Piled Up and Dripping in Boston

Brace yourself for the latest full-length album release from the Boston band Pile: a thrashing work of art titled Dripping. It’s been two years since the band’s last release, Magic Isn’t Real. Raw and explosive, this new album develops from start to finish. It is encouraging to hear a rock band create such a listenable collection of songs. Containing […]

The Band Saskwatch, Not Sasquatch the Forest Monster

It’s not often we come across an album that can fit so many different moods.  Whether it’s time to wake up, stay up all night, recover from an infamous break-up, or just wind down from a stressful Monday, Melbourne’s powerhouse soul sensation, Saskwatch, manages to pull all of it off in their new album, Leave […]

Summer Isn’t Over! (Music from Warmer Climates)

A musician’s ability to incorporate many styles while evolving and developing over time is essential to the musician’s career. The fusion of Cuban and African jazz styles with the world of hip-hop mentally stimulates listeners and transports them to different world. The following are some fusion-jazz beats and hip-hop sounds from the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. DJ Farrapo […]

Voilà! Five New Sounds from France

It’s never easy to find music in a language you don’t necessarily know how to speak or read. American musicians are the main characters in music journalism all around the world, but it’s rare to find articles written in English about international musicians. The language barrier is a problem, but with the help of Google […]

Ten Stories about Animals from mewithoutYou

It’s hard to describe an album written with such poignant and poetic diction, like the records from Aaron Weiss of the American band mewithoutYou. Ten Stories is the band’s first release in three years and also their first to be released independently. It’s a very cohesive album that tells ten separate tales stemming from a train […]