Trans-Siberian Orchestra // Cleveland, OH // 12.27.2019

Trans-Siberian Orchestra Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse Cleveland, OH December 27th, 2019   Trans-Siberian Orchestra stopped at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland on Friday for two almost sold-out performances. Two teams

Andrew McMahon – Ivory Layne // KcKees Rocks, PA // 12.10.2019

Andrew McMahon with Ivory Layne The Roxian McKees Rocks, PA December 10th, 2019 Andrew McMahon brought his highly anticipated "Winter In The Wilderness" solo acoustic tour to the completely sold

Chevelle – Convey – The Band Royale // Columbus, OH // 12.07.2019

Chevelle with Convey & The Band Royale Express LIVE Columbus, OH December 7th, 2019 On Saturday, local radio station 99.7 The Blitz put on their annual Blitzmas celebration and the

ALBUM REVIEW: “The Night God Slept REDUX” by Silent Planet brings old songs back in a new light

The first song that I ever heard by Silent Planet was “Native Blood”. I remember how it captivated me; the lyrical tapestry that vocalist Garrett Russell wove in between pounding segments of metalcore and passages of atmospheric progressive metal. Noting how Silent Planet has somewhat kickstarted an entire subgenre of Continue Reading

Michelle Kash discusses her new single, discovering her voice, her love of animals and what’s next

LA-based indie pop artist Michelle Kash never had intentions of becoming a musician.  Born and raised in New York, she grew up playing a bit of piano and guitar.  It wasn’t until a meditation/spirituality retreat in Utah in 2013 that her voice came to her in a sound and tone Continue Reading

Mac Miller’s posthumously released album, “Circles”, is a reminder of his absence and a celebration of his life.

Mac Miller’s posthumous release, Circles, is bittersweet. I had not realized that at the time of his passing, he was also working on music and enough so that it could be pulled together into a full album. So, I did not think “Circles” would ever really be something. When his family Continue Reading

Beartooth- Motionless In White- Stick To Your Guns // Denver, CO // January 13th, 2020

Beartooth with Motionless In White, Stick To Your Guns, and Nothing Left Summit Denver, Colorado January 13th, 2020   A sunless sky hung over the Summit Music Hall in downtown Denver as the masses gathered not for warmth—but to queue up for entrance into the venue. Hosting some of the Continue Reading

Lane 8’s third studio album, “Brightest Lights”, is filled with deep house soul

Just ten days into the beginning of 2020, Lane 8 kicked off the new year with his release, Brightest Lights. This is the third studio album for the American DJ, following Little by Little in 2018 and Rise in 2015. Daniel Goldstein, aka Lane 8, started out with Anjunadeep, an English deep house Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Anti-Flag Battles Trump and Establishment With 20/20 Vision

Punk music has always been a safe space for all kinds of anger, including that of fascists and white supremacists. When the Dead Kennedys said “Nazi Punks, Fuck Off!” in 1981, it didn’t come out of nowhere. Fascism and punk should be polar opposites, but the fascists in all their Continue Reading

Hello Forever to release new album in February

Hello Forever’s debut album, Whatever It Is (out February 21st), combines a wide range of influences from doo-wop and jazz to skiffle and R&B while elaborate arrangements juxtapose concise songs across this laptop-age “pocket symphony.”  The art pop collective’s signature harmonies and jovial, 60s influenced sound has been honed on Continue Reading

Rändi Fay releases latest single “Intuition” from upcoming album

True to her words, Rändi Fay does dream beyond what others dare, beginning her professional music career at an age where many begin to make plans for retirement.  After a hand injury forced her to leave veterinary medicine in 2001, she spent several years in non-profit work, but Rändi’s active Continue Reading

jackLNDN releases the Frameworks remix of his track “Unknown”

Singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist jackLNDN stands apart for having a vocally driven sound.  I addition to experience in songwriting, he also explores the cinematic and textural landscapes of using the voice as an instrument.  The soulful flares in his music reflect a childhood filled with regular trips to some of Continue Reading

Magdalena Bay announce upcoming ‘A Little Rhythm and A Wicked Feeling’ EP and new single “How To Get Physical”

 Rising indie-pop savants Magdalena Bay have announced the upcoming release of A Little Rhythm and a Wicked Feeling, their new EP out March 13 via Luminelle Recordings, alongside their brand-new single “How to Get Physical.” The infectious track wrestles with that awkward feeling of not being comfortable enough in your Continue Reading