Genres

Human Imitation – Rayne (Single Review)

Coming from Sunderland, England, is three-piece alternative rock band Rayne.  Their latest single release brings us “Human Imitation.“ “Human Imitation” starts off with a moving intro...

June Rochelle is Here to Stay

Soulful, soothing, and sensual: if I had to pick only three words to describe June Rochelle’s latest single “Love Is Here to Stay,” these would definitely...

Sleigh Bells: Bitter Rivals

Sleigh Bells are the definition of noise-pop. Since first blowing a hole in the music-sphere with their debut in 2009 the duo powered through Treats and...

Retreat May Take You Captive

Retreat’s 2013 release Captive has some beautiful guitar work , and seems to be a step in the right direction for the young Québecois band. It...

Tech N9ne Delivers Something Else

“Something Else,” depending on the tone and context of the speaker, can denote something strange. Something exceptional. Something never before seen, and perhaps even all of...

Colossal Culver

American hard rock band Culver delivers a crushing yet beautiful musical monstrosity. Driven by the intensity of gritty guitars, pulsating methodic drum lines, and topped by...

Jazzpospolita

Jazz is among the most colourful styles of music, with a vast culture rich with subgenres that run parallel with such artists continuing knack for innovation....

The Hilltop Hoods

Hailing from Adelaide, South Australia is the very successful trio of emcees Suffa, Pressure, and DJ Debris. Calling themselves The Hilltop Hoods, the artists have already...

Funky & Contagious – SiM

SiM, the musicaltwosome of FigZand Simon Legare-Theoret, has recently released their first EP titled “My Only Feeling”. Despite being composed of only five tracks – it...

The Sound of DeCapitation

Cap’s DeCapitated is a raucous masterpiece featuring hard-hitting tracks and percussively slicing verses. The California hip hop artist wastes no time demonstrating the bombastic sounds of...