Tribulation by Open Addiction

Let's be honest, I didn't think this was possible. To hear an artist sing about their private life and feelings makes you as a listener feel more connected and realize that we all struggle with similar problems. This artist found a way to create a living representation of music being transformed into a visual coping … Continue reading Tribulation by Open Addiction

In Lieu by Tao of Lucy

Close your eyes and imagine walking through an empty field in the middle of no man's land. You gaze up in the night sky to discover an obscure colored light beaming down and surrounding your body. While looking down, you find yourself standing inside an elaborately made crop circle design. Panic begins to creep into … Continue reading In Lieu by Tao of Lucy

“New Old Stock” EP: Pat Ryan Key

This will be my fourth EP review and I couldn't be more happier! I appreciate Pat Ryan Key for allowing me the opportunity to talk about their EP titled New Old Stock. Per usual with any of my music reviews, I will be reviewing each song one at a time. This commentary is based on … Continue reading “New Old Stock” EP: Pat Ryan Key

EP “Sick Love”: Endfall

Here we are at #3! I appreciate Endfall giving me the opportunity to talk about their EP titled "Sick Love". Per usual with any of my music reviews, I will be reviewing each song one at a time. This commentary is based on how the music made me feel, think, the vibes the song gave … Continue reading EP “Sick Love”: Endfall

“Self Titled” EP: Simeon Basil

This will be my 2nd CD review to date. I am glad Simeon Basil allowed me to discuss and go in depth with his "Self Titled" EP. Per usual with any of my music reviews, I will be reviewing each song one at a time. This commentary is based on how the music made me … Continue reading “Self Titled” EP: Simeon Basil

Rachel B Table for Three

To see Rachel B Table for Three put on a show is as if being transported to a 1920s speakeasy, but the aesthetic of the band is Grease merged with country rock. This musical couple is only two of the five members of this ensemble, but their rockabilly American roots style music has the ability … Continue reading Rachel B Table for Three

EP “Reach Out”: Jeremiah Griffin

This will be my first time doing a review of a newly released CD, but I am glad Jeremiah Griffin allowed me to do a review of his EP "Reach Out." Since all the songs are all different styles and tones, I will be reviewing one song at a time. This review is based on … Continue reading EP “Reach Out”: Jeremiah Griffin