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Charity Ward Yellow EP Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On August - 27 - 2015 0 Comment
Charity Ward Yellow EP Review

Artist: Charity Ward EP: Yellow Passionately divulging your most confidential thoughts to the world can understandably be an emotionally intimidating prospect for many people, as they fear what others will think of them if they know their most private feelings. But the intriguing R&B singer and guitarist, Charity Ward, is sentimentally proving that uninhibitedly revealing your deepest vulnerabilities can be a truly liberating experience. The musician showcases her truest desires and connections in her captivating upcoming pop and R&B-inspired EP, ‘Yellow,’ which is set to be released on September 18. ‘Yellow’ grippingly begins with the soul-inspired track, ‘Pretty,’ which thrives on the care-free spirit that shines through on the backing  [ Read More ]

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Nashaat Salman Universal Melodies Vol. 1 EP Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On August - 23 - 2015 0 Comment
Nashaat Salman Universal Melodies Vol. 1 EP Review

Artist: Nashaat Salman EP: Universal Melodies Vol. 1 Production: All music composed, arranged and produced by Nashaat Salman; Recorded in Zurich, Switzerland; All tracks mastered by Universal Mastering Studios (UMS) Enthrallingly making people around the world interested in your distinct and unique culture, and naturally making them feel as though they understand your values and experiences, is no easy feat. But captivating their interest, and making them feel as though they can emotionally relate to your society, without any words can be even more challenging. But composer and musical orchestrator Nashaat Salman intriguingly did just that with his recently released EP, ‘Universal Melodies Vol. 1.’ The album thrillingly forgoes using  [ Read More ]

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The Liquorsmiths’ This Book Belongs To EP Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On August - 13 - 2015 0 Comment
The Liquorsmiths' This Book Belongs To EP Review

Artist: The Liquorsmiths EP: This Book Belongs To Production: Recorded at Inhesion Studios in Atlanta and Citizen Recording in San Diego; Produced by Jeremy Grelle and Drew Thams; Mixed by Jeremy Grelle; Mastered by Rodney Mills Passionately and candidly expressing your personal hopes and fears in an enthrallingly powerful communal setting is a task that people often shy away from, as they don’t want the world to know their weaknesses. Captivatingly embracing those perceived vulnerabilities in such a permanent and accessible setting as a record is an even more daunting experience for many people. But the San Diego-based indie folk rock band, The Liquorsmiths, intriguingly embraced that challenge with their  [ Read More ]

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Joykill Collective’s Battle Cry Single Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On August - 2 - 2015 0 Comment
Joykill Collective's Battle Cry Single Review

Artist: Joykill Collective Single: Battle Cry The tormented angst and concerns of every generation are often believed to be influenced by media figures who are feeding their ideas to their fans through their personal corrupt sense of propaganda. But often times those powerful public personalities, notably such dominant artists as musicians, are only showcasing the injustices of everyday life in relatable society through their work. One of the latest bands to be emphasizing those inequalities is the UK’s alt rock band Joykill Collective, who infused their latest single, ‘Battle Cry,’ with their left wing political message. Influenced in part by the music of other popular rock bands as the Foo  [ Read More ]

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Steve Benjamins’ Sightlines EP Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 26 - 2015 0 Comment
Steve Benjamins' Sightlines EP Review

Artist: Steve Benjamins EP: Sightlines Insightfully realizing, and maturely embracing, that life regularly and organically changes with every connection you form is a gripping and entrancing journey that people often take as their relationships guide their views and emotions. That instinctive and natural reflection and understanding on how life’s most important external forces, most notably intimate bonds, is entrancingly chronicled in ‘Sightlines,’ the relatable and entrancing third EP from singer-songwriter, Steve Benjamins. The Toronto-based musician captivatingly chronicles the importance of accepting when to embrace change, as well as the need to be grounded when connections evolve, in his latest downtempo-indie pop album. The EP entrancingly begins with its fascinating title  [ Read More ]

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Jungle Rot has steadily collected fans by the thousands since their 1995 demo release Skin The Living. Since then, they’ve remained a staple in the American death metal community and they just unleashed their 9th album unto the world – Order Shall Prevail,  on June 30th. Recognized for their “knuckle-dragging” behemoth sounding performance, Jungle Rot have consistently churned out some of the most solid, heaviest American metal in the past two decades. Having played alongside some of the best, including tours with Goatwhore, Cattle Decapitation, Deicide, Entombed, and Six Feet Under, Jungle Rot is ready and willing to bring the pain to Mayhem this summer. We had a chance to sit down with Dave Matrise, lead singer and  [ Read More ]

Ajay Mathur 9 to 3 Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 18 - 2015 0 Comment
Ajay Mathur 9 to 3 Album Review

Artist: Ajay Mathur Album: 9 to 3 Passionately revealing candid insight into your true soul can be a daunting task, but humorously and endearingly approaching life’s most complex emotions can help make the process more liberating. India-born singer-songwriter Ajay Mathur has deservingly has received acclaim throughout his career for doing just that, particularly on his recent albums, 2011′s ‘A Matter of Time’ and 2013′s ‘Come See Conquer;’ he has become known for not being afraid to divulge his true feelings on troubled relationships and feelings. The musician, who’s now based in Switzerland, has creatively related to audiences around the world with his latest album, ’9 to 3,’ as it uniquely  [ Read More ]

Matthew Santos Into The Further Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 15 - 2015 0 Comment
Matthew Santos Into The Further Album Review

