniquely composed with instrumentals that include elements of HipHop, Rock, Metal, and Dubstep. The Voices of Terror meet each track with a high level of intensity comparable to that of Linkin Park or Hed PE.

Saturday, January 2, 2016

A&L - Hot Mess Ft Anthony Casuccio and Lana Marie [Music Video]

A&L is a fresh new act from Buffalo New York, created by two long time industry professionals/Musicians, Anthony Casuccio and Lana Marie. Anthony Casuccio is a Grammy award nominated producer who has been featured in major music publications and his work has topped music charts. Lana is an award winning vocalist and long time force on the WNY music scene. She has also been a voice to many jingles on radio and television. Together they form a tenacious team influenced by iconic artists such as Pat Benatar, Janis Joplin, Oasis and The Beatles. Their style is rock and roll with a bit of a country vibe.