SONG REVIEW:
I Prevail

Scars
July 2016

‘Scars”, the latest single from I Prevail was released on Friday, July 1st and was well worth the wait. The guys, Brian Burkheiser,Eric Vanlerberghe, Steve Menoian and Lee Runestad have been teasing about the new material for months. Through all forms of social media,they have shown clips of them singing, writing songs, recording and being the goofy group we have […]

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Soul Asylum
Royale
Boston, MA
June 25, 2016

Soul Asylum I’m a 90’s kid, even though I am suppose to be a 80’s kid.  The idea of dirty blonde hair, Converse sneakers and flannel over-shirts brighten my day! When the chance to see Soul Asylum arose, I jumped at the opportunity. We know them best for their smash hit, “Runaway Train”.  It reached number 5 on Billboard top […]

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SONG REVIEW:
RATIONALE

PALMS
June, 2016

  If you don’t know his name already, you are about to learn it, and remember it.  RATIONALE is all the best parts of a new artist, with a little John Legend mixed into one. His voice is deep and soulful, his music is catchy, with some R&B roots. His lyrics are heartfelt and meaningful. His sound is new and […]

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ALBUM REVIEW
Binary Code

Moonsblood
May 2016

Binary Code is your basic Progressive Metal band. They have the normal electric guitar riffs, aggressive vocals and some mainstream rock touches, but then they soar above above the normal and hit you with some truly different songs and sounds. The band was formed in Bergen County, New Jersey, by Jesse Zuretti. In 2009 they released Suspension of Disbelief, and […]

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SONG REVIEW
War Games

The Thong Song
May 2016

War Games recently brought back all my high school memories. They remade “The Thong Song”. It was originally released in 1999 by Sisqo. It got him 4 grammy nominations, and even hit number 1 on billboards hot R&B single. War Games is usually known for their uplifting and inspirational songs. They really stepped out of their comfort zone for this […]

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ALBUM REVIEW:
Barkhouse

Neverdays
May 2016

Barkhouse was a one night event that has flourished into one of Brooklyn’s finest groups. The trios’ latest release is short, but sweet. By sweet, I of course mean, non-stop head bobbin, toe tapping, bass slapping, rock n’ roll goodness. Will de Zengotit, Jay Mort and Olmo Tighe released “Neverdays”, as a follow up to “Wolves At The Wall”. It […]

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ALBUM REVIEW:
VÉRITÉ

Living
May 2016

VÉRITÉ (Kelsey Burns) just released her latest EP on May 6th called Living, and it’s phenomenal. She has been performing since elementary school, and writing songs since she was 16 years old. Since graduating college she has been able to focus all her attention to this project, and it shows. There are only 5 songs on the EP and they […]

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Parachute
Royale Boston
Boston, MA
April 1, 2016

Parachute recently released their album Wide Awake, and this tour, appropriately named ‘The wide awake tour’, is in support of it. Opening for Parachute were Brynn Elliot and Jon McLaughlin. Brynn Elliot Brynn Elliot is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, and is currently attending Harvard University as a philosophy major. Her friends from school definitely came out to support her, […]

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