Artist: Matthew Santos Album: Into The Further Production: Produced and mixed by Matthew Santos; Mix engineer: Greg Magers; Mastered by: Rollin Weary at IV LAB Studios It often takes an act and sense of destiny to make people realize they’re on the verge of an important change in their personal and professional lives. Whether or not they truly accept the idea that predetermined fate can influentially guide their life’s path has always been the subject of debate in faith. But when people are offered an opportunity that can undeniably offer them more diverse experiences, it’s essential to at least consider exploring those options. That enticing chance to completely revitalize your  [ Read More ]

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The Unravelling’s Master Drone Single Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 5 - 2015 0 Comment
The Unravelling’s Master Drone Single Review

Artist: The Unravelling; Vocals/Lyrics-Steve Moore, and Instruments/Music-Gustavo de Beauville Single: Master Drone Production: Gustavo de Beauville The continuously developing visceral emotions that are meant to comfort people during times of self-defined evolutions in society can often times make those who have persistently been certain of their reality instead see their lives begin to gradually unravel. While securing and guaranteeing the safety of society’s future culture is a seemingly powerful motivation to change and dictate people’s actions and sentiments, the diverse and ambitious members of every community often thrive within their own established identity. The commanding Canadian industrial rock band, The Unravelling, is once again powerfully questioning whether people should assuredly  [ Read More ]

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Luca Bash The Single Drops EP Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 27 - 2015 0 Comment
Luca Bash The Single Drops EP Review

Artist: Luca Bash EP: The Single Drops It’s perfectly natural and understandable for people to want to engage in their own personal experiences to truly comprehend life’s most important lessons and emotions. But sometimes they can’t fully appreciate those messages until they hear other peoples’ passionately relatable and meaningful stories from their years of conflict. Italian pop-rock-funk singer-songwriter-guitarist Luca Bash has commandingly represented those struggles and bleak realities of the world in his latest EP, ‘Single Drops.’ Filled with songs that are unafraid of exploring such complex subjects as love and religion, the record proves that the musician has the organic ability and influence to change people’s perspectives and thoughts  [ Read More ]

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Delta Deep’s Self-Titled Debut Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 23 - 2015 0 Comment
Delta Deep's Self-Titled Debut Album Review

Artist: Delta Deep Album: Delta Deep Production: All songs produced by Phil Collen; mixed and mastered by Ronan McHugh; engineered by Russ Fowler, with additional engineering by Phil Collen, Ryan Williams and Rob Elfaizy; recorded at Phil’s Sweat Shop, Robert DeLeo’s Homefry Studio and Stage ONE Recording Studios; mixed at Joe’s Garage Garnering the cultural insight and intelligence to fully appreciate the various forms of pain and suffering that people have long been forced to endure, alongside life’s ultimate joys, can be a harrowing process. But effortlessly being able to acknowledge and contend with the extensive range of emotions that comes from fearlessly immersing yourself in diverse relationships and situations  [ Read More ]

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Grumsling’s A Church, On a Boat, In the Sea EP Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 9 - 2015 0 Comment
Grumsling's A Church, On a Boat, In the Sea EP Review

Artist: Grumsling EP: A Church, On a Boat, In the Sea Production: Recorded at House of Faith Recording in Oakland; Tracked and mixed by “Recording Guy” Bart Thurber; Mastered by Bill Williams Sometimes the most revealing and informative insight into a person’s emotions and motivations can be the exact thing they wish to keep the most secretive and protected in their life. But purposefully shielding that information from the world, in an effort preserve their self-worth and image amongst those they care about the most, can make them even more vulnerable, as they won’t allow anyone to truly see their real personality. That relatable and emotional susceptibleness is captivatingly showcased  [ Read More ]

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Direct Divide’s Own Your Ocean EP Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 7 - 2015 0 Comment
Direct Divide's Own Your Ocean EP Review

Artist: Direct Divide EP: Own Your Ocean Powerfully embracing and overcoming the intense despair that is often the agonizing result of maintaining complex relationships isn’t an easy process for many people. Mustering the internal strength to accept where your connection has led you, and doing whatever it takes to overcome the pain it has caused, can be an even more difficult journey, as it makes you accept whether or not you have truly achieved your goals and dreams. That struggle to remain resilient during even the most challenging times of adversity is rivetingly chronicled in ‘Own Your Ocean,’ the upcoming EP from symphonic rock band Direct Divide, which is set  [ Read More ]

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Gumshen Digibites Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On May - 6 - 2015 0 Comment
Gumshen Digibites Album Review

Title: Digibites Artist: Gumshen Production: DigiPhobe Progressively experimenting with radical concepts, in an effort to grippingly emphasize your enthrallingly relatable thoughts and feelings, can often times be a powerful action, as others can truly embrace and support your dynamic strives to encourage chance in society. That’s certainly the case with indie rock band Gumshen, who successfully and intriguingly transitioned into the compelling genres of EDM and electronica with its new record, ‘Digibites.’ The album, which is now available for purchase on the group’s Bandcamp page, entrancingly combines upbeat vocals and instrumentals with classical and vintage vibes to showcase that no matter what people’s ideals are, they’ll be better able to  [ Read More ]

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The Unravelling’s Revolt Single Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On April - 11 - 2015 0 Comment
The Unravelling's Revolt Single Review

Artist: The Unravelling; Vocals/Lyrics-Steve Moore, and Instruments/Music-Gustavo de Beauville Single: Revolt Production: Gustavo de Beauville Fearlessly embarking on an emotional journey to challenge the restrictive burdens society not only places on people of certain ages, but also labels those responsibilities as the only right way to assimilate into civilization, can be a harrowing experience for anyone, no matter what their personality is like. That difficult question of whether people should undoubtedly follow society’s expectations, or raise concerns over what the proper way to approach relationships and life overall, is intriguingly explored in the new single from industrial rock group, The Unravelling. The upcoming song from the Calgary-based band, which is  [ Read More ]

